Boston Starts to Heal After Marathon Bombing Suspect's Capture

The city of Boston comes together after the dramatic end of manhunt for Tsarnaev Brothers.
1:24 | 04/21/13

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Reporter: It's the song that makes so many think of boston and at this red sox game, neil diamond sang it in person. I bring love from the whole country. ♪ By the dawn's early light ♪ Reporter: As broken hearts spoke through tears, the boston red sox pulled off a much needed win all following the capture of the man suspected of bombing the boston marathon. Watertown police chief told me that means no more terror. We want watertown to go back to normal and boston. Reporter: It is. Just listen to the mailman. People didn't get mail today. Totally different. So much laughter and happiness. That band playing, everybody's totally enjoying it. Reporter: What happened here is something nobody will forget. Especially not those whose lives were changed forever or ended far too soon. Overnight, a somber candlelight vigil to honor the fallen and injured. Back here at the cathedral cardinal sean o'malley will lead this service at 11:30 this morning. Dan and bianna? Time for healing for that city. All right, gio. Now for the other stories

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