Massachusetts officials lifted a stay-at-home order that had closed the bustling city of Boston and its environs. The mass transit system — the “T” — that had been idled since early Friday will go back to a normal schedule, officials announced.
Police and elected officials indicated that the search was going on for the second of two suspects in Monday’s Boston Marathon bombings. A first suspect, the elder of two brothers, died Friday after a firefight with law enforcement officers in Watertown. A house-to-house search apparently turned up no sign of the second suspect.
A state police official said he believed that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, was still in Massachusetts.
“Boston, we’ve stood tall; we’ll never stand down,” said Boston Mayor Thomas Menino.