Sterling Consolidated announces profitable 1st. Quarter.


 

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Sterling Consolidated (STCC)

Announces another consecutive profitable

quarter and higher profit margins!

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Key STCC highlights of 2013:
  • Sterling went public on April 29, 2013 began trading under the symbol STCC
  • STCC has been profitable for consecutive quarters since 2009
  • Significantly improved Accounts Receivable to Accounts Payable ratio.
  • Launched new website www.sterlingconsolidated.com

Revenues for the first quarter 2013 were $1,627,886

compared to$1,741,432 for the same period in 2012.

Gross profit for the first quarter of 2013 was

5 96,418 (36% profit margin), a slight increase

from $559,695 ( 32% profit margin) for the same

period in 2012.

 
The company’s operating income for the first quarter of 2013 was $180,960 compared to operating income of 142,637 in the first quarter of 2012. Net income for the period was $110,922, or 0.00% per diluted share, compared to net income of $92,639, or $0.00 per diluted share, in the comparable 2012.

Why go Public???

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The Multi-billion dollar market for hydraulic and

pneumatic seals is highly fragmented and ripe

for consolidation.

Our acquisition strategy is opportunistic and is focused on

companies with generational changes of ownership, where we

can provide investment capital for growth or leverage our

operation capabilities to drive value for all stakeholders.

Our deep bench of talent, core knowledge and

industry-leading expertise makes Sterling an excellent partner

for aging or opportunistic business owners that are seeking

an exit strategy or a business combination that can enhance

their return, accelerate future growth or drive greater

profitability.

 
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Sterling Consolidated Corporation

Visit their Website at: http://sterlingconsolidated.com/

About:
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Sterling Consolidated Corp., through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Sterling Seal and Supply has been a leading supplier of hydraulic and pneumatic seals to the automotive and industrial marketplace for more than 40 years. Through a combination of leveraging its logistical expertise and sophisticated, experienced management, the company intends to be an active and strategic consolidator of small- and mid-sized businesses within the highly-fragmented, multi-billion dollar seal industry. Currently serving more than 3,000 customers, Sterling offers acquisition targets a unique growth opportunity and competitive advantage through logistical expertise, strong regional branding and industry-specific distribution centers.
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Mission Statement:
Sterling Seal’s mission is to provide cost effective, quality seals to the distributors serving the automotive, industrial, aerospace, military, and the pool industries. Our regional warehouses and large inventories allow the end users to limit work in process and inventory which reduces operating costs.
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Growth Strategy:

In the months ahead, we will be aggressively pursuing a number of acquisition targets which we have previously identified. Furthermore, we will be creating an acquisition advisory board to assist us with identifying, examining and vetting potential targets as well as ensuring that our due diligence is comprehensive and precise.

While strategic acquisition will be the means by which we accelerate growth for years to come, we remain steadfast in our commitment to organic growth and consistent profitability. The combination of strong performance in our existing business and careful, yet aggressive execution of our external growth strategy will enable us to maximize value for shareholders today and in the future.

 
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Sterling Consolidated Corporation

1105 Green Grove Road • Neptune NJ. 07753 • Phone: (732) 918-8004

Email: http://www.sterlingconsolidated.com/

A profitable established company in a highly fragmented industry that has recently gone public. A acquisition strategy that is opportunistic and is focused on companies that are seeking an exit strategy and will provide growth and value for shareholders. A multi-billion dollar hydraulic and pneumatic seals industry that’s ripe for consolidation.

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Greenestone healthcare Quarterly out! GRST


Quarterly report out for GreeneStone Healthcare GRST!

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Here’s some interesting highlights!

Application to stock exchange

The Company is in the process of applying to the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) which would allow the Company to be listed on the NYSE-Amex exchange. The Company believes being listed on the NYSE will assist it in attracting the capital needed to support its operations.

Clinic expansion

The Company is seeking to significantly increase its capacity at its in-patient treatment facility from 36 beds to 200 beds over the next twenty four months.

Awarded an exclusive regional contract

The Company was awarded an exclusive contract to provide treatment services for a major regional government organization with regards to post traumatic stress disorder. The Company plans to open a second facility in order to service this contact.

Revenue

During the three months ended March 31, 2013, revenues increased to $ 1,444,267, from $ 1,257,411 during the three months ended March 31, 2012, an increase of $186,856. (+13%) This increase is mainly attributable to a steady increase in business volume since the Company began operations. Revenue from the endoscopy practice was $521,165, compared to revenue of $436,804 during the three months ended March 31, 2012, an increase of $84,361. Revenue in the mental health division for the three months ended March 31, 2013, was $923,102 compared to $820,606 for the three months ended March 31, 2012, an increase of $102,496. The Company believes that revenue will continue to grow steadily and the Company will become more profitable as most of its costs, such as rent and salaries and wages are relatively fixed, and therefore will reduce as a percentage as business volume grows.

Gross Profit

During the three months ended March 31, 2013, gross profits increased to $1,151,175, from $1,006,233 during the three months ended March 31, 2012, an increase of $144,942. This increase is mainly attributable to an increase in business volume since the Company began operations.

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Operating Expenses

Operating expenses for the three months ended March 31, 2012, were $1,527,307, compared to $1,276,075 for the three months ended March 31, 2012, an increase of $251,232. This increase in expenses is mainly attributable to increased operations. Operating expenses for the three months ended March 31, 2013, primarily consisted of salaries and wages to medical support staff of $818,881; rent payments of $250,169; professional fees of $100,771; management fees of $49,595; and general and administrative expenses of $149,799.

Net Loss

During the three months ended March 31, 2013, the net loss was $ 376,132, compared to $269,842 during the three months ended March 31, 2012, an increase of $106,290. This increase is attributable to the steady increase in revenues and business operations. Going forward, the Company will no longer be incurring certain costs that are considered one-time costs associated with starting a business.

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Space Mountain reopens at Disneyland


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 ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) – One of Disneyland’s most popular rides has reopened after the company declined to appeal a workplace safety case.

The Orange County Register reports Space Mountain reopened Friday evening.

The attraction was closed in April after state officials said safety rules were violated when a contractor fell and suffered broken bones while cleaning Space Mountain’s slanted roof.

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The contract company was fined nearly $61,000 for the safety violations. The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health proposed a nearly $235,000 penalty against Disney in connection with the contractor’s injury.

Disney did not appeal by Friday’s deadline.

Disney closed two other rides – the Matterhorn Bobsleds in Disneyland and Soarin’ Over California in Disney California Adventure – to evaluate the safety of employees who maintain them.

Both attractions have reopened.

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Fly sized robot takes first flight!


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World’s smallest robot, Robobee, has wingspan of three centimetres

The smallest flying robot in the world has completed its maiden flight in a US laboratory.

The tiny machine, named RoboBee, took off, hovered and performed basic manoeuvres, to the delight of scientists at Harvard University.

Inspired by the common fly, the carbon fibre robot has a wingspan of three centimetres and weighs less than a tenth of a gram.

Flies are among the most agile flying creatures on Earth. The robot mimics their airborne abilities by tweaking the movement of two wafer-thin wings that flap at 120 times a second.

More advanced versions of the robot may help with search and rescue missions, monitor the environment, and even assist with crop pollination, its developers claim.

“I want to create something the world has never seen before,” said Kevin Ma, a researcher on the team.

The robot’s two wings are powered separately by tiny pieces of ceramic piezoelectric material, which expand and contract rapidly when wired to an alternating voltage.

For the maiden flight, researchers attached tiny reflective patches to the robot that could be picked up by eight infrared cameras mounted around the room. The cameras worked out where the robot was, and in which direction it was facing, and sent the information to a controlling computer that sent movement commands to the machine over a wire tether. To move left, for example, the robot increased the stroke of its right wing.

The robot was hooked up to an electrical supply because there are no batteries small or light enough to be carried by the machine.

The scientists described how they built the robot in the US journal, Science. “No such vehicle has been demonstrated to date because of the severe miniaturisation challenges that must be overcome for an insect-sized device,” they wrote.

After the first tentative flight, the researchers aim to put the robot through its paces, with more aggressive maneuvers and landings.

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$70.6 Million Per Seat Price Tag To Space


Frequent Flier Miles Not Accepted

aaasaleNASA is paying $424 million more to Russia to get U.S. astronauts into space, and the agency’s leader is blaming Congress for the extra expense.

NASA announced its latest contract with the Russian Space Agency on Tuesday. The $424 million represents flights to and from the International Space Station aboard Russian Soyuz spacecraft, as well as training, for six astronauts in 2016 and the first half of 2017.

That’s $70.6 million per seat — well above the previous price tag of about $65 million.

https://i2.wp.com/spacefellowship.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/supplyship.jpgRussia currently provides the only means of getting people to and from the space station, and its ticket prices have soared with each new contract.

Several U.S. companies are working on rockets and spacecraft to launch Americans from U.S. soil. But that’s still a few years away. The ability to launch crews into orbit from America ended with NASA’s shuttle program in 2011. Even before the shuttles retired, the U.S. had been relying on Russia to transport long-term residents to the space station.

https://i0.wp.com/s1.ibtimes.com/sites/www.ibtimes.com/files/styles/picture_this/public/2011/08/25/150549-russian-spacecraft-crashed.jpgNASA Administrator Charles Bolden said if Congress had approved the space agency’s request for more funding for its commercial space effort, the latest contract would have been unnecessary. He is urging full funding of the Obama administration’s 2014 budget request of $821 million for the commercial crew program.

“Because the funding for the President’s plan has been significantly reduced, we now won’t be able to support American launches until 2017,” Bolden, a former shuttle commander, wrote in a NASA blog.

It could take longer if Congress does not fully support the 2014 request, he said.

“Further delays in our Commercial Crew Program and its impact on our human spaceflight program are unacceptable,” Bolden said.

The California-based Space Exploration Technologies Corp., or SpaceX, already is making cargo shipments to the space station. Its founder and chief designer, billionaire Elon Musk, previously has said his company could be ferrying astronauts aboard beefed-up versions of its Dragon capsules by 2015.

Orbital Sciences Corp. of Virginia completed a successful test launch 1½ weeks ago. It plans to start sending supplies to the space station this summer, but has no interest in carrying passengers.

The six seats included in the latest Russian contract covers not only Americans, but European, Canadian or Japanese astronauts under barter agreements between NASA and those countries.

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Virgin Galactic Spaceship fly’s on it’s own for the first time


SpaceShipTwo Makes it’s First Powered Flight

ss2 1The spaceplane being developed by UK billionaire Sir Richard Branson has made its first powered flight.

The vehicle was dropped from a carrier aircraft high above California’s Mojave Desert and ignited its rocket engine to go supersonic for a few seconds.

Sir Richard’s intention is to use the spaceship to carry fare-paying passengers on short pleasure rides above the Earth’s atmosphere.

ss2-glideflight3His company Virgin Galactic has already taken hundreds of deposits.

The rocket vehicle is known as SpaceShipTwo (SS2).

Although it has been in the air on more than 20 occasions, this was the first time its hybrid motor had been ignited.

It was only a short burn lasting about 16 seconds, but it propelled SS2 beyond the sound barrier to a speed of Mach 1.2. Future outings should see progressively longer burn durations, enabling the plane eventually to reach sufficient velocity to climb more than 100km into the sky.

Space target

ss2 3.jpgMonday’s mission began at the Mojave Air and Space Port at just after 07:00 local time (14:00 GMT). Test pilots Mark Stucky and Mike Alsbury were reported to be at the controls of SS2.

It took off slung beneath the WhiteKnightTwo aircraft, which does the job of lifting the rocket plane to its launch altitude – some 45,000ft (14km).

ss2 4A little under an hour later, SpaceShipTwo was released, dropped a short distance to get clear of WhiteKnightTwo and then lit its engine, which burns a combination of a solid rubber compound and liquid nitrous oxide.

