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Sights Of The Boston Marathon [PHOTOS]
This is our New Bedford group at the Boston Marathon. WBSM's Greg Desrosiers accompanied the Greater New Bedford Track Club to Boston today for the 118th running of the marathon. They left at 5 a.m. to get to the check-in point in Hopkinton.
Veteran Runner Looks Ahead To 2014 Marathon
A founder of the Greater New Bedford Track Club and a veteran runner hopes for a festive mood Monday at the Boston Marathon.
But Dr. Larry Finnerty of New Bedford fears the Marathon will likely never be the same, after last year's terrorist bombings that killed three people and injured 260...
Marathon Organizers Stress Security
Organizers and law enforcement officials are urging Boston Marathon spectators to leave backpacks and other bags at home. They also say crowds will be limited at the finish line where two bombs exploded a year ago.
Monday's 26.2-mile race is expected to attract 36,000 runners _ about 10,000 more…
Track Club Members Prepare to Run Boston Marathon
Several members of the Greater New Bedford Track Club plan to run this year's Boston Marathon. Member Theresa Fernette had crossed the finish line last year before the first of two bombs exploded on Bolyston Street and tells WBSM News that at first people didn't realize what was happening.…
Local Woman Prepares To Run Boston Again [Interview]
Terese Frenette is a member of the Greater New Bedford Track Club who is training to run the Boston Marathon again. This will be the seventh time she has run Boston and was there last year when the Marathon bombing happened. She joined us this morning to talk about the experience.
Tsarnaev’s Lawyers Say Remark Didn’t Relate To Case
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev say a remark he made to his sister during a prison visit was meant to be funny and wasn't incriminating, as prosecutors have suggested.
    In court documents filed Wednesday, Tsarnaev's lawyers responde…
New Boston Marathon Regulations
In response to the Marathon bombings last April, the Boston Athletic Association has installed a set of rules for participants and spectators to follow. Safety is the number one priority.There are several items that are no longer permitted near the starting line in Hopkinton or the finish line on Bo…

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