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At bomb sites, talk of lasting tribute

Boston officials will work with the victims of the Marathon bombings to find a way to memorialize the attack, according to Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s press secretary. But it is not yet clear what a memorial will look like.

“There was an outpouring of generosity and support from many during these tragic events,” city spokeswoman Dot Joyce said. “The city will never forget and will always hold dear April 15. As we move onward in this healing process and begin our conversation with those affected and impacted by this tragedy, we will work toward finding appropriate ways of recognizing these events.”

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