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Roseann Sdoia was released from Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital on Tuesday after undergoing treatment for injuries sustained during the April 15 explosions, including the loss of her right leg.
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.
First brick-and-mortar Cheeseboy will begin operating this spring and is hiring about 30 people.
Clare Kelly will serve as campaign manager for the At-Large Boston City Councillor.
Visitors continue to bring gifts in honor of the victims of the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings a week after the event.
Hundreds gathered near Copley Square on Monday at 2:50 p.m., marking the moment when, one week ago, two bombs went off, killing and injuring spectators at the 117th annual Boston Marathon.
Mayor Tom Menino and Gov. Deval Patrick are asking people to honor the Boston Marathon bombing victims exactly one week after the tragic events.
Mayor Tom Menino and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital officials talked of the facility's importance following the Boston Marathon bombings.
Mayor doesn't mince words at Spaulding Rehab event.
The rehabilitation hospital will mark the opening of its new location in the Charlestown Navy Yard—and the spirit of the city—with a special event for staff and officials.
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