- Apr 19:
- Boston bombings: TV networks plan prime-time coverage
- Boston bombings: Television can only 'hurry up and wait'
- Boston bombing suspects: Who are the two brothers?
- Police: Suspect who killed MIT cop is dead; second suspect tied to Boston bombing
- Apr 18:
- Boston Marathon bombings: Martinez boy takes 'huge step forward' in his recovery
- Boston bombing suspect on video sought; Obama at memorial: 'You will run again'
- Apr 17:
- Fremont manufacturer's battery was used in Boston bombings
- Boston Marathon bombing: Martinez boy's surgery a success
- Source: Authorities recover pressure cooker lid
- Apr 16:
- Oakland: Vigil, run planned to to honor Boston Marathon victims
- Restaurant manager Krystle Campbell, 29, ID'd as victim in Boston bombing
- Boston bombers will be found and punished
- Boston Marathon bombs were packed into pressure cookers filled with shrapnel
- Apr 15:
- Boston Marathon bombings: Martinez boy, 12, injured by shrapnel, expected to recover
- Purdy: Remember Boston bombing next time in line
- Google helping friends, family locate Boston Marathon runners
- At least one from Bay Area wounded at Boston Marathon
- Boston Marathon explosions: Bay Area marathon runners describe chaotic scene after detonations
- Boston Marathon explosion: Early photos from the scene
- Boston Marathon explosions: BART, San Francisco step up police presence
- Boston Marathon explosion: Other cities beef up security in response to explosions
- Security beefed up worldwide after bombs at Boston Marathon
- Boston Marathon explosion: 3 dead, more than 140 injured
- Boston Marathon bombing kills 3, injures over 140
- Boston Marathon: Ethiopia's Desisa, Kenya's Jeptoo win in Boston
MARTINEZ -- A recovery fund has been established to assist with the medical costs for Aaron Hern, an 11-year-old Martinez boy injured in the Boston Marathon bombings.
Funds can be donated to the Aaron Hern Recovery Fund at any Wells Fargo Bank branch, said Katherine Burcell Chapman, a friend of the Hern family.
Katherine, along with her husband, Phil Chapman, established the fund to "help Aaron and his family during this difficult time and during his recovery," according to a post made on Katherine Chapman's Facebook page.
The funds will go toward any and all medical costs associated with Aaron's recovery, as will the proceeds garnered from fundraisers to be held in Contra Costa County this weekend.