Jenna Russell

A contributor to award-winning Globe projects including “68 Blocks: Life, Death, Hope,” based on a year of reporting in a Boston neighborhood, Jenna Russell is a co-author of two Globe books: “Last Lion,” a biography of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, and “Long Mile Home,” about the Boston Marathon bombing. As a member of the Spotlight investigative team, she helped expose failures of the state’s mental health care system, work that was recognized as a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2017.

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After mass shooting at Pittsburgh synagogue, elders in Wellesley temple look to the past

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Elders at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley reflected in the aftermath of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.

Lawrence businesses fight for survival as gas remains shut off

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The neighborhood is dense and working-class, long a home to immigrants and the businesses they built with grit and hard-won savings.

The world, the stage, the way ahead

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Lost and alone, Deb made a decision to reclaim the only home she’d ever had, whatever the risk.

At the church she called home, she found her own quiet way to protest

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Rebecca Shipman Hurst, like many ordinary Catholics, had to navigate her own faith to find a way to signal her disapproval of more revelations of abuse in the church.