A year after Marathon bombings, signs of trauma persists

Choir singer Zach Louissaint cherishes every day;
Choir singer Zach Louissaint cherishes every day;Clockwise From top left: Jonathan Wiggs,Lane Turner, John Tlumacki, Dina Rudick/Globe Staff

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For those in the line of fire and those who rushed to help them, the legacy of the year since the Boston Marathon bombings — the pain slowly fading, the strength slowly returning — is plain to view, part of the fabric of the history the city knows too well. But beyond that first circle of tragedy, lies a larger and deeper ring of people and places, marked in ways less obvious but no less real.

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