Oct 31, 2014 4:46 PM
BOSTON -- Dozens came out to Boston City Hall Thursday after hearing the news of Mayor Thomas Menino's passing. The city kept the doors open to the public well into the night to allow mourners to come and pay their respects. Many left flowers, cards, and wrote personal notes in a condolence book. Those who came out shared their memories. They say the former mayor changed Boston for the better.
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