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Tuesday at 5 p.m. was the deadline for submitting nomination signatures to be a candidate on the ballot.
Claims are being accepted through June 15, and funds will start being distributed on a rolling basis on June 30.
Payments to victims will be made starting June 30.
Through customer donations, and a company donation, Dunkin' Donuts has donated more than $667K to One Fund Boston.
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino wants to close the loophole that allows individuals on terror watch list lists to legally purchase weapons.
Police & Fire
Handwritten cards from children across the country, thank you letter from organizations, balloons and more, decorate the entrance way to Boston Police Headquarters for their hard work during the Boston Marathon bombings and investigation.
Please don't be alarmed, but three times a day, there will be loud bangs similar to gunshots in the Fenway-area - but it's for the Muddy River Project.
The District 4 city councilor has pulled nomination papers for both positions.
Friends, family and colleagues spoke of the Chinese national's love for hard work, smiling, green tea ice cream, and the piano.
The athletic shoe company said it will also match any donations made by company employees.
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