Dow plunges 275 points after dismal jobs report

The stock market suffered its worst day of the year Friday amid concern about a global economic slowdown.

Tim Thomas spoke to the media in the Bruins’ locker room as the team packed up after the season.

Bruins assuming Thomas won’t return next season

GM Peter Chiarelli confirmed the goalkeeper is seriously considering not playing out the last season on his four-year, $20 million contract.

George Zimmerman appeared at  a bond hearing in Sanford, Fla., in April.

George Zimmerman’s bond revoked

A judge has revoked the bond of the man charged with killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, ordering him returned to jail within 48 hours.

Jermaine Goffigan Park, overgrown with weeds, at the corner of Blue Hill Avenue and Quincy Street in Roxbury.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

Memorial site for youngsters targeted for housing

A proposal to build a mixed-use development at Jermaine ­Goffigan Park in Roxbury has alarmed some neighbors.

Jason Zimmer, a supervisor for the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife, held a northern red-bellied cooter being released into Burrage Pond in Hanson.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Photo gallery

Globe photos of the week

The best photos taken this week by Globe staff photographers, as chosen by the Globe’s photo desk.

Brian McGrory

Warren: ‘I won’t deny who I am’

Elizabeth Warren conceded for the first time Thursday that she is worried about how the issue of her self-identification as a Native American has overwhelmed the campaign.

Gaspee Days Weekend.

Exclusive Magazine Preview

2012 New England Weekend Fun Guide

There never seem to be enough of them in New England’s too-brief summer. Here are things to do to make each one fabulous.

Businessman showing an ID card

To Grammar’s House

Identification, please

From “front-runner” to “casino mogul,” editors must be careful when applying identifying words and phrases to people.


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Celtics vs. Heat, 8:30 p.m.

Boston Celtics' Paul Pierce looked to pass to a teammate as Miami Heat players Dwyane Wade and Shane Battier defended during Game 2 on Wednesday.

Celtics to focus on intensity, not referees, in Game 3

The Heat tend to draw fouls this season, while the Celtics tend to commit more than their opponents. Blame those trends, not referees, for the free-throw disparity.

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