On the Weekly News Roundup: updates on the Boston Marathon bombings aftermath; Sandwich Community Schools closes its doors, and the first urine-diverting toilet in the country gets approved in Falmouth. Mindy Todd speaks with reporters and news editors on The Point,
Tim Lineaweaver, a psychotherapist from Woods Hole, reflects on a painful personal history, and what it takes to confront and overcome violence. As a psychotherapist, Tim works with clients suffering from addictions and trauma. Note: the content of this essay is intense - addressing subjects of a sensitive nature.
This essay was edited by Viki Merrick, and produced by Atlantic Public Media, our production partners here in Woods Hole.
At 11 a.m, you can watch here live-streaming video of the interfaith service at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in the South End. President Obama is scheduled speak.
(video LiveStream from PBS NewsHour posted below)
First lady Michelle Obama will attend the service, as will Governor Patrick and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino. Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee and former governor of Massachusetts, is also expected to attend.
Investigators are urging anyone with information, photos, or video, of the marathon to contact them at the FBI hotline. Officials are urging anyone who need crisis counseling in the aftermath of the explosions to call the crisis hotline. Here the numbers: