Wicked Local Swampscott: Salem convenes candlelight vigil in wake of Florida massacre

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More than 100 people descended upon Salem's Riley Plaza to offer one another support and in solidarity less than 24 hours after a lone shooter armed with an AR-15-style assault rifle and a handgun killed 50 and wounded 53 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., early Sunday morning.  In his prayerful remarks, the Rev. Silvester Romero of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church said love brought everyone together.  “Love is present,” he said. “Lets carry that love beyond this place. Let's make that commitment” and “help our elected officials be representative of that love.”

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