A look at the Boston Marathon wounded

An ongoing series in which the Globe profiles those injured in the Boston Marathon explosions.

Roseann Sdoia, who was one of the injured in the bombings, lost part of her right leg.

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Roseann Sdoia, who was one of the injured in the bombings, lost part of her right leg.

Terror at the Marathon

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/04/28/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/bombings-6084--90x90.jpg 102 hours in pursuit of Marathon suspects

For five indelible days, the unthinkable became routine in Boston. And no one felt that more than the agents mounting the largest manhunt in regional history.


//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/04/28/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/hunt-6089.jpg The bombings and manhunt

A look at how events unfolded during the week of the Marathon bombings.

Fire in Allston kills one and injures at least 15

A three-alarm fire ripped through a home in Allston Sunday morning, killing one person and injuring at least 15 people, including six firefighters, according to the Boston Fire Department.

Lawmakers say suspects may have received help

Key lawmakers said Sunday the suspected Marathon bombers may not have acted entirely alone and that officials are investigating whether they received outside encouragement or training.

John Thomas, of Needham, set off the chain reaction of airlines charging for checked bags.

Hate airline baggage fees? Needham man is to blame

John Thomas, 54, is the guy who brought baggage fees to airlines in North America.

A Game 3 victory assured, the Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony (right) gets a hug from teammate Kenyon Martin.

Celtics attempt to channel anger, avoid sweep

It’s still unclear how they’ll respond down three games to none, a deficit from which no NBA playoff team ever has recovered.

Will Middlebrooks (16) is greeted by Jarrod Saltalamacchia at the plate after both scored on Jacoby Ellsbury’s double in the second inning.

On Baseball

Red Sox build on great start against Astros

At some point the Red Sox will face a tough team or two, but for now, they’re taking what’s been given to them — the gift of the Astros.

Jamie Collins is a very interesting prospect in the sense that he has the potential to do a lot of things.

On football

Breaking down where picks might fit for Patriots

While it may be hard for the draftees to crack the starting lineup, a few might, and some will definitely contribute.

Opinion on the bombings