02 General News

1st. Erin Clark / The Boston Globe

Hundreds of displaced Ukrainians press against a metal fence on July 4, 2022 as they patiently wait to be seen by a Boston-based group called Cash for Refugees in Chernivtsi, Ukraine. Founded by Natasha and Semyon Dukach, the couple has made it their mission to connect displaced Ukrainians with small amounts of cash to buy day-to-day necessities — phone cards, children’s clothing, soap and toothpaste, laptop chargers.

2nd. Nancy Lane / The Boston Herald

Maral and Jim Burditt mother and stepfather to Massachusetts State Trooper Tamar Bucci ,react after receiving the Massachusetts flag after the funeral for Bucci at St. Anthony of Padua Church on March 9, 2022 in Revere, MA. Extended family stands in the background. Bucci was killed in the line of duty when her cruiser was struck by a tanker truck while she attempted to assist a driver on Interstate 93.

3rd. Erin Clark / The Boston Globe

Congregants pray along the border wall while attending the Border Church / La Iglesia Fronteriza in Tijuana, Mexico on September 18, 2022. For over ten years, people from both the United States and Mexico have gathered each Sunday afternoon to share communion at Friendship Park, the historic meeting place where the border wall meets the Pacific Ocean. But since the pandemic, visitors are kept back at least 50 feet, prohibiting families and friends from having any contact.

HM. John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe

Scituate- 01/29/22 Cooper Prophet(left) and his mother, Tjona(cq) Prophet battle the strong winds as they came to look at the flooding on Cole Parkway on the waterfront Saturday morning. They live in Scituate and walked to the area. The blizzard caused flooding along the shore in Scituate during the 8a.m. morning high tide as wind whipped snow caused blinding conditions