Father, daughter drew the world close

Joseph and Anna Trustey, together on the day of her school prom in April, were killed in a plane crash Wednesday.

Trustey Family

Joseph and Anna Trustey, both of Wenham, died Wednesday evening when the plane he was piloting crashed in Milwaukee.

Red Sox president and chief executive Larry Lucchino greeted David Ortiz at the Pedro Martinez jersey retirement ceremony last week. Lucchino said Saturday that he’ll retire from those posts at season’s end.

Jim Davis/Globe Staff

Red Sox CEO Lucchino to leave at season’s end

Lucchino said his role as club president will be filled by Sox executive vice president and COO, Sam Kennedy.

Some believe Tom Brady has a compelling argument and a chance to have his suspension vacated; others believe he has no shot.

Brady’s suit is no slam-dunk, lawyers say

Some believe Tom Brady has a compelling argument and a chance to have his suspension vacated; others believe he has no shot.

A sailboat carrying the body of a man who appeared to be in his 70s ran aground at Lynch Park in Beverly on Friday afternoon.

Body found in sailboat was UMass Lowell professor

The body of Alexander Sachs, 76, was found on a 32-foot vessel that was ashored at Lynch Park in Beverly Friday afternoon.

The Prudential Center (left), the new Millennium Tower in Downtown Crossing (center), and the Marriott’s Custom House have all been granted tax breaks.

Boston is rife with untracked tax breaks

The city has granted some 140 tax breaks for about 600 parcels of land over the past several decades, a Globe review found.

Kriss Blevens in her salon at work on client Dorothy Verani.

N.H. makeup artist puts best face on candidates

No one has been closer to the faces of presidential power for the last 20 years than Kriss Blevens, a Manchester-based makeup artist.

Biden said to be taking new look at 2016 run

The vice president’s entry would upend the Democratic field and deliver a direct threat to Hillary Clinton.

Dorothy Fisher has lived across the street from Puddingstone Park, the site of last week’s deadly shooting, for 60 years.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

Routine life is a struggle in Boston area pierced by gunfire

The neighborhood where a young mother was killed this week is among the most violent in the city, deemed a “hotspot” by police.

Mr. Grossman developed a program that assisted tenants facing eviction.

David Grossman, lawyer dedicated to helping others, dies at 57

Grossman, of Newton, had directed the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau since 2006, providing free counsel to indigent clients.

Travis Roy counts being on this deck overlooking Malletts Bay as one of his joys.

KEVIN CULLEN

Leading a purposeful life, chosen by challenges

Travis Roy has good genes, the passion and idealism of his great-grandfather, the unassuming wisdom of his great-grandmother.

The Longfellow Bridge is undergoing a restoration project that is scheduled to end in 2018.

State’s aging infrastructure worries businesses

Bridge, highway, and tunnel repairs are ongoing, but that work is making only a small dent in the state’s transportation needs.

This Belmont home was once a fire station. The truck bays are now a family room and garage.

Making new homes from old workplaces and more

Converting old churches, schools, firehouses, and office buildings into chic, sleek apartments, and condos has gone from quirky to trendy.

How to pick the right preschool for your child

Preschool is founded on play — experts say it’s how children learn best. But not all play is the same.

Fans offered a show of hands for Travis Shaw in the eighth inning after the rookie hit his second home run of the game (and his 19 at-bat career).

RED SOX 11, RAYS 7

Red Sox win third straight game

Rookie Travis Shaw hit his first two home runs, going 4 for 4 to lead a resurgent attack.

THOMAS FARRAGHER

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/08/01/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/farragher-8679.jpg Take away this bully’s badge

It’s hard to imagine Mayor Michael J. McGlynn welcoming Stephen LeBert back to the police force after what he did on Sunday night.

Dr. Howard Jones explained the in vitro fertilization process during a news conference in Norfolk, Va, on Dec. 28, 1981.

First in vitro baby in US remembers Dr. Howard Jones

Elizabeth Comeau, who was born in 1981 as the first “test tube” baby in the United States, recalls her “Dr. Howard.”

Wellness

The trick to making exercise a daily habit

A regular cue, such as exercising at the same time each day after work, can help make it an automatic decision.

Ground Game

Video

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/07/29/BostonGlobe.com/Politics/Images/paul.jpg Conversations with the 2016 presidential candidates

The Globe’s James Pindell sits down with presidential candidates and hopefuls to discuss the race.

Opinion

Editorial

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/07/31/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/circle-big.jpg With Widett Circle, can Mayor Walsh reshape Boston?

If the city’s failed Olympics bid accomplished anything, it was to kindle a conversation about the future of the circle.

The Big Picture

A cyclist crossed a bridge in Christian A. Herter Park on the Charles River.

Lane Turner/Globe Staff

Globe photos of the month: July, 2015

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

BetaBoston

BetaBoston

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/07/24/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/cmet0303b-631600.jpg CVS drives another nail in film’s coffin

The “1-Hour Photo” signs have come down outside CVS Pharmacy stores in Boston and throughout the US.

Crux

Margery Eagan | On Spirituality

Witnessing an abortion

With an abortion, there is no happy ending. That doesn’t mean the government should outlaw the practice.