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Mayor Tom Menino and Gov. Deval Patrick are asking people to honor the Boston Marathon bombing victims exactly one week after the tragic events.
Employees from the local design company handed out free copies of the poster for people to hang in their homes, stores and elsewhere around the community.
Hundreds of people gathered on the Boston Common and cheered from sidewalks around the city Friday night following the apprehension of the marathon bombing suspects.
Hundreds of people gathered on the Common Friday night to cheer, sing and thank police after a long day under lockdown.
Some T stations in the downtown area have been temporarily suspended.
NSTAR and crowd-sourced websites such as CarStations, for example, offer tips and locations for charging electric cars.
A drop in the state's median household income led to the salary reduction.
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The suspect was driving a gray 2004 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck with Massachusetts license.
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