SpaceShipTwo ignites its engine in flight for the first time

After shutting down its motor, the vehicle then glided back to the Mojave runway, touching down just after 08:00 local time.

Sir Richard said in a statement: “For the first time, we were able to prove the key components of the system, fully integrated and in flight. Today’s supersonic success opens the way for a rapid expansion of the spaceship’s powered flight envelope, with a very realistic goal of full space flight by the year’s end.”

Family first

ss2 4.JPGThe entrepreneur is reluctant these days to say precisely when SpaceShipTwo will enter commercial service.

Projections for a start date issued in the early days of the project in the mid-2000s have long since passed as engineers have grappled with the complexities of developing the world’s first spaceliner.

The delay appears not to have dissuaded prospective passengers, however.

ss2 5More than 500 people, including celebrities such as physicist Stephen Hawking and former Dallas actress Victoria Principal, have put down a deposit for a ticket that will cost them about $200,000.

The initial service will be run out of a purpose built facility in the New Mexico desert known Spaceport America. Each flight will accommodate two pilots and six passengers.

Sir Richard says he will take his family on one of the first outings to demonstrate his faith in the vehicle’s safety.

Burgeoning enterprise

ss2 6.jpgThe rocket plane itself is a derivative of SpaceShipOne, which became the first private manned vehicle to fly to the edge of space and back in 2004.

It was the brainchild of aviation pioneer Burt Rutan, whose Mojave company, Scaled Composites, then designed the current prototype passenger version for Sir Richard.

The pair formed The Spaceship Company to manufacture future vehicles.

There are other companies hoping to offer sub-orbital flights in the near future.

XCOR Aerospace, which also has an operation in Mojave, is developing a smaller rocket plane called Lynx. This would carry one pilot and one ticketed passenger to 100km.

Neither it nor SS2 can achieve the speeds needed to go into orbit.

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New High Tech $100 Bill


 Benjamin Franklin On The Face For The Fourth Revision Of The New $100 Bill

100-dollar-bills-misprinted.si_After a three-year delay due to slower-than-expected production, Americans will finally have an improved, high-tech $100 bill for their wallets, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday.

 The bill is set to debut on Oct. 8.

What’s so special about the new greenback? To start, the Fed says the the bill is a culmination of a decade-long research and design process.

100-dollar-bills-780x439The note features a series of amped-up security measures aimed at combating counterfeiters, including a blue, 3-D security ribbon on the front of the bill that moves when the note is tilted back and forth and side to side.

The inkwell and bell on the front of the bill and the number 100 on the right-hand corner also change from copper to green when the note is tilted.

This is the fourth time the $100 bill has been redesigned, according to a Fed spokeswoman. It has been revamped three times in the last 20 years alone, as the Fed had to react more often to improved counterfeiting technology.

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14-Year-Old McDonalds Hamburger Won’t Go Bad


McDonalds Hamburger Has An Amazing Lifespan

mcdonalds 2ST. GEORGE — The lifespan of a hamburger is usually measured in minutes: You get the burger, you scarf the burger, the burger is gone forever. A man from St. George, however, claims that he has a 14-year-old McDonald’s burger that still looks like new.

David Whipple said he purchased the burger July 7, 1999 in Logan in order to use it for a demonstration about enzymatic action. He was battling with his weight and was going to show it to a group of fellow weight loss advocates. He let it age for a month and showed it to the group.

“At the little meeting, I showed the hamburger and the pickle, which was just starting to disintegrate,” Whipple writes. “There was no decomposition to the meat or bun, nor any mold, fungus or smell. It had no bad odor at all.

The burger, which he says was stuffed into a jacket pocket and tossed into his truck after the meeting, was forgotten about, surviving the summer heat. It was discovered a year or two later in a closet, still in the coat pocket with the original bag and receipt.

