10/25 - 3 miles
10/27 - 3.75 miles
I would look for some sort of "Couch to 5K" program to get you back into running. Those usually incorporate walking and running over a period of time to get your body used to the pounding. Then you can look for bigger goals.
The only reason I mention this is you running background (or lack there of) means you need to start slowly. Good luck!
Well those plans are to get people from no activity to running a 5K so you could probably just look up a basic 5K plan then. Just listen to your body and stop if some pain develops when running even if in the middle of a shorter run. As many of us will note, running injuries will come even when it is nothing out of the ordinary about our training.