Did you miss some news this past week? Check out the five stories that topped the charts:
1. Report: Tsarnaev Admits to Detonating Marathon Bombs. The Boston Marathon bombing suspect currently hospitalized admitted to FBI agents that he and his brother detonated the bombs planted near the finish line, the Boston Globe reports.
2. Ceremony to Honor NRPD Officers After Bombings. The public is invited to a ceremony Monday, April 29 at 6 p.m. at North Reading Town Hall to honormembers of the police department who assistedin Boston last week after the marathon bombings.
3. Live Blog: Memorial Service for Sean Collier. Sean Collier was remembered at an MIT memorial service at noon on Wednesday. Collier, who was killed Thursday, was laid to rest on Tuesday morning. Police believe the Boston Marathon bombing suspects shot Collier as he responded to an unrelated robbery.
4. NRHS Athletic Trainer Starts Fundraiser for Marathon Victims. North Reading High School Athletic Trainer Jenn Hondras and her boyfriend Dan have started a fundraiser for the victims of the marathon bombings. They are handmaking shoe charms to raise money for the One Fund.
5. Vanilla Cream Pie Never Tasted So Good. After a horrific week full of tragedy and tears, I ended it with a pie. A delicious, vanilla cream pie. In the face.