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Carmen Acabbo raced in honor of her sister Celeste Corcoran, who lost both legs below the knee in the attack, and her niece
BOSTON — When a close friend spent his money from the charity for Boston Marathon bombing survivors on a new house, J.P. Norden
wounded city a mere two months after the Boston Marathon bombings and drama that ensued. For many of the 260 wounded, however, the drama continues.
Feinberg’s upbeat sentiment comes at a critical time. Some of the victims, though, are optimistic that the money from the
Double amputees and families of victims killed during the Boston Marathon attacks will get the most money from the One Fund
To donate, visit and watch the video, above. One Boston from Prospect Productions on Vimeo. "We are one
In just 24 hours, a fund set up for the victims most affected by the Boston Marathon blasts has raised more than $7 million.