Boston Stronger: One year later

One year after bombings struck the Boston Marathon, Bostonians are bouncing back.

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Boston Marathon bombings remembered with moment of silence

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The bells of Boston’s Old South Church tolled as a flag was hoisted up a small flagpole Tuesday at the spot of the Boston Marathon finish line, one year to the minute after tragedy struck there.

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Boston pauses to remember fallen firefighters

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All of Boston seemed to pause on Wednesday, to honor a fallen hero, Lt. Edward Walsh, 43, one of the firefighters who died last week in a 9-alarm inferno in the city’s historic Back Bay neighborhood.

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Cameras, cops and checkpoints will protect Boston Marathon

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Authorities laid out a broad security plan Monday for the Boston Marathon — cameras along the route, checkpoints for spectators, National Guard troops and more than 3,500 police officers — and told fans to leave their backpacks at home.

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Triumph after tragedy: Boston celebrates after World Series win

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Six months after twin bombings shattered the city, Boston culminated its comeback Wednesday night, clinching its first World Series title at Fenway Park in 95 years.

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Couple seriously hurt in Boston Marathon bombings gets engaged

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A young couple still battling to recover from serious injuries they suffered in the Boston Marathon bombings is taking their relationship to another level: they’re getting married.

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Tens of thousands in donations pour in for homeless man who returned backpack with $42K

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Honesty really paid off for a homeless man in Boston who turned in a backpack containing nearly $42,000 this week.

Since his good deed, an online fundraiser had raised more than $73,000 for Glen James by Wednesday afternoon and brought in offers from strangers of other types of assistance.

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Real estate reality: Parking spots sell for $560,000

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Anyone who’s owned a car in a city knows how frustrating it can be to find a parking space on the street. After a few loops around the neighborhood, you start wondering, “What I would give for a parking spot!”

Apparently, some are willing to give more than others — a lot more.

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As Boston bombing fund deadline looms, victims rush to seek help

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People injured in the Boston Marathon attack face a Saturday deadline to apply for payments from a $47 million fund, two months after the twin bombs went off near the finish line.

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Marathon bombing victim and ‘hero in cowboy hat’ throw 1st pitch at Fenway

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A Boston Marathon victim and his rescuer threw out first pitches at Fenway on Tuesday.

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33,000 American flags planted in Boston Common in memory of every fallen service member from Massachusetts between the Civil War and present day.

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Marathon bomb victims adjust to a ‘different normal’

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They’ve been taking their first steps, pushing through tough rehabilitation and venturing into crowds again. One month after the Boston Marathon bombing, victims are working to heal their physical and mental wounds.

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Bittersweet update from family devastated by marathon bombing

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The little sister of the 8-year-old boy killed at the Boston Marathon has had surgery 11 times, and doctors only this week closed the wound created when one of the bombs blew off part of her left leg, her family said Thursday.

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Boston Marathon bombing survivor takes part in Bruins’ pre-game

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The Boston Bruins decided to make Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman Game 2’s honorary fan banner captain on Saturday.

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Tsarnaev friends had money and ‘Terrorista #1’ license plate, classmate says

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Two of the three people newly arrested in the Boston Marathon investigation are Kazakh friends of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and one drove a BMW with a vanity license plate that said “Terrorista #1,” according to people who knew them.

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