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Boston Marathon 2013

Wellness

Running from L.A. to Boston for the One Fund

Perhaps the only silver lining of the tragic Boston Marathon attacks was the outpouring of support our city received in the days and weeks following. […]

City Life

Thousands Expected at Last Mile Run to the Marathon Finish Line

Organizers of a Memorial Day weekend run along Boylston Street, put together to honor the victims of the marathon blast, and let runners finish what […]

City Life

The FBI Is Investigating a Former Chechen Rebel

Musa Khadzhimuratov of New Hampshire hosted Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his wife, with whom he had a “passing social acquaintance” at his home a few weeks […]

City Life

Runners Will Get a Chance to Finish the Boston Marathon in 2014

The Boston Athletic Association is offering the more than 5,000 runners who were unable to cross the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April […]

City Life

Sisters Of Bombing Victims Walk Marathon Route on One-Month Anniversary of Attack

Friends and family of two brothers that each lost one of their legs in the Boston Marathon bombings walked from the starting line in Hopkinton […]

City Life

Big Papi’s Uncensored Words Now For Sale! (But Censored)

Big Papi’s colorful declaration that “This is our fucking city,” at a pregame ceremony after the Boston Marathon bombing has inspired merchandise that shares Ortiz’s […]

City Life

Boston Police: Report About Marathon Threats Was ‘Annual Internal Warning’

Boston Police clarified Thursday that a threat assessment report outlining potential hazardous situations or attacks at the Boston Marathon—and pointing out places or vulnerable locations […]

City Life

Martin Richard’s Sister Has Had 11 Surgeries

The Richard family issued an encouraging but emotional statement on the status of their recoveries from various injuries sustained in the Boston Marathon bombing that killed their […]

City Life

Why Didn’t Federal Officials Tell Boston Police About Tamerlan Tsarnaev?

During a congressional hearing in Washington, D.C., to discuss how the Boston Marathon bombing situation was handled, and what could have been done to prevent […]

Wellness

State Launches Marathon Resources Guide

In the wake of the bombings at the Boston Marathon, the Massachusetts Department of Health and Human Services recently launched a new webpage called the Health and Human Services […]

City Life

The Beginning of a ‘Boston Strong’ Branding Backlash

As the Boston Marathon attacks recede into the past, people seem to be growing a bit braver about expressing their concern with the way the […]

City Life

People From Connecticut, Colorado Offer to Bury Tamerlan Tsarnaev

UPDATE: According to Worcester Police, after nearly a week in a local funeral home, the body of accused Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev has been […]

City Life

Cambridge Official: Don’t Ask to Bury Bombing Suspect In Our City

After several attempts, the director of a Worcester funeral home is running out of options to find a place to bury the remains of Boston […]

City Life

Organizing a Protest? Twitter’s Not the (Only) Answer

When Teamsters Local 25 mobilized against the Westboro Baptist Church last month, the group used Twitter and Facebook to summon help from their members and […]

City Life

People Lash Out at Funeral Home For Taking In Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s Body

After news spread that the body of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was being claimed by family members and moved from state custody, a […]