TODAY   |  April 24, 2013

Boston re-opens Boylston Street, site of bombings

This morning, the city re-opened the street where the Boston Marathon Bombings killed three people and wounded more than 170.

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>>> boston marked a milestone this morning, reopening the street where last week's marathon bombing killed three people and wounded more than 170. meantime, the owner of a new hampshire fireworks store said that months before the attack, suspect tamerlan tsarnaev bought dozens of large, lock and load mortar kits. on tuesday, a funeral was held for 8-year-old bombing victim, martin richard, and today, vice president joe biden will attend a memorial service for m.i.t. police officer , sean collier, who was killed during the manhunt.