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Three men accused to helping Dzhokhar Tsarnaev dispose of evidence following the Boston Marathon bombings face felony charges.
The boy was laid to rest at a private ceremony Tuesday morning.
Within minutes of the announcement that the second marathon bombing suspect had been taken into custody, police arrested people in New Bedford with ties to the case.
From the starting line in Hopkinton to the midway point in Wellesley and the finish line downtown, the community has taken a step toward closure during an extremely trying week.
CNN is reporting a suspect has been identified, but Boston Police say no one is in custody.
Following the Marathon Monday bombings, police and security will perform random bag checks throughout Boston and especially on public transportation.
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Witnesses on the scene heard the explosion and then the wave of people trying to escape the blast area.
The conclave starts tomorrow, and Boston’s Cardinal Séan O’Malley has emerged as a possibility to be elected the new leader of the Catholic Church.
The MA 4th Congressional District candidates took questions from the audience Monday at their third debate at Wellesley College.
Candidates for the Massachusetts Fourth Congressional District seat will participate in their third debate tonight.
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