Menino halts cancer treatment, seeks palliative care

Thomas M. Menino promoted his autobiography in New York at The Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College earlier this month.

Jennifer S. Altman for The Globe

The former Boston mayor’s decision reverberated with sadness and calls for prayer in the city he led for two decades.

Pedestrians entered the Bedford Avenue L Subway station in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn that was visited by Craig Spencer, a Doctors Without Borders physician who tested positive for Ebola on Thursday.

After NYC Ebola case, officials urge residents not to worry

The city’s first Ebola patient apparently rode the subway, took a cab, and bowled since returning from Guinea a week ago.

Oxfam’s Holly Taylor spoke with a resident of Freetown, Sierra Leone, on Tuesday.

Ebola relief volunteer recounts a world upended

Holly Taylor, 26, was recently deployed to Sierra Leone to aid in the effort against Ebola. Here are excerpts from her diary.

UMass-Dartmouth student stabbed in dorm room

Authorities believe the stabbing was an isolated incident.

Charlie Baker picked up strong support from independents in the poll.

Jonathan Wiggs (left) and Matthew Cavanaugh/Globe photos

Charlie Baker jumps 9 points in Globe poll

A new Globe poll depicts a far more comfortable advantage than either candidate for governor has enjoyed in months.

In just over a month, Charlie Baker and his allies have spend $5 million on broadcast TV spots.

In number and reach of TV ads, Baker far outpacing Coakley

Since the primary, Republicans have aired more than 3,700 individual ads in Mass. and spent $5 million.

TripAdvisor’s headquarters in Needham (above) will include a gym, a common area, and a cafeteria.

Lower rents, wide choices draw tenants to Route 128

A mini-revival of sorts is underway along America’s original technology highway west of the city.

FLUTO SHINZAWA I ON HOCKEY

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/10/05/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/Lee_bruinswings5_spts.jpg Zdeno Chara injury leaves Bruins with serious issues on defense

The Bruins will call up a defenseman from Providence, but no one can replace the contributions of the team’s captain.

Boston Police Detective John Ghilardi found a rifle with scope in a Dumpster in the Mission Hill projects in the days following Carol DiMaiti Stuart’s death.

Adrian Walker

Charles Stuart case’s awful legacy

Ours is a city rightly obsessed with its history, but absolutely no one has ever felt any nostalgia for Oct. 23, 1989.

Opinion

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//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/10/23/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Advance/Images/niki-tsongas-269.jpg Niki Tsongas for 3d District

In Tsongas, voters have a representative who has shown a deft touch no matter who runs Capitol Hill, the editorial board writes.