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WBZ Runners Among The Thousands Participating In The Boston Marathon

BOSTON (CBS) – Reporters, producers and photographers from WBZ were among the thousands of runners participating in the 118th Boston Marathon.

Here are their unofficial times from the BAA: 150 more words


Three Amputee Runners Ready To Take Care Of Unfinished Business

BOSTON (CBS) — We know runners from across the country and all around the world will come to Boston to compete in the marathon. Each one has something to prove, including a very special man from Arkansas, who is getting ready to finish what he started one year ago. 422 more words

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Eye On Education: North End School Teaches Agriculture

BOSTON (CBS) — If you can’t bring city kids to the farm to learn about agriculture, then maybe you have to bring the farm to them. 307 more words


Eye On Education: BU Studies Effects Of Marathon Bombings On Children

BOSTON (CBS) — Dealing with a tragedy is tough for everyone, but it is particularly challenging for children who are trying to find their way in the world. 528 more words


A Year After Marathon Bombing, Teen 'Stepping Strong' To Help Others

BOSTON (CBS) — On Marathon Monday 2013, Gillian Reny was an 18-year-old high school senior standing close to the finish line with her parents watching her sister complete the Boston Marathon. 548 more words


Eye On Education: Local Students Connect With Afghan Girls

SHARON (CBS) – Learning starts long before classes begin at Sharon Middle School.

Some students get up early for a club called “Girls Learn International.” These local students connect with girls in a war-torn country. 326 more words


Teen Cancer Survivor To Ride In PMC For First Time

BOSTON (CBS) — The Pan-Mass Challenge is a fundraising event unlike any other, raising millions of dollars for cancer research.

Some riders are identified with the words “Living Proof,” cancer survivors who ride who are “living proof” of the power of putting time and energy in addition to money toward finding a cure. 639 more words