Eric Moskowitz

Moskowitz is a Metro reporter who joined the Globe in 2007. He contributed to the paper’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the marathon bombings and has won multiple honors for feature writing and reporting. He previously worked for the Concord (N.H.) Monitor and The Standard-Times of New Bedford, after studying history at the University of Pennsylvania. A Needham native and Boston sports fan, he sold souvenirs at Fenway Park in high school and shares Celtics season tickets today.

Latest stories

Couple who lost limbs in bombings opposes death penalty

By , Globe Staff

Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes said they have wrestled with their feelings about Tsarnaev in the two years since the bombing.

Remains found in Cambridge still mystify neighbors

By and Jan Ransom , Globe Staff

Police on Saturday found the remains stuffed into a duffel bag near Biogen, then discovered more in a nearby apartment building.

Victims testify at Boston Marathon bombing trial

By , Globe Staff

Three survivors took the stand on the trial’s first day and spoke in vivid detail about experiences they had rarely shared.

Unrelenting snowfall darkening our moods

By and , Globe Staff

From commuting odysseys to back-wrenching shoveling, this winter is wrecking the region’s collective psyche.