Adrianne Haslet heard all the talk about taking back Boylston Street in the years after the Boston Marathon bombings.
Her mind was 26.2 miles away, instead.
After losing her left leg in the 2013 finish-line explosions, Haslet decided that she would return to the course — this time as a runner. When the race leaves Hopkinton on Monday, Haslet will be one of 31 members of the One Fund community — survivors of the attacks, their families and supporters— in the field.
"A lot of people think about the finish line," she said. "I think about the start line."
More than 30,000 runners are scheduled to head to Hopkinton for the 120th edition of the race...