Thomson ReutersApril 23, 2013 18:31
By Samuel P. Jacobs
BOSTON (Reuters) - Workers and residents returned Tuesday to Boston's Boylston Street for the first time since twin bombings struck the downtown artery at the Boston Marathon finish line last week.
Mayor Tom Menino allowed those who live and work on Boylston Street in the city's Back Bay neighbourhood to return with escorts. But the area remained closed to the public after the April 15 bombings that killed three people and wounded 264.