Fenway keeper has healing spirit
'I want people to know that there's hope, that they're not alone'
BOSTON -- The nation's eyes were on Fenway Park on the afternoon of April 20, as Americans sought to grieve and heal. One set of those eyes belonged to head groundskeeper Dave Mellor, who knew something about grief, and had ideas about healing.
After the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, the death of three spectators and injuries to 264 others, after nearly a week of questions about who was responsible, a manhunt that locked down Boston and adjacent towns for a long, unnerving ...
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