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Lottery often gives aid to affluent, takes from poor

Teresa Nguyen gave a lottery ticket for a customer as she worked behind the counter at Tan-Thang Market on Broadway in Chelsea on Wednesday.

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

An analysis shows that 189 municipalities pay more into the lottery than they get back as aid, including 58 where income is below the state average.

Business jets last year accounted for 17 percent of Hanscom’s activity, while smaller planes made the majority of flights.

Private jets drive demand at Hanscom

Military operations once dominated Hanscom Field, but today business travel like the private jet that crashed there Saturday is considered to be the future.

Bob Ryan | Appreciation

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/06/05/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/bob_ryan-13426.jpg Don Zimmer was truly a baseball man

Zimmer, who died Wednesday at age 83, was married at home plate. What else do you need to know about him?

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/06/01/BostonGlobe.com/National/Images/firm-big.jpg Scott Brown cuts ties to Florida company

The N.H. Republican Senate candidate abruptly resigned from an obscure firm and gave up stock initially valued at $1.3 million.

Malcolm Astley at his Wayland home, where his daughter, Lauren (below), lived before she was slain at 18. He is dedicated to ending dating violence.

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

Parents of slain teen dedicated to ending dating violence

The parents of Lauren Astley, who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, have become regional and national activists.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/06/05/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/tsar150-13401.jpg FBI reveals surveillance of friend of Tsarnaevs

Khairullozhon Matanov knew he was being tracked and complied with requests from federal agents, authorities said.

The Nation

Scott Brown cuts ties to Florida company

The Florida building where GDSI’s offices are located.

By Todd Wallack and Noah Bierman

The N.H. Republican Senate candidate abruptly resigned from an obscure firm and gave up stock initially valued at $1.3 million.

US hottest spots of warming: Northeast, Southwest

By Seth Borenstein

Northeastern states — led by Maine and Vermont — have gotten the hottest in the last 30 years in annual temperature, gaining 2.5 degrees on average

Runoff in Mississippi for GOP Senate nomination

Even if Chris McDaniel (right) defeats Senator Thad Cochran in the runoff June 24, Democrats face difficult odds in trying to capture the Mississippi seat in November.

By Jonathan Weisman

Challenger Chris McDaniel and veteran Sen. Thad Cochran plunged into a three-week campaign Wednesday to pick a Republican candidate.

The World

Obama pushes allies to remain tough on Russia

Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski and President Obama met in Warsaw on Wednesday.

By Peter Baker

President Obama finds himself pressed overseas by allies unsatisfied with his reassurances of resolve and others unimpressed with his arguments for action.

25 years later, Tiananmen Square largely quiet

On Wednesday, there was no trace of remembrance of the 1989 massacre in Tiananmen Square. Swarms of police patrolled the square and the roads leading up to it.

By William Wan

The only sign of that day’s lingering effects: swarms of police patrolling the square and stationed every few hundred feet on the roads leading up to it.

Taliban video shows details of US prisoner handover

By Matthew Rosenberg

Within hours of the video’s release, the Taliban website where it was posted was overwhelmed with traffic and crashed.

Editorial & Opinion

NICHOLAS BURNS

D-Day’s meaning

American troops of the 4th Infantry Division land on Utah Beach as Allied forces storm the Normandy coast on June 6, 1944.

By Nicholas Burns

Since that day, the connective tissue in American policy has been our commitment to human freedom in every part of the world.

Alex Beam

Writers love to hate Amazon, but why?

By Alex Beam

Amazon appears to be a threat to publishing, but the company often accounts for 50 percent or more of a writer’s sales.

JOAN VENNOCHI

Nice mayor, needs a vision

By Joan Vennochi

A post-Menino definition of vision would also be nice from Mayor Martin Walsh, who is committed to bringing a post-Menino niceness to city government.

Metro

Lottery often gives aid to affluent, takes from poor

Teresa Nguyen gave a lottery ticket for a customer as she worked behind the counter at Tan-Thang Market on Broadway in Chelsea on Wednesday.

