BostonGlobe.com Headlines - September 22, 2014 September 24, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Why beheading?: There are other ways to terrorize, other gruesome means of mass murder. Jeff Jacoby details the latest. Irish outpouring for Walsh underscores immigrants’ legacy: The Connemara region has long been defined by the people who have left — immigrants like Marty Walsh’s parents. Andrew Ryan reports. As Red Sox sputter to an end, fans take it in stride: Thanks to three recent World Series victories, even diehard fans seemed to shrug off this season’s struggles. Peter Schworm reports. Sick leave measure divides workers, businesses: In November, Mass. voters will weigh in on a plan to let workers earn sick time. Akilah Johnson details the story. Billing dispute leads to blocked patient data in Maine: The battle, which pitted a tiny medical office against a German corporation, may have broader implications. Christopher Rowland reports. Child poverty continues to climb in Mass.: The issue is partly caused by costly day care and housing and the proliferation of low-wage jobs, specialists said. Katie Johnston details the latest. Even Tom Brady can’t save Patriots offense: Brady has covered up a lot of deficiencies over the years, but this time the Patriots have spread the offense too thin. Christopher L. Gasper details the story.