Marathon bombings Normalcy returns, but grief still lingers a month later ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Bill Greene/Globe Staff Sharon Novick and Jessica Cohen celebrated after after crossing the finish line one month after the Marathon. Bill Greene/Globe Staff On Marathon Monday, Jenny Morelli, Jessica Cohen, and Sharon Novick were stopped at the 25.5 mile mark due to the bombing. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Caitlin (front) and Colleen Norden, sisters of bomb victims JP and Paul Norden, walked the Marathon route on Wednesday. Jim Davis/Globe Staff JP (left) and Paul Norden, who each lost a leg at the Marathon bombings, met friends and family members at the finish line. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Caitlin Norden placed a Marathon medal around JP Norden's neck. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Peter Brown, uncle of JP and Paul Norden, greeted them after walking the entire 26.2-mile course. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Dancers (from left) Laura Sune, Christine Monterio, and Maggie Jarmolowski on Boylston Street Wednesday. Bill Greene/Globe Staff The dancers commemorated the one-month anniversary of the bombing at the scene of the first bomb on Boylston Street.