People Run Route That Spells 'Boston' On 5th Anniversary Of BombingsPeople in Boston came together Sunday to run a course that spelled out the city's name, five years after deadly bomb blasts went off during the Boston Marathon.
Adidas Facing Backlash After Email: 'Congrats, You Survived Boston Marathon!'An email from Adidas following yesterday's Boston Marathon has set social media ablaze.
Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Engaged To Man Who Saved HerA woman who lost her leg in the Boston Marathon bombing is now engaged to the firefighter who saved her.
'Boston Marathon Dad' Finds Controversy Again After ArrestMike Rossi, the 'Boston Marathon Dad,' was arrested at Lincoln Financial Field after not repeatedly no following police requests to leave a parking lot.
Zeoli Show Log 4.29.15Rich discussed the Baltimore Orioles and Chicago White Sox playing a game in front of no fans, Budweiser recalling a bottle label, and father's letter to his kid's principal. He also talked with Dr. Ann McGrorty from La Salle University.
2015 Boston Travel GuideA guide to the best dining, lodging and attractions in Boston
Many Local Runners Enjoy The 118th Boston Marathon For many local runners, they made sure they were going to run in this year’s marathon.
Doylestown Runner Injured In Boston Bombings Shares Her StoryAt Tuesday’s tribute to the victims and first responders of the 2013 Boston Marathon, runner Amy Oneill of Doylestown was among the guests.
Philadelphia-Area Runners Return To Boston Marathon One Year After BombingsMary Suplee, a marketing professional who lives in Valley Forge and is president of the Fast Tracks running club, is returning to Boston for Monday's Marathon.
Family Of Teen Marathon Victim And UPenn Freshman Starts FundThe family of a teenager who almost lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombings has started a fund to help others at risk of losing limbs.
Stigall Show Log 7.18.13Chris discusses some supermarket and pharmacy's decision not sell this month's issue of Rolling Stone, Jimmy Carter's issue with race, and Philadelphia Council President Darrell Clarke's idea to use additional sale tax revenue for employee pensions.
Stigall Show Log 5.23.13 Chris details the attack of a British soldier yesterday in London and restaurants in New Jersey selling lower quality alcohol as top label products. He talks to foreign policy expert Ed Turzanski about Americans being killed by drones, Mark Meckler, the President of Citizens for Self-Governance and attorney Todd Graves about the IRS investigating political groups, and CBS 3's Chris May about a fundraiser for the victims of the Moore, OK tornado.