The sister of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects has lost her bid get her Manhattan harassment case tossed, a judge said Thursday.
After winter storm Juno hit New England on Tuesday, Bostonians got out their skis and shovels to tackle the mess. Once particular image circulated on Twitter, of a man hard at work clearing snow from the Boston Marathon finish line. Continue reading ? The post Why a bartender cleared snow from Boston Marathon’s finish line appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The Boston Marathon has always been a beloved Boston institution. However, following the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013, it became much more than an institution. The Boston Marathon became a symbol of the city’s resilience, and the Boston Marathon finish line became a place of pilgrimage. People now gather there to remember the lives that were […]
It’s a really neat story of how the Boston Marathon, and “Boston Strong,” is alive and well even in a blizzard in Boston, MA.
The great blizzard mystery of 2015 has been solved. A photograph taken of a mystery person shoveling the Boston Marathon finish line during the blizzard sparked interest all over the Internet, and now the shoveler’s identity has been revealed. Show More Summary
A mystery man who shoveled the Boston Marathon finish line during the blizzard, becoming a symbol of the city’s spirit, was identified Wednesday as a bartender working down the street from the area where two pressure-cooker bombs shattered a spring day almost two years ago, killing...
While most New Englanders try their best to avoid the biting cold of Winter, one citizen braved Tuesday's Nor'easter blizzard to shovel the Boston Marathon finish line. Much to the shock of Philip Hillman (who noticed the man shoveling...Show More Summary
Post by Linda Sharps. Boston police have launched a social media campaign designed to help them find someone — but in this case, it’s not a criminal they’re looking for. #WhoShoveledTheFinishLine is their hashtag for asking the public...Show More Summary
An unidentified man went out into the freezing streets and shoveled feet of snow away off of the sacred Boston Marathon Finish Line, resulting in some pretty cool pictures. More » The post Mystery Man Shovels Snow Off the Boston Marathon Finish Line appeared first on EveryJoe.
Two men appear to have kept the finish line clear during blizzard
Philip L. Hillman captured a rather striking photo of a freshly shoveled Boston Marathon finish line shot during Winter Storm Juno, which battered the New England city with more than two feet of snow, its sixth heaviest snowstorm on record. Show More Summary
Boston was hammered with 23.3 inches of snow during the Blizzard of 2015, the sixth-biggest snowstorm in that city’s history. Naturally, it’ll take some time for all the roads there to be completely cleared of snow, but there’s at least one patch that’s in good shape: The Boston Marathon finish line on Boylston Street. Love […]
As the blizzard of 2015 battered on Boston on Tuesday, dumping an estimated two feet of snow on the city's streets, someone was seen shoveling snow off the Boston Marathon's finish line in the freezing temperatures. Philip Hillman, who...Show More Summary
Boston got nearly two feet of snow during Tuesday’s monster blizzard — but not an inch remains on the Boston Marathon finish line.
Jury selection for the trial of the accused Boston Marathon bomber will be postponed until Thursday due to the blizzard pounding the city, court officials said on Tuesday. A massive winter storm has dropped more than 14 inches (36 centimeters)...Show More Summary
As jury selection in the alleged Boston Marathon bomber’s trial entered its final stages last week, defense attorneys filed a third motion to move the trial to a new location. Lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev argued that various factors, including “unrelenting” media coverage, had helped create bias among potential jurors in Boston. Show More Summary
Two high-profile criminal trials in Massachusetts, that of the accused Boston Marathon bomber and a former New England Patriots player charged with murdering an associate, will be delayed by an impending winter storm, judges said on Monday. Show More Summary
One prospective juror was brutally frank when asked whether he could consider a sentence of life in prison for the man accused of bombing the Boston Marathon.
The prospective trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev for his participation in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing has descended into farce. Jury selection has stalled almost completely and, on Thursday, Tsarnaev's lawyers made another pitch to move the trial out...
A federal court in Boston announced Thursday that it is no longer “realistic” to begin the marathon bombing trial on Monday, an acknowledgment of the difficulty in finding an impartial jury after a week of questioning prospective jurors.