John Tlumacki

A staff photographer for 30 years, Tlumacki was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in photography for his coverage of the fall of the Berlin Wall. His assignments have included war refugees in Uganda, three winter Olympics, to surveillance photos of corrupt public servants.

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Boston cemeteries see large increase in burials due to coronavirus

By and , Globe Staff

Cemetery departments have been working essentially nonstop for about the last two months as the coronavirus pandemic ruthlessly claims its victims by the dozens -- and relatives and friends turn to the city’s three active cemeteries as the final resting place for their loved ones.

First responders pull man from water in South Boston

By John Hilliard and , Globe Correspondent and Globe Staff

Rescue crews pulled a conscious and alert man from the water near East First Street in South Boston Friday morning, a Boston Fire Department spokesman said.

Reindeer are right at home on this Vermont farm

By , Globe Staff

Pauline Broe, known locally as “The Reindeer Lady,” has taken in many rescued animals with her husband, John — including Dasher, Cupid, and Prancer.

Photos: A night with Chris Sale on the mound

By , Globe Staff

Check out these Globe photos of the Red Sox lefty at work.