"My beloved city: you will be strong, heroic and brave as in the past you were. Your peace, education and kindness will reign over this terror and violence."
— Mauricio, Colombia
Boston Marathon Bombings
Resources and Recovery
Looking for a way to help families of the victims? Want to donate blood? Here's how.
Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Tom Menino announced the fund to help those most affected by the attack.
Some of Bostons finest chefs, including Ming Tsai and Ken Oringer (pictured) participated in a ballpark benefit for the One Fund.
Sleep specialists say that insomnia and nightmares are normal within the first several days after such a traumatic event.
Globe photographer Stan Grossfeld turned his camera lens on his beautiful surroundings in Italy to create some photo therapy for Boston.
Runners in Boston pay tribute to the bombing victims.
Allyson Manchester crossed the Boston Marathon finish line six minutes before the first bomb exploded. This is her story.
This documentary by The Boston Globe chronicles the week of fear following the Boston Marathon bombings.
Sports world honors Boston
Coverage of Watertown
State Police released a video purporting to show the hiding place of suspected Boston bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Share your sentiments
This city is clearly the greatest for many reasons, but we want to know what is it about Boston that you truly love.
The second suspect is in custody. Tell us how you're feeling as we all try to return to normal after this tragedy.
Click your location on our interactive map, and tell us what you witnessed of the bombings.
Reaction and response
Reaction and response
The magnitude of Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon only grows in the aftermath, Chad Finn writes.
Boston.com asked locals to offer extra space to Boston Marathon runners and spectators stranded in town after the deadly explosions. The resulting Google Drive document serves as touching testament to kindness.
Boston strong, yes. And, on Friday, Boston stuck. Since Suspect No. 2 escaped on foot in Watertown, did Roslindale really need to be shut down? Here are some reactions to what some call an overreaction.
Newly released court documents provide gruesome details of the injuries that accused Boston Marathon bomber Dhzokhar Tsarnaev suffered before his capture, including a skull fracture.
The Boylston Street restaurants located near one of the bombing sites will reopen Saturday at 5 p.m., the restaurants parent company said.
On Sunday, two visiting amputee Marines brought hope to hospital beds.
Officials said the students from Kazakhstan, arrested Saturday in New Bedford, may have known the brothers accused of the attacks.
Distribution of nearly $61 million raised by the One Fund Boston to 232 individuals and families began June 30, marking the end of a crash two-month campaign to raise money for bombing victims.
A teacher who lost a leg in the Marathon bombings is the last of the patients hospitalized at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Marc Fucarile expressed both hope and uncertainty as he was discharged from Massachusetts General Hospital.
Thousands of runners who never finished the Marathon, along with bombing victims and spectators, gathered in the rain on May 25 to run the last mile of the Boston Marathon.
Officer Richard Dic Donohue, who was hurt during a shootout with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, spoke out about his recovery one month after being hospitalized.
Final rules were issued Wednesday for the distribution of the money from the compensation fund.
Victims were remembered on Wednesday, the day which served as the one-month mark after the tragedy.
Paul and J.P. Norden each lost a leg in the bombings and are getting treated for the first time under the same roof.
Salem State University is celebrating the life of alumnus Sean Collier, the MIT police officer allegedly killed by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, in a memorial ceremony Monday afternoon.
James Bim Costello says he's ready to share his story because he fears people are starting to forget the plight of victims who suffered life-altering injuries he calls much worse than his own.
Four weeks after the blasts, life for many in the city has regained a sense of normalcy. But for some — including victims, caregivers, and witnesses — life may still be a struggle, mental health experts say.
Nonprofit organizations are facing new fund-raising challenges from concerns over participating in large public events to fears of losing support amid the overwhelming response to bomb victims.
The younger sister of the 8-year-old boy killed in the Boston Marathon bombings has undergone what her family calls a milestone 11th operation on her left leg, lost below the knee.
MassBay Community College has established a scholarship in honor of Krystle Campbell, a 2005 graduate killed in the Boston Marathon bombings, MassBay said Wednesday.
Recovering Transit Police Officer Richard Donohue Jr. released a statement Wednesday thanking those who saved his life and community members who have supported his family.
Marathon bombing victim praises doctors
Jarrod Clowery, 35, equated his medical care at the bomb site to a "Tom Brady drive."
Catherine Ternes, pictured, helped organize a benefit for the 7-year-old Dorchester girl, whose legs were badly hurt in the blast that killed her 8-year-old brother, Martin.
Globe reporter discusses 'Danny' interview
Globe reporter Eric Moskowitz was the first reporter to speak to the 26-year-old entrepreneur whose Mercedes SUV was, police said, commandeered by the bombing suspects.
A tribute to the Marathon bombing victims
Here are some videos created for the victims of the Boston Marathon attacks, and the police and first responders whose heroic actions saved many lives.
Surgeons are still working to repair and save the lower limbs of injured spectators, and some patients may not know for months whether the surgeries will return them to near normal.
Those killed in the Marathon bombings and in the pursuit of suspects.
People fell silent at 2:50 p.m., exactly one week after the bombings at the Boston Marathon finish line.
In a sign of the rapid progress being made by some of the dozens of those wounded, Boston Medical Center doctors hope to see a mass exodus of patients into rehab facilities.
Boosting morale for a city in shock and mourning, President Obama went to area hospitals to visit victims and their families and thank hospital staff for their efforts.
US intelligence agencies added the mother of the Boston bombing suspects to a government terrorism database 18 months before the bombings, two officials told The Associated Press.
The U.S. Marshals Service said Dzhokhar Tsarnaev left Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center n April 26 and was taken to the Federal Medical Center Devens, about 40 miles west of Boston.
Waltham police have stepped up their investigation of a 2011 triple homicide where a friend of suspected bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev was brutally murdered, according to a victim's relative.
The Big Picture
Boston.com sports producer Steve Silva was near the finish line when the explosions occurred near the intersection of Boylston and Exeter streets. This is his eyewitness account.