“It was purely a fluke about hanging on to it,” Whipple said in an interview with ksl.com.

The burger had only a pickle, mustard and ketchup on it, no lettuce or cheese. Only the pickle appeared to decompose much over the years.

It also survived a move from Logan to St. George, where it was discovered in a box in 2007. Whipple even tried selling it on eBay, where it reached about $2,000, but never sold because his daughter bid on the item.

He said it’s never been refrigerated or stored in a way that would preserve it. Eventually, he started a blog where he wrote about the burger and periodically posted pictures.

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“This just came out in the last couple of months and it’s just been crazy,” he said.

Whipple said he isn’t sure why it survived so long and can’t attribute it to either dehydration or chemical preservatives or something else.

“That’s the million-dollar question. They dig up things in King Tut’s tomb,” he said.

“It’s going to take a smarter person than I am to figure that out.”

He’s also performing a more controlled version of the experiment on cheap burgers from several other burger joints, and so far the results are pretty similar to the accidental one.

“I still got them sitting here, and there’e all hanging out really well. They’re doing just fine, just about like the 14-year-old burger does,” he said.

Whipple said he thinks the burger’s example has had a positive impact on his family’s eating habits.

“I honestly believe raising seven kids that having that hamburger around the last 14 years made a difference in my own kids lives.”

Nevertheless, he said he doesn’t want to turn the hamburger into a cause or a crusade against fast food burgers.

“This has just been fun,” he said. “This has just been one of those crazy things.”

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Khloe Kardashian Cut From The X Factor


Mario Lopez is in, Khloe Kardashian Cut From The X Factor

KK mL 2It’s official: Lopez is in and Kardashian is out. Actor and TV personality Mario Lopez will return to host the third season of The X Factor, but reality star Khloe Kardashian will not join him as co-host, Fox announced Monday.

The network did not reveal whether they will find a replacement for Kardashian or whether Lopez will be going solo. In any case, Lopez said in a statement he’s excited for the third season of the hit singing competition that has launched the careers of successful artists such as Leona Lewis, Tate Stevens, and One Direction.

“I’m looking forward to returning to The X Factor team,” Lopez said. “We’re coming back stronger and better than ever and I’m excited to check out all the new talent.”

The_X_Factor_logoKardashian received mixed reviews as co-host, and the show struggled in the ratings throughout the second season. Fox didn’t elaborate on the reasons behind the reality star’s departure, saying only that they “really enjoyed working with her” and wishing her “all the best in her future endeavors.”

Simon Cowell, who originally brought on Kardashian in a bid to boost the show’s ratings, said he is looking forward to working with Lopez once again.

“I’m thrilled Mario is back for Season Three,” he said. “Hosting a live show and keeping the judges – especially Demi – in line, is not an easy job, but Mario is a pro and we are glad he’s coming back.”

The third season of The X Factor is set to premiere this fall

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Boston Marathon Bomber Formally Charged


Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was charged by federal prosecutors

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BOSTON Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was charged by federal prosecutors in his hospital room Monday with using a weapon of mass destruction to kill — a crime that carries a possible death sentence.

A magistrate judge went to the hospital to conduct the initial appearance, an official at the Federal Courthouse in Boston confirmed to CBS News.

bm 2Officials have said Tsarnaev, 19, and his older brother set off the twin explosions at last week’s race that killed three people and wounded more than 180. His brother, Tamerlan, 26, died Friday after a fierce gunbattle with police.

Tsarnaev was listed in serious but stable condition at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, unable to speak because of a gunshot wound to the throat.

However, Tsarnaev is conscious and responding in writing to authorities, CBS News correspondent Bob Orr reported. Officials did not reveal further details on what they are asking, or what his responses are.

bm3The charges represented a decision by the Obama administration to prosecute him in the federal court system instead of trying him as an enemy combatant in front of a military tribunal. Under the military system, defendants are not afforded some of the usual U.S. constitutional protections.

