Cherished son an innocent victim in Fenway shooting

Jephthe Chery was shot and killed outside of a Fenway bar Thursday morning.

Jan Ransom/Globe Staff

Outside a Fenway Park bar that has gained a reputation for violence, an off-duty MBTA conductor was caught in a hail of gunfire.

// Independent voters key in N.H. GOP primary

New Hampshire’s large number of independent voters have contributed to its reputation as a mercurial swing state.

// Trump denies mocking reporter, demands N.Y. Times apology

Donald Trump accused the reporter, who has a condition that limits flexibility in his arms, of “using his disability to grandstand.”

// Ex-Millis officer linked to bomb threat, shootout found dead

There were no signs of foul play and the death is not being investigated as a homicide.

// The Super Bowl of shopping is here

Black Friday used to kick off the holiday shopping season, but now Thanksgiving Day is the new tradition for some shoppers.

Partners jumps into the software business

GeneInsight is software that digests mountains of genetic data and breaks it into bite-sized information to help doctors treat their patients.

A British company plans to relocate its CATS Academy Boston from Newton to 20 acres in Braintree that were previously home to a Kindred Healthcare nursing and rehab hospital.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Carpenters union targets Braintree school site

A union is using its political connections to help turn the heat up on the project’s framing contractor and subcontractor.

// Could Polito be the one to break the curse?

Massachusetts lieutenant governors often dream of becoming governor. Very few ever do.

Boston Public Market is run by Liz Morningstar, once an adviser to then Governor Deval Patrick, whose administration provided $4 million in funding for the market.

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

New Boston Public Market fills appetites, coffers

Visitors gobbled up 30,000 warm cider doughnuts from the Red Apple Farm stall in its first five days at Boston Public Market.

Dry cask storage was used to store spent fuel at the Entergy Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant.

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

Security, storage concerns linger at closed nuclear sites

The Vermont Yankee plant stopped producing power last year, but hundreds of tons of radioactive waste at the site remain an issue.


// A mother asks for gifts her disabled daughter can use

Ten-year-old needs toys she can play with from a stationary position; she likes board games and puzzles.

// Chip-ready credit card machines hard to find

Three in five Americans are now carrying a chip-embedded credit or debit card. The only problem? Where to use it.

Opinion | Judy Foreman

// Baker’s opioid plan gets it only half right

We are dealing with the well-publicized problem of opioid abuse and the under-publicized epidemic of chronic pain.

Ali Al Jundi, with his sons Mohaned and Mohammed, found a home in Waltham.

Keith Bedford/Globe Staff

From Syria to Waltham, from despair to hope

For Ali Al Jundi, the month of November will always be full of celebration.

// 76ers’ Jahlil Okafor in altercation outside Boston nightclub

TMZ Sports reported Philadelphia’s rookie center got violent in front of Storyville in Boston, though no arrests were made.

//[1].jpg Music gift guide: box sets

A look at a few of the boxes vying for your holiday dollars including collections from Bruce Springsteen and Neko Case.

The Confident Cook

// Turkey is what’s left and pot pie is the logical next dish

Our meat pies are largely spin-offs from the British, who know how to repurpose a holiday roast.

New England Patriots defensive lineman Jabaal Sheard (93) tackles Buffalo Bills wide receiver Chris Hogan (15) in the second half of an NFL football game, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Run or pass, Jabaal Sheard has it covered on the D-line

In his first year with the Patriots, Sheard is making a good impression as he continues to make important stops.

Boston MA 11/26/15 Needham High Joe Gowetski (58) celebrates with teammates after an interception for a touchdown against Wellesley High during second quarter action at Fenway Park on Thursday November 26, 2015. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) Topic: Reporter:

Christopher L. Gasper

High school football at Fenway should be a tradition

The scenes at Fenway will be unforgettable for all involved.

// BC’s trying season hasn’t hurt the bond between the Addazios

Father Steve and son Louie are in many ways mirror images, and their passion for football shone through this season.

Ground Game

Ground Game

// Who will be next to drop out of the presidential race?

The signs point to two US senators: Rand Paul and Lindsey Graham.

Globe Santa

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Globe Santa delivers holiday gifts to local children in need.

Globe investigations

// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

A look at high-impact investigations from The Boston Globe, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning report on abuse in the Catholic Church.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ‘Spotlight’

“Spotlight” is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

The Big Picture

People in need around the globe

People are in need, from Boston to places around the world, and many others have offered contributions.