Reporter

Eric Moskowitz

With the Globe since 2007, Moskowitz is a general assignment reporter and features writer on the Metro desk, focusing partly on higher education. He spent three years covering transportation for the Globe and worked previously for The Standard-Times of New Bedford and the Concord (N.H.) Monitor. In 2005, the New England Society of Newspaper Editors named him community newspaper reporter of the year. A Needham native, he sold souvenirs at Fenway Park in high school.

Latest stories

Nor’easter delivered less drama, more fun than forecast

By , Globe Staff

With businesses and schools closed and most heeding the emergency travel ban, the result felt like a lot of snow but not a lot of Sturm und Drang.

Her decision, their life

By , Globe Staff

A Boston Marathon survivor’s journey as she debates whether to live with