Plush UMass alumni club losing money and luster

Emmett Hayes, former UMass president Jack Wilson, and former governor Paul Cellucci attended a party in 2005 at the University of Massachusetts Club. The club will move to 1 Beacon St. this year and operate under new management.

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The club, which was supposed to pay for itself through memberships, has needed nearly $4.3 million in subsidies from UMass.

Three deaths within popular family stun Maine town

The bodies found in two Boothbay Harbor homes were identified as Carol and Svend Jorgensen and their 40-year-old son, Eric.

People lined up outside a bank in Thessaloniki on Monday.

With euro future in doubt, Greece looks to reopen bailout talks

Greece and its membership in Europe’s joint currency faced an uncertain future Monday.

// Dorchester boys, 5 and 9, hurt by firework

The 9-year-old’s hand was blown off and his 5-year-old friend was seriously injured Sunday afternoon.

Richard Alexander removed blood stains Sunday along the street where his son was gunned down.

Keith Bedford/Globe Staff

Family of victim mourns after Fourth of July turns deadly

Richard Alexander (above) removed blood stains Sunday along the Dorchester street where his son was gunned down.

// As Iran talks near a close, Kerry says deal still up in the air

“If there’s absolute intransigence . . . we’ll be prepared to walk away,” the secretary of state said Sunday.

In shift, Partners HealthCare seeking growth globally

Partners’ Harvard-affiliated hospitals are searching where growing, wealthy populations are demanding medical care.

Maine man dies after setting off firework on his head

Devon Staples was drinking with his friends when he placed a reloadable fireworks mortar tube on his head, authorities said.

Is a Marblehead man one of the world’s strongest?

Ron Cooper, a mild-mannered 37-year-old financial planner, has broken multiple Guinness World Records.

// Burt Shavitz, cofounder of Burt’s Bees, dies at 80

The reclusive beekeeper’s simple life became complicated by his status as a corporate icon.

The Mall at Chestnut Hill is redesigning the entrance to feature automatic doors, new finishes, glass lanterns, and an expanded vestibule.

New name, new look for Chestnut Hill mall

Simon Property Group Inc. wants the rechristened Shops at Chestnut Hill to reflect a more upscale vibe.

Nick Cafardo | On baseball

// Red Sox need to replenish the bullpen

When we first started seeing starters not go deep into games, one had the feeling this would catch up to the Red Sox.

At the Ocean State Job Lot in Westborough, Barbara Verzillo, field merchandiser, unpacked grill utensils.

Matthew Healey for the Boston Globe

At Ocean State Job Lot, the hunt is on for bargains

At the dollar stores, customers shop for things they need. At Ocean State Job Lot, they shop for things they want.


The unique bond of childhood cousins

You won’t see too many parenting books that focus on cousins, but they’re among the most special relationships our kids have.

Workers resurfaced a residential driveway. A Wilmington firm has created a plant-based compound that could replace traditional asphalt.

Chemists hope to make paving green

A new plant-based compound rejuvenates worn-out asphalt so it mixes better with new paving material.

//[1]-1691--90x90.jpg White power extends reach through Internet

A manifesto apparently written by Dylann Roof before the S.C. killings offers a virtual road map to modern-day white supremacy.

// Court lets Seaport plan for Yotel ‘micro hotel’ advance

The 326-room hotel will feature rooms as small as 176 square feet, about half the size of a standard room.

US 5, Japan 2

// Carli Lloyd’s hat trick leads Americans to third World Cup

The American women overwhelmed the defending champion for their first World Cup title since 1999.

Ground Game

// N.H. thinks Donald Trump is for real

Whether Trump is serious about running for president or just serious about publicity, his sudden support is hard to ignore.


Swanee Hunt

// After Srebrenica massacre, agents of renewal

The women of the Balkans are finding strength in their calls for justice and their work for reconciliation.

The Big Picture

Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff

Globe photos of the month, June 2015

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month.