By Catherine Cloutier

An analysis shows that 189 municipalities pay more into the lottery than they get back as aid, including 58 where income is below the state average.

FBI reveals surveillance of friend of Tsarnaevs

Undated photos of Khairullozhon Matanov.

By Milton J. Valencia

Khairullozhon Matanov knew he was being tracked and complied with requests from federal agents, authorities said.

Private jets drive demand at Hanscom

Business jets last year accounted for 17 percent of Hanscom’s activity, while smaller planes made the majority of flights.

By Laura Crimaldi and Brian MacQuarrie

Military operations once dominated Hanscom Field, but today business travel like the private jet that crashed there Saturday is considered to be the future.

More Stories

Brockton man accused of vow to kill wife

By Evan Allen and John R. Ellement

Yvonne Abraham

Change in managers restores facility’s health

By Yvonne Abraham

Two teens stabbed in Dorchester

By Zachary T. Sampson

FRAMINGHAM

Man injured by commuter rail train in Framingham

By Catalina Gaitan

Business

Four scientists emerge from local ‘shark tank’ as winners

Kevin O’Leary, a.k.a. Mr. Wonderful, drove home the point there are winners and losers — in business and in research.

By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

Eight scientists entered the competition at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and four left with $50,000 each in cash.

Tech Lab

Pack the right tech for vacation

By Hiawatha Bray

Unless you’re planning to travel backward in time, you’ll be carrying a fair amount of digital gear on your summer trips, so you’d better get it ready.

Former Irish bank chief awaits fate in bankruptcy case

David K. Drumm

By Casey Ross

Final arguments were made in the case, in which David Drumm may be forced to repay millions of dollars to his former bank.

Obituaries

Don Zimmer, 83; became iconic figure on ballfield

Manager Don Zimmer, chatting with Red Sox legend Ted Williams.

By Peter Abraham

Mr. Zimmer was one of the most recognized figures at Fenway Park, his full jowls prompting Sox pitcher Bill Lee to dub him The Gerbil.

Hanscom crash victim Lewis Katz remembered at memorial service

Bill Cosby spoke at the memorial service for Lewis Katz as USSenator Cory Booker, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett, former President Bill Clinton, former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, Temple University Board of Trustees chairman Patrick O'Connor, and Rabbi Aaron Krupnick loked on.

By Joseph A. Gambardello

A who’s who of sports, politics, media, and entertainment attended a memorial service for Katz, who was one of seven killed in the plane crash.

Melvin Glimcher, 88; doctor fascinated by bones’ structure

Dr. Melvin J. Glimcher helped develop the “Boston Arm” prosthesis.

By Emma Stickgold

Dr. Glimcher conducted research that in some instances upended previous theories in his field.

More Stories

Mourners recall life, generosity of Lewis Katz

By Jeff Gammage and Susan Snyder

Sports

INDIANS 7, red sox 4 (12 inn.)

Red Sox swept by Indians

Edward Mujica slumped back to the dugout after giving up the game-ending home run.

By Peter Abraham

Edward Mujica surrendered a walk-off home run in the 12th inning as the Red Sox lost their third straight game.

kings 3, rangers 2 (OT)

Kings beat Rangers in Stanley Cup opener

Drew Doughty scored for the Kings in the second period.

By Fluto Shinzawa

Justin Williams scored at 4:36 of overtime to give Los Angeles a 1-0 series lead.

On basketball

Ray Allen is still a threat for Heat

Heat guard Ray Allen is past his prime but remains determined to make a contribution in his team’s bid for a third straight title.

By Gary Washburn

One month before his 39th birthday, Allen, shooting for this second straight title in Miami, still can hit the big shot.

More Stories

Red Sox notebook

Red Sox set for MLB draft

By Peter Abraham

On baseball

Why can’t Daniel Nava get back on track?

