03 Feature 1st. Jessica Rinaldi / The Boston Globe Rockland, ME — 8/10/21 — Lobsterwoman Virginia Oliver tosses back an undersized lobster as she and her son, Max, haul together in the Gulf of Maine. At 101 years-old Virginia may be the oldest lobsterwoman in the world. “I grew up with this,” said Virginia Oliver, a Rockland woman who began lobstering when she was 8, just before the Great Depression. Oliver said she has no intention of retiring. When asked how long she would continue lobstering, “Until I die,” she said. “And I don’t know when that will be.” 2nd. John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe Hingham-07/14/21 Carol Marshall of Hingham, find a quiet spot on a bench overlooking the rolling hills at World’s End Reservation. As the pandemic continued, people spent more time outdoors. 3rd. John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe Sandwich 07/21/21 Youngsters jump from the beloved Sandwich boardwalk into the water of the marsh below. A landmark since the 19th century, it is slated to be replaced. Preservationists are fighting to save it. HM1. John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe Brighton- 07/27/21 Milo Alligood, 7 months from Adams, Mass. was given a farewell bubble parade by nurses and staff as he was discharged from Franciscan Children’s Hospital Tuesday morning. His parents, Amber Foster and Christian Alligood carried him out of his room while he is on a portable ventilator. Milo received specialized treatment for an extremely rare genetic condition called HIDEA. Only 20 people in the world have been diagnosed with this disorder. He is dependent on a ventilator to breathe and a G-tube for his nutrition. He is going home for the first time since his birth.