Tsarnaev, an ethnic Chechen from Russia who has lived in the United States for about a decade, is a naturalized U.S. citizen, and under U.S. law, American citizens cannot be tried by military tribunals, White House spokesman Jay Carney said. Carney said that since the Sept. 11 attacks, the federal court system has been used to convict and incarcerate hundreds of terrorists.

Tsarnaev was charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction against persons and property, resulting in death.

He is also likely to face state charges in connection with the shooting death of an MIT police officer.

bm 4It was not clear whether Tsarnaev was shot by police or inflicted the wound himself. After an intense all-day manhunt that brought the Boston area to a near-standstill, he was captured Friday night, wounded and bloody, after he was discovered hiding in a tarp-covered boat in a Watertown backyard.

Meanwhile, the FBI said in an affidavit that Dzhokhar Tsarnaevwas seen using a cellphone after placing a knapsack on the ground at an explosion site. The document did not say whether he is thought to have used the cellphone as a detonator.

The affidavit also said one of the bombers told a carjacking victim, “Did you hear about the Boston explosion? I did that.”

bm 5U.S. officials said the elite interrogation team would question Tsarnaev, a Massachusetts college student, without reading him his Miranda rights, which guarantees the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney.

Senior correspondent John Miller told “CBS This Morning” that investigators are focused at the moment on the “public safety exceptions” — questioning the suspect on matters of immediate threats.

“It’s basically, ‘Where did you make the bombs? Are there any more explosives out there? Any more cells? Are there any more people?'” said Miller.

“And while I’m told he’s being cooperative, I’m also getting the sense — and I want to be careful of too many specifics here — that he’s not saying there’s a whole second wave of plots or plotters here. Still there are places where there may be explosives and other things to find, it sounds like.”

bm6.jpgBut Miller stressed that is it is still early in the investigation, and the process of questioning Tsarnaev — who can only respond by writing – is slow. “Things could develop or change,” Miller said.

American Civil Liberties Union Executive Director Anthony Romero said the legal exception applies only when there is a continued threat to public safety and is “not an open-ended exception” to the Miranda rule.

Seven days after the bombings, Boston was bustling Monday, with runners hitting the pavement, children walking to school and enough cars clogging the streets to make the morning commute feel almost back to normal.

Mass Gov: Not sure Boston will ever be “quite the same”

bm7Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick asked residents to observe a moment of silence at 2:50 p.m. Monday, the time the first of the two bombs exploded near the finish line. Bells were expected to toll across the city and state after the minute-long tribute to the victims.

Also, hundreds of family and friends packed a church in Medford for the funeral of bombing victim Krystle Campbell, a 29-year-old restaurant worker. A memorial service was scheduled for Monday night at Boston University for 23-year-old Lu Lingzi, a graduate student from China.

Fifty-one victims remained hospitalized Monday, three of them in critical condition.

bm 9At the Snowden International School on Newbury Street, a high school set just a block from the bombing site, jittery parents dropped off children as teachers — some of whom had run in the race — greeted each other with hugs.

Carlotta Martin of Boston said that leaving her kids at school has been the hardest part of getting back to normal.

“We’re right in the middle of things,” Martin said outside the school as her children, 17-year-old twins and a 15-year-old, walked in, glancing at the police barricades a few yards from the school’s front door.

“I’m nervous. Hopefully, this stuff is over,” she continued. “I told my daughter to text me so I know everything’s OK.”

The city was also beginning to reopen sections of the six-block area around the bombing site.

Police Commissioner believes Tsarnaevs planned to attack others

bm 8.pngInvestigators believe that two brothers suspected in the Boston Marathon bombings were likely planning other attacks, based on the cache of weapons uncovered, the city’s police commissioner, Ed Davis, told CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday. He said authorities found an arsenal of homemade explosives after Friday’s gun battle between police and the two suspects.

“We have reason to believe, based upon the evidence that was found at that scene — the explosions, the explosive ordnance that was unexploded and the firepower that they had — that they were going to attack other individuals,” Davis said. “That’s my belief at this point.”

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