Menino helped turn Boston into a hub of 21st-century innovation.
Colonel Broughton flew more than 200 jet-fighter missions in the Korean and Vietnam Wars and received the Air Force Cross.
Mr. Kinnell was recognized with both a Pulitzer Prize and an American Book Award for a body of poetry that pushed deep into the heart of human experience.
Ms. Dorkenoo started organizations to battle the tradition of genital cutting of girls and women, mainly in Africa and the Middle East.
Mr. Brown fired the starter’s pistol at the Boston Marathon every year from 1991 until declining health forced him to step aside.
Ms. Strassman played nurse Margie Cutler on the first season of ‘‘M.A.S.H.’’ before her breakout role in ‘‘Welcome Back, Kotter.’’
Mr. Sata rose from sweeping British railroad station platforms for a living to leading his nation.
Mr. Burgard, of Arlington, wrote extensively about the confluence of media, religion, and government.
Monsignor O’Brien opened the first Daytop treatment residence in 1963 on Staten Island with his three partners.
Mr. Mulaudzi won the world title in 2009. He was also South Africa’s flag bearer at the opening ceremony at the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Kelvin Medina, 9, and Jeancarlos Marrero, 4, died Oct. 21 after a four-alarm blaze tore through their six-family home.
While the amount of unenrolled voters have grown, Democratic and Republican numbers have slipped.