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Thousands -- some standing, some sitting in camping chairs -- lined the canyon-like final stretch of the route on Boylston Street to cheer on runners from all the world as they made their way to the famous finish line in Copley Square. The terrorist attack on the race in 2013 that left three dead and injured more than 200 was not far from the minds of many camped out along the sidelines. Comment?
Grey Jackson's college decision came down to being a part of the established legacy of the Air Force Academy or part of the new foundation at the University of West Florida. On Wednesday, the Fairhope quarterback and Class 7A Back of the Year joined the first signing class in the history of West Florida. Comment?
The Rev. Jim Merritt didn't wait long to celebrate Florida's legalization of same-sex marriages. Comment?
Like an old man in a Monty Python movie, Alabama's hopes for a football national championship are not quite dead yet. Teams from the University of Alabama and Samford University are competing this weekend in the NIRSA National Flag Football Championships in Pensacola, hoping to emerge victorious where the state's helmet-wearing teams came up short. Comment?
ATHENS, Alabama - Former Athens city councilwoman and long-time city clerk Mignon Bowers remained in critical condition in a Florida hospital this morning following a wreck Wednesday at Gulf Shores State Park, according to a city employee. Bowers was injured in the one-car crash along with her husband, Jack, who was driving. Comment?
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