Globe photos of week, May 9, 2014 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page A runner passed under flowering trees in bloom along the Charles River, dancers performed at the Boston Ballet, and more of the week’s best images. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Jason Fontes, 38, of Quincy bowled at Pinz in Milford. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A dinghy tied up at Woods Hole. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Dancers performed the ballet "Etudes" during Boston Ballet's dress rehearsal for "Pricked," a program featuring three ballets at the Boston Opera House. Essdras M. Suarez/Globe Staff Well Bridge Athletic Club group trainer Ricky MacInnis supervised Breanna Berry of Boston and Haluk Ozek of Lynnfield during an outdoor fitness class at the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Park in Cambridge. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff A runner passed under flowering trees in bloom along the Charles River in Cambridge. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Behaylu Barry, left, put his arm around his sister Eden, 9, on a tour of his middle school in Stratham, N.H. Behaylu, 13, who was adopted from Ethiopia, has a rare blood disorder. His parents brought his biological siblings here after a test showed they were bone marrow/stem cell matches for their brother. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff From left, Pathros Alex, Rana Al Alawi, and Khalid Al Dabal celebrated during Northeastern University's commencement exercises at TD Garden in Boston. Jim Davis/globe staff The family of Justina Pelletier held a press conference outside the Massachusetts State House following a meeting with state Health and Human Services Secretary John Polanowicz concerning the fate of the Connecticut teenager, who has been the subject of a medical/child welfare battle. From left, Justina’s sister Jessica, father Lou, and mother Linda. Essdras M. Suarez/Globe Staff Mourners attended the funeral at Rollstone Congregational Church in Fitchburg for Jeremiah Oliver, a Fitchburg preschooler whose body was recently found after he went missing while under supervision by the Department of Families and Children. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff David Carvalho, center, met with emergency workers after the street sweeping machine he was driving crashed into a house in Hudson. Carvalho said the machine lost brakes and power. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Dolores Urciuoli, 73, of East Boston gave Boston Mayor Martin Walsh a kiss during the East Boston Golden Age Club’s annual luncheon in advance of Mother’s Day at Spinelli’s catering facility. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Kai Drayton, 7, of Boston held her breath underwater while participating in Water Warriors, a swim lesson program for METCO students taught by Wayland High School student volunteers in Wayland. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Boston College senior Achilles Aiken, left, began volunteering at Rosie's Place in Boston as a freshman where he started tutoring Marie Saint Louis, right, and the two became inseparable. She will attend his graduation in May and will meet his family before he heads off to medical school. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Yukatas were the uniform of the day at Boston Latin Academy as students learning Japanese had visitors from Kyoto. Members of Gion Gestival Naginata-boko Ensemble also performed to celebrate Kyoto and Boston's Sister City's 55th Year Celebration. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Hailey Cancel, 9, boxed during a workout as her little brother, Carlos, 1, shadowed her in Hudson. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia was congratulated after his sixth-inning grand slam home run against the Oakland Athletics at Fenway Park. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban (76) delivered a heavy hit to Boston Bruins right wing Reilly Smith (18) early in the first period which resulted in a Bruins power play in Game 3 of the NHL Eastern Conference semifinals at the Bell Centre. Jim Davis/globe staff The Bruins’ Matt Bartkowski (43) took down the Canadiens’ Dale Weise in front of goalie Tuukka Rask early in the second overtime period of Game One of their Stanley Cup Eastern Conference semi final playoff series at the TD Garden. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban (76) celebrated after his breakaway goal put the Montreal Canadiens up 2-0 in the first period of Game 3 of the NHL Eastern Conference semifinals at the Bell Centre. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Boston Bruins right wing Matt Fraser and center Carl Soderberg were at the center of the celebration after Fraser scored the game winner in overtime off a Soderberg rebound in Game 4 of the NHL Eastern Conference semifinals at the Bell Centre.