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Man Convicted In One Fund Scam Denied Release From Prison

BOSTON (AP) — A Boston man convicted along with his brother of scamming the Boston Marathon victims’ compensation fund out of more than $2 million using the name of a dead aunt has lost his bid to remain free while he challenges the conviction. 138 more words

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'Patriots Day' Filming Marathon Bombing Scenes In South Weymouth

SOUTH WEYMOUTH (CBS) — Patriots Day, the upcoming movie about the Boston Marathon bombings, will film scenes recreating the 2013 finish line explosions at South Weymouth Naval Air Station this week. 341 more words

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Three Years Ago, David Ortiz Declared Boston 'Our (Expletive) City'

BOSTON – Wednesday marks the third anniversary of what may have been the most iconic moment of Red Sox slugger David Ortiz’s storied career.

Three years ago, Ortiz took the microphone for an… 143 more words

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Wahlberg, 'Patriots Day' Crew To Film Watertown Shootout In Framingham

FRAMINGHAM (CBS) — Mark Wahlberg and the “Patriots Day” crews will be filming a reenactment of the Watertown shootout scene between police and the… 307 more words

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Keller @ Large: Remembering The Watertown Shootout

BOSTON (CBS) — Did you pause last night to reflect on the anniversary of the manhunt, the sheltering-in-place, and the shootout that led to the death of one of the marathon murderers and the capture of the other one? 257 more words

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Survivor's Boston Marathon: 26.2 miles of agonizing ecstasy

BOSTON (AP) — She laughed. She wept. She walked. She ran. For amputee Adrianne Haslet, the Boston Marathon was a grueling 10½-hour odyssey.

But she finished. 625 more words

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BOSTON—Frank White was on a mission to get to the Starbucks on Beacon Street. For someone who had just run 26.2 miles, he walked surprisingly quickly from the finish line through the Boston Public Gardens. 1,159 more words

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