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Paul and JP Norden, who both lost limbs in the Boston Marathon explosions, spoke Monday about the support they've received, the healing process and what's next.
The temperature is (finally) rising in Boston. See why owners should be mindful of dogs in the hot weather.
Exercising in a group can be fun, challenging and personally motivating.
Check out the tool below to find out which pollen allergens are high in West Roxbury today.
Read on to find out which allergies are prevalent in New England during the spring and where to find relief.
More than 125 website domain names related to the Boston Marathon bombings were registered within hours of the attack.
Four workshops will be offered, including a personal safety training sessions, a workshop for survivors and a self-defense class for mothers and daughters.
City officials are urging all residents ages 6 months and up to get vaccinated against the seasonal flu.
Be aware of the symptoms of hypothermia, and remember to check on your elderly neighbors. And don't ever use your oven for heat!
Breast Cancer Awareness
BLA's Dragons square off against the Jeremiah Burke School with a bake sale on the side to raise funds for the American Cancer Society's breast cancer programs.
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