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Todd Gieg has spent years building a hyper-realistic model of the Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn Railroad.

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Making a diorama of a 19th-century North Shore railroad has consumed this man’s life

Todd Gieg has mostly eschewed his day job to construct a hyper-realistic replica of a long-forgotten narrow-gauge passenger railroad and the seaside towns it rolled through.

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The women of 2020 plan to embrace policies that affect mothers and working parents more broadly.

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A federal jury last year found that State Police unfairly denied a black applicant. Now, he wants a judge to order the agency to give him a job.

New England Baptist Hospital to launch campaign to attract more low-income patients

The renowned institution where Boston Celtics and amateur athletes alike go sits amid two of Boston’s neediest neighborhoods. Yet just a tiny fraction of its patients are poor.

Debee Tlumacki for The Boston Globe

Debee Tlumacki for The Boston Globe

SEAN P. MURPHY | THE FINE PRINT

Lacrosse standout is benched because his head is too big

A former high school all-star, Alex Chu was recruited for lacrosse at Wheaton College. But now he can’t join his team on the field because they can’t find a helmet large enough for him.

Business & Tech

SEAN P. MURPHY | THE FINE PRINT

Lacrosse standout is benched because his head is too big

Debee Tlumacki for The Boston Globe

By Sean P. Murphy

A former high school all-star, Alex Chu was recruited for lacrosse at Wheaton College. But now he can’t join his team on the field because they can’t find a helmet large enough for him.

Obituaries

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ sister Lee Radziwill dies at 85

Mrs. Radziwill (left) was the sister of former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Above: the sisters in London in 1965.

By Robert D. McFadden

Mrs. Radziwill shared the qualities of wealth, social status, and ambition with her older sister.

Dr. Russell Boles Jr., a physician who was a healer of bodies and souls, dies at 96

Dr. Boles was a trustee at New England Baptist Hospital.

By Bryan Marquard

Affiliated for decades with New England Baptist, Dr. Boles was the doctor of choice for patients from the Kennedy compound on Cape Cod to Mattapan.

Sports

MIAA BOYS’ SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

St. John’s Prep, Wayland boys’ rule the pool in D1, D2 state meets

BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 2/17/19, St. John's Prep swimmers celebrate their fourth straight Division 1 championship.

By Thomas Herron

Depth fueled Eagles’ fourth consecutive D1 title; Warriors dominated in a runaway D2 victory for their third straight title.