(TAUNTON, MA) August 3 - The sentence of 15 months in jail and five years probation was stayed by the judge while the case is on appeal.
(BOSTON) April 17 - 30,153 runners from 99 countries and every state are competing $830,500 in prizes.
(BOSTON) April 18 - A great grandson runs in memory of his ancestor, the first aboriginal ever to win the race, and a city heals.
(BOSTON) Jan 26 - Judge George O'Toole ordering the documents released "as expeditiously as possible."
(BOSTON) June 24 - BILL MARCUS INTERVIEW - CBC News Network interview with Ian Hanomansing in Vancouver, BC
(BOSTON) May 13 - After closing arguments, the jury met for less than an hour on the first day of deliberations.
(BOSTON, CBC) April 20 - 1980 Marathon winner Jacqueline Gareau of Quebec says there is only so much any city can do.