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E-mails link Walsh’s inner circle to scandal

East Boston, MA - 5/19/2016 - Mayor Walsh attends a groundbreaking ceremony for

The e-mails are an undisclosed link between aides to Mayor Marty Walsh and the City Hall scandal that has led to a federal extortion charge.

 

STAN GROSSFELD

Receiver-for-hire tries to catch Patriots’ attention

Foxborough. Ma- May 25, 2016-Globe Staff Photo by Stan Grossfeld-Abiola Aborishade of Attleboro a former Division III star receiver at UMASS Dartmouth has been standing outside Gillette Stadium almost every day since April 21st. looking for a tryout from the Patriots.

Holding fast to his NFL dream, Abiola Aborishade stands vigil outside Gillette Stadium, asking for a chance.

 

Burlington College closes under unwanted spotlight

Burlington College closed its doors for good on Friday.

These last two weeks, students have been scrambling to transfer to other colleges, while graduates rushed to save thesis projects.

 

A classmate’s parting gift for Boston Latin class

Senior Phillip Sossou 18, held lds his self-portrait while posing with his artwork at Boston Latin School.

“Our class has been kind of divided,” said Phillip Sossou. “Having these pictures helps us to embrace our diversity.”

 

Slain Auburn officer honored, remembered by thousands

Tarentino’s widow, Tricia, (left) stood with his parents Ronnie Sr. and Sharon.

Stories about Officer Ronald Tarentino sent laughter rippling through a packed church and helped paint a vivid portrait the slain officer during an emotional funeral service.

 
 

Globe Events

 
 

When inspiration strikes

With their home as canvas, the couple behind KTII Design Group embrace the stylistic power of change.

 
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The Nation

 

Trump’s campaign stumbles as it tries to go big

A stream of changes and scuffles are roiling his campaign team, including the dismissal of his national political director.

 

Trump rejects offer to debate Sanders

The Republican said it would be pointless because the Democratic race is “rigged’’ and Sanders cannot win.

 

Woman chokes and Dr. Heimlich is at the table

Dr. Henry Heimlich, 96, used the life-saving technique he invented on Patty Ris, 87, who began choking at the senior residence community in Cincinnati where they both live.

Henry J. Heimlich invented the rescue maneuver more than four decades ago but never used it on a choking patient.

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The World

 

At Hiroshima memorial, Obama says nuclear arms require ‘moral revolution’

President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan take part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial in Hiroshima, Japan, May 27, 2016. Obama's visit to Hiroshima was the first by a sitting U.S. president since the atomic bomb was dropped there during World War II. During the ceremony, Obama said the bombing of the city showed that “mankind possessed the means to destroy itself.” (Doug Mills/The New York Times)

Thousands of Japanese lined the route to see Obama, the first sitting American president to visit the memorial.

 

Egypt says search for crashed EgyptAir plane narrows

The search is now focused on 3-mile-wide area in the Mediterranean Sea, based on signals from the emergency beacon.

 

Iraqi troops move to surround Fallujah, but residents fear long fight

Iraqi troops pushed toward the Islamic State-held city from the south, aiming to completely surround it.

 
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Editorial & Opinion

 

Editorial

Make room for Granny, and other zoning fixes

An elderly man holding a walking stick; Shutterstock ID 404718508; PO: oped

New legislation regarding “granny” apartments would make long-overdue fixes to state zoning laws.

 

MICHAEL A. COHEN

Welcome to the ‘nothing matters’ election

FRESNO, CA - MAY 27: Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Fresno on May 27, 2016 in Fresno, California. Trump is on a Western campaign trip which saw stops in North Dakota and Montana yesterday and two more in California today. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

In the Year of Trump, policy takes a back seat to partisanship and tribe.

 

Too quick to target teacher pay as cause of Boston school woes

“Rich towns pay teachers well to educate students who are already well supported financially. Boston teachers work under much more difficult circumstances.” — John V. Callahan

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Metro

 

E-mails link Walsh’s inner circle to scandal

East Boston, MA - 5/19/2016 - Mayor Walsh attends a groundbreaking ceremony for

The e-mails are an undisclosed link between aides to Mayor Marty Walsh and the City Hall scandal that has led to a federal extortion charge.

