BostonGlobe.com Headlines - Jan. 22, 2015 January 23, 2015 Here are highlights from today's Globe. Olympic Games would transform industrial district: Organizers see the so-called Midtown area as the one-day site of a new neighborhood connecting South Boston and the South End. Mark Arsenault and Michael Levenson report. Win or lose, Patriots have sacrificed their legacy: Even with a fourth Lombardi Trophy, all of their accomplishments will be tainted. Dan Shaughnessy details the latest. Slain Brigham doctor recalled as caring, ‘visionary’: Michael Davidson was remembered as a brilliant physician who took risks for patients’ well-being. Felice J. Freyer and Liz Kowalczyk report. Brigham shooter felt betrayed after mother died, says brother: Suspected Brigham shooter Stephen Pasceri apparently suspected that medication his mother took during her most recent illness led to her death. Laura Crimaldi and Peter Schworm detail the latest. If economy is humming, why does Mass. show a deficit?: The state has budget gap of about $765 million because some expenses are higher and some revenues are lower than expected. Joshua Miller reports. Lack of Olympics debate is chilling: If Boston 2024 organizers are so confident their vision is irresistible, why are they so stingy about letting people speak their minds? Yvonne Abraham details the latest. Has the air been taken out of the Patriots’ brand?: First there was ‘Spygate.’ Now underinflated balls are damaging the team’s reputation — and possibly hurting its bottom line. Callum Borchers details the story. In packed ceremony, Maura Healey sworn in as AG: Healey pledged to run an office guided by values of responsiveness, inclusion, and integrity. Stephanie Ebbert reports. Charlie Baker should focus on wind: State support for natural gas could hurt thriving local clean-energy industries. Roger Berkowitz and Gerard Dhooge detail the story.