There is now a temporary memorial to slain Massachusetts Institute of Technology police Officer Sean Collier on campus.
A Massachusetts court has issued an arrest warrant for state charges against the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect.
On Thursday night, the city posthumously awarded the Collier with Somerville Police badge number 310.
On Thursday, the Somerville Police Department will posthumously swear in Officer Sean Collier then retire his badge.
A procession of police officers on motorcycles has paid tribute to fallen Massachusetts Institute of Technology Officer Sean Collier by putting a single red rose where he died.
Hundreds of motorcyclists participated in the first-ever Boston Marathon Motorcycle Ride on Sunday to support the Jimmy Fund and honor slain MIT Police Officer Sean Collier.
The Copley Square memorial that has become the city’s symbol of remembrance after the Boston Marathon bombings is being removed.
Sean Collier, a Winchester native, was fatally shot April 18 while sitting in his police cruiser.
U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano has filed a bill in Congress named after slain MIT Officer Sean Collier that would extend federal benefits to campus police.
Governor Patrick signed an executive order authorizing the Mayor of Somerville to posthumously appoint Sean Collier as a city police officer.