Two people shot in Dedham

Dedham police and Massachusetts State Police are investigating an early morning shooting that left two people injured Saturday.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

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Even at 3 a.m., Donald Trump can’t let a feud go

Publicly airing grudges against a former beauty queen, in the middle of the night, is certainly unprecedented in presidential politics.

Shooting in Dorchester leaves one injured

A male victim of a shooting on Hartford Street was transported to an area hospital early Saturday morning.

// OSHA finds 20 ‘serious’ violations at plant where worker died

OSHA said it is issuing preliminary fines totaling more than $173,000 for the South Boston plant where Brian Caron died from an ammonia leak.

Union representing janitors averts strike

A strike that would have hit several thousand office buildings in the Boston area was averted late Friday.

// Children’s gets green light for hospital expansion, with conditions

The recommendation by state health regulators is scheduled for a vote on Oct. 20.

// Did NASA just change your zodiac sign?

NASA says astrology is not astronomy. But the space agency’s take on changes to the zodiac still set off a Twitter storm.

// No deathbed confession in Gardner heist

An attorney rushed to a South Carolina hospital where Robert Gentile is near death Friday, but did not get any new information.

// GE plan to demolish historic bridge runs into neighborhood resistance

Plans for General Electric’s new headquarters complex in Fort Point have run into a speed bump.

// Matthew strengthens into Category 5 hurricane in Caribbean

Hurricane Matthew grew into a powerful Category 5 storm late Friday as it crossed the Caribbean Sea.

Worcester man held without bail after allegedly assaulting 3-year-old nephew

Taj McDonald was watching the boy before police found him with “trauma to the face and neck area.”

Paula A. Johnson, left, at her Inauguration Ceremony to become the 14th president of Wellesley College.

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Photos: Celebrating a first at Wellesley College

Paula Johnson became the first African-American president of Wellesley College when she was inaugurated Friday.

// Reflections on family, faith as Jewish High Holidays arrive

At sundown Sunday, Jews will fill synagogues to usher in the new year, reflect on their lives, take stock of their failings, and pray.

Bella English

// To die with dignity, he left the US

Danny exercised a right every American should have: to end one’s life in a peaceful and humane way. But to do so, he had to leave the country.

// Review of massive ‘One Charlestown’ project begins

Developers have proposed replacing an aging public housing complex with a new mixed-income neighborhood of 3,200 apartments and condos.

// Authorities search home of woman missing after fishing trip with son

Linda Carman is presumed dead as questions emerge about the fishing trip she took with her son.

Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz (34) watched his two-run home run during the seventh inning.

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Ortiz does it again with home run to lift Red Sox

Honored before the game, Ortiz proceeded to break a 3-3 tie in the seventh inning with a two-run homer.

Peter Abraham

// One final season

From spring training to the playoffs, Globe Red Sox beat writer Peter Abraham documented key moments from David Ortiz’s last season on the field.

// Next year is this year, long-suffering Cubs fans proclaim

It has been 108 years since the Chicago North Siders won a world championship, the longest drought for any major sports club.

// Amazon ships first order from new Fall River warehouse

The internet retailer’s 1 million-square-foot facility is officially in business.

// Apples await the pickers, despite the drought

Farmers from Stow and Pepperell to Peabody and Ipswich were stunned no one came to pick or buy. Stunned because they had plenty of apples.

West Roxbury, MA - 9/23/2016 - Catholic Memorial's Jack Mcgowan (42) rumbles for a long touchdown run, the only score during the first half. Brockton at Catholic Memorial High School football. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Emily McCarthy, Topic: 24Brockton, LOID: 8.3.105518940.

Week 4 high school football results

Friday’s top games included Everett-Billerica, Xaverian-Catholic Memorial, and Lexington-Reading.

Globe investigations

The desperate and the dead

// The broken covenant

Behind the fragmented state of mental health care lies a political system failure that spans decades — and continues.

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

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Big Picture

Big Papi

Red Sox slugger David Oritz closes out his regular season career this weekend at Fenway Park.