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Andrea Murray of Boston was there last year, passing the finish line 20 minutes before the bombs went off. This year, she says, "I just want to have a really boring, normal race."
In the course of a year, limbs have been replaced, psyches soothed, the wounds sustained in a moment at the marathon's finish line have at least begun to heal.
The Walls family of Arlington, Va. was in Boston when the marathon bombing occurred last year. They remember the harrowing experience of living through it and will be back again for this year's Boston Marathon.
James Costello called April 15, the day Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev detonated bombs at the Boston Marathon, one of the worst days of his life.
Maryland teacher injured in Boston Marathon explosions leaves hospital, looks forward to hugs
On Tuesday morning, two ultra-marathoners, Frank Fumich, of Arlington, and his friend Matt Nelson, began a 450-mile run from the Pentagon to Boston to help raise money for the victims of the Boston bombings.
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Chefs serve gourmet food at Fenway Park to raise money for Boston Marathon bombing victims
An activist group plans to talk to Virginia's attorney general and congressional leaders to try to get one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects disinterred from a Doswell, Va., cemetery.
Despite outrage over the grave site of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the congressman representing the district where the bombing suspect is buried says the cemetery owners can inter whomever they choose.
The Virginia Anti-Shariah Task Force is an activist organization that also opposed establishment of an Islamic school in Northern Virginia.
Mass. funeral director says Boston Marathon bombing suspect's Virginia burial was legal
Boston Marathon bombing suspect buried in Virginia, upsetting some nearby residents
The decision to bury Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev in a small Islamic cemetery in rural Virginia is angering some members of the area's Islamic community, who say they weren't consulted.
The suspected Boston Marathon bomber killed in a gun battle with police has been buried in Virginia.
Boston chief: City 'received no word' from the FBI about warning from Russia about Tsarnaev
Boston police commissioner: City never saw vague Russia warnings about bombing suspect
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev has been buried in an undisclosed location outside the city of Worcester, police said Thursday after a frustrating weeklong search for a community willing to take the body.
Police in Worcester, Mass., say the body of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev has been buried outside of the city.
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