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The Day After in Cambridge: Suspicious Packages, Vigil Scheduled

The Day After in Cambridge: Suspicious Packages, Vigil Scheduled

A day after two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, Cambridge remains jittery, with the Cambridge Police Department responding to numerous reports of suspicious or abandoned packages. The CPD's "police scanner via Twitter" takes us past the distant sirens and lets us see what's making our neighbors nervous and the stresses of being a first responder in the aftermath of terror.

Each incident has been investigated and the scene declared cleared. Cambridge Police have urged residents to remain vigilant and patient, and report anything suspicious.

The City of Cambridge and the Cambridge Black Pastors’ Association will hold a Candlelight Vigil Wednesday, Apr. 17, at 7 p.m., on the steps of City Hall, 795 Mass. Ave., to offer comfort and support to those impacted by the tragedy that took place during the Boston Marathon.


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Thanks for keeping us updated as we all try to come to terms with this tragic event.