By Nick Cafardo

Dan Shaughnessy

For David Ortiz, the rules are different

By Dan Shaughnessy

Bob Ryan | Appreciation

Don Zimmer was truly a baseball man

By Bob Ryan

Baseball roundup

Blue Jays top Tigers, 8-2

THE WEEK IN GOLF

Week in Golf: Stacy Lewis is No. 1 (again)

By Michael Whitmer

High school volleyball

Newton South rockets past Needham in volleyball, 3-2

By Liz Torres

NFL notebook

Patriots sign linebacker James Anderson

By Shalise Manza Young

Celtics notebook

Adreian Payne out to prove himself to NBA

By Baxter Holmes

STANLEY CUP NOTEBOOK

Rangers’ Brian Boyle now a fourth-line force

By Fluto Shinzawa

NBA Finals notebook

Notes: LeBron James defends Heat’s 2013 title

By Gary Washburn

G: Style

A 9-year-old fashion wunderkind finds a following

Tobias Otting, pictured sharing his work during an elementary showcase at Newton Montessori School, will give a talk about the importance of finding your voice and sharing it at Thursday’s TEDxCambridge.

By Christopher Muther

Newton fourth-grader Tobias Otting gave a TEDxCambridge talk thanks to the success of his blog.

Parents of slain teen dedicated to ending dating violence

Malcolm Astley at his Wayland home, where his daughter, Lauren (below), lived before she was slain at 18. He is dedicated to ending dating violence.

By Bella English

The parents of Lauren Astley, who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, have become regional and national activists.

Book Review

‘Carsick’ by John Waters

John Waters, shown at his Provincetown home, writes about his three hitchhiking treks — two imagined and one real — in “Carsick.”

By Michael Andor Brodeur

The true and untrue tales of the director’s cross-country hitchhiking jag offers a panoramic view of Waters’s twisted American landscape.

Globe North

Lynn hopes ferry boosts waterfront

Stuart Feldman of Swampscott, a Boston lawyer, says he plans to use the Lynn ferry regularly for his commute to the city.

By Steven A. Rosenberg

Lynn is hoping that some of the 40,000 drivers who head towards Boston on the Lynnway every day will choose to take a new Lynn-Boston ferry.

US aid not enough, Gloucester fishermen say

A charter fishing boat passes the Blynman Bridge as it leaves the Annisquam River and enters Gloucester Harbor.

By Steven A. Rosenberg

Area fishermen and marine analysts believe that $14.5 million in funds will only serve as a stopgap for an industry that has nearly collapsed.

State delivers $1.3m in aid for housing

By Kathy McCabe

Five area public housing authorities have received a combined $1.3 million in state funding to rehabilitate rental units for low-income families and the elderly.

Globe South

The last of the tramp houses

Rockland

 198 Spring St. Built: 1876 | Historical Commission member James R. Paul Jr. closes the  doors of the Tramp House, which is to be repaired and restored for new uses.

By Emily Sweeney

Around the turn of the previous century, tramp houses could be found in many communities across the state, especially along rail lines.

The last tramp houses in Massachusetts

Kingston
 15 Landing Road. Built: circa 1896

Here’s a list of the five tramp houses known to exist in Massachusetts.

It’s curtains for Plymouth circus performance

Miss Patty and Lulu the Elephant are headliners in the Cole Bros. Circus, which visits Plymouth on June 18-19.

By Emily Sweeney

Cole Bros. Circus will come to Plymouth for one more visit before a bylaw is expected to take effect and bans circus animals from performing.

Globe West

$3.6m Medway athletic complex OK’d, but rift remains

By Justin A. Rice

The approval of a plan to build a $3.6 million athletic complex continues to divide residents as the town.

Arlington

Arlington task force helps elders avoid abuse

By Emily Cataneo

A new coalition will conduct outreach and education to protect senior citizens from financial scams and emotional and physical abuse.

Arts

Bridging cultures by fusing music, dance

Natraj will be performing with Indian classical dancer Jayshree Bala Rajamani on Friday night in Framingham.

By Nancy Shohet West

The musical group Natraj would appear to have the intuitive understanding of their music that comes with having been born into a cultural tradition.