BostonGlobe.com Headlines - October 29, 2014 October 29, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: In last big debate, Coakley, Baker show emotional side: The gubernatorial debate took a surprising turn on what seemed like a throwaway question: When was the last time you cried? Mark Arsenault and Joshua Miller report. Gubernatorial rivals give voters a strange debate: While Charlie Baker’s alternatively surly and sentimental sides both came out, Martha Coakley, too, reinforced voter perceptions of herself. Jim O’Sullivan details the latest. Boston hospitals balk at call for an Ebola center: Specialists say the requirements would prove too burdensome to designate one hospital as the state’s primary Ebola treatment hub. Felice J. Freyer reports. Tsarnaev friend found guilty of lying in bombing investigation: Robel Phillipos, who was found guilty on two counts, faces a maximum sentence of eight years in prison on each count. Patricia Wen, John R. Ellement and Laura Crimaldi detail the story. Partners HealthCare chief met a trail of resistance: Industry insiders say Gary Gottlieb’s aggressive push for change and hands-on management style alienated many. Robert Weisman and Priyanka Dayal McCluskey report. Fall River ‘lunch lady’ saved the day: When 11-year-old Dominick Hernandez started choking on a nacho, Christine Saurette rushed to help. Nestor Ramos details the latest. Police agencies’ endorsements split between Baker, Coakley: Charlie Baker garnered support from the State Police while Martha Coakley is backed by the state’s largest police union. Maria Cramer reports.