They presented a check for $4000 to the Parks and Recreation Department.
One doctor found a way to make use of the heavy piece of metal.
Tens of thousands will be running for something in March.
Over 2,000 pairs of shoes were donated by U.S. runners.
The not-for-profit program debuted last year.
Written by: Linzay Logan Tomorrow is National Running Day and even if you aren’t planning on hitting the pavement there are plenty of
It breaks the $2-million milestone.
He got the idea from former New York Giants wide receiver Armani Toomer.
There's $400,000 to go with only nine days left.
Donate to a local food pantry and you may have a great place to stay at Boston.