Boston Marathon Explosions
Running enthusiasts in and around Philadelphia are showing their support for the victims in the Boston Marathon bombing by doing what they love most…running.
The historic Merion Golf Club will soon host one of golf’s most prestigious championships, the U.S. Open.
A 29-year-old restaurant manager has been identified as one of three people killed in the bombing at the Boston Marathon.
Gov. Chris Christie has ordered flags at all New Jersey state buildings to be flown at half-staff to honor those killed and injured in the bombings at the Boston Marathon.
The explosives that killed three and wounded more than 170 at the Boston Marathon were made of pressure cookers packed with metal and ball bearings, a person briefed on the investigation said Tuesday.
The club has been organizing trips to the marathon for the past 35 years, but this year would be one they’ll never forget because of the deadly bombings.
One woman says she is committed to race in the Broad Street Run next month in honor of the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
“Back On My Feet” helps homeless members of the community re-engage in society through the sport of running.
Many Delaware Valley residents who were in Boston for the marathon and witnessed Monday’s horrific blasts are still coming to terms with it all.
Athletes took to Twitter to react to the Boston Marathon explosions.
Amtrak Police Department is stepping up patrols and conducting increased sweeps of stations and track right-of-way’s.
Ben Revere put a taped reminder on the back of his glove and made two sensational catches with it on Monday night.
Authorities are investigating a report of two explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
We’ve learned that 762 who started the race came from Pennsylvania. 462 ran from New Jersey and 42 runners were from Delaware and in Kent and New Castle Counties.
They finished the race on Monday and they are doing just fine.