 

A classmate’s parting gift for Boston Latin class

Senior Phillip Sossou 18, held lds his self-portrait while posing with his artwork at Boston Latin School.

“Our class has been kind of divided,” said Phillip Sossou. “Having these pictures helps us to embrace our diversity.”

 

STAN GROSSFELD

Receiver-for-hire tries to catch Patriots’ attention

Foxborough. Ma- May 25, 2016-Globe Staff Photo by Stan Grossfeld-Abiola Aborishade of Attleboro a former Division III star receiver at UMASS Dartmouth has been standing outside Gillette Stadium almost every day since April 21st. looking for a tryout from the Patriots.

Holding fast to his NFL dream, Abiola Aborishade stands vigil outside Gillette Stadium, asking for a chance.

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Business & Tech

 

Fed chair says rate increase likely in coming months

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen smiled after being asked a question regarding the economy and interest rates during an event at Harvard University Friday.

If the economic data remained positive, a rate increase would be appropriate, “in the coming months,” Janet Yellen said.

 

Stocks rise to wrap up a strong week as banks move higher

Banks gained ground after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the central bank intends to keep raising interest rates provided the economy continues to improve.

 

A new round in the Demoulas family feud

Arthur T. Demoulas (left) and Arthur S. Demoulas.

Just when it seemed like the sale of the Market Basket grocery store chain had ended an epic family feud for good, a new lawsuit has emerged.

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Obituaries

 

Loris Francesco Capovilla, 100, pope’s aide at Second Vatican Council

Loris Capovilla and Pope John XXIII with the body of the sainted Pope Pius X, who was wearing a silver mask. in 1959.

Cardinal Capovilla's suggestion in 1962 at the end of the council’s opening day proved to be a masterstroke of public relations.

 

John Kenneth Knaus, 92, CIA officer who aided in Tibetan struggle

John Kenneth Knaus.

During a 43-year CIA career, Mr. Knaus was based at times in India, Japan, and Canada.

 

Yang Jiang, at 104; wrote iconic memoir of Cultural Revolution

Mr. Yang’s stoically restrained memoir remains one of the most revered works about that period.

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Sports

 

2016 MIAA boys and girls lacrosse tournament pairings

8.2.3054037285_Sports_29soglax(2) Duxbury High midfielder KC Williams (7) reaches for the ball as her stick is checked by North Quincy High midfielder Marissa McGue (11), right, during the girl's lacrosse game at Veterans Stadium in Quincy, Mass., Tuesday, May 24, 2016. (Robert E. Klein for the Boston Globe)

Seedings and first-round matchups for 2016 tournament

 

NICK CAFARDO | ON BASEBALL

At a career crossroads, it’s time for Buchholz to show some fight

Clay Buchholz may come to realize this might be the best thing that ever happened to him.

 

Blue Jays 7, Red Sox 5

Josh Donaldson, Blue Jays overpower Red Sox

Josh Donaldson, here hitting an RBI single in the fourth, went 4 for 5 with two home runs and five RBIs on Friday.

Donaldson is 13 of 33 (.394) with three doubles, a triple, four home runs, and 11 RBIs in eight games against the Sox this year.

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Good Life

 

17 ways to make the most of Memorial Day weekend

It’s Star Wars Day at Franklin Park Zoo on Saturday.

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. Here’s how to make the most of it.

 

Boston’s public transportation chaos, like you’ve never heard it before

A Green Line train accelerated as it left Park Street Station.

A Boston startup released a melodic mashup of the MBTA’s various sounds that might very well change the way you view — or at least hear — your commute.

 

Home design

A beach-side retreat that’s not too beachy

A gallery wall in the kitchen displays a variety of multi-era prints.

The owner of this home, a Manhattan resident, craved a calm, seaside retreat. She found what she was looking for in a new cottage community in Dennis Port.

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