BOSTON, Mass. (WISH) - Monday marks one week since the bombings at the Boston Marathon that killed three and injured more than 180 people.
Since then, an intense manhunt led to the arrest of one suspect and the death of the other.
At 2:50 p.m. Monday, the exact time of the explosions, a moment of silence will be held. It will be followed by the ringing of bells in Boston and elsewhere in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick issued the call Sunday along with Boston's Mayor and a charity called One Fund Boston that's been set up to help the bombing victims.
PHOTOS | 2013 Boston Marathon Explosion
"Nearly a week ago, our city took a deep breath, it was forced to dive into a pool of uncertainty and fear," Mayor Thomas Menino said. "Friday, as our police department reported to the world that we got him, a huge sigh of relief was felt across our great city and nation."
On Sunday, family and friends attended a wake for Krystle Campbell, the 29-year-old who was one of those killed. A private funeral is scheduled for Monday.
Martin Richard, 8, and Lu Lingzi, 23, also died in the attacks. There's no word yet on their funeral arrangements.
Someone has again anonymously dropped a gold Krugerrand coin into a Salvation Army red kettle in a central Indiana city.
Scammers are claiming to be from a law enforcement agency and are threatening to arrest victims if they don't pay the fine for an alleged crime or debt.
Mitrovich’s home in the Saxony subdivision is decorated with about 25,000 LED lights coordinated to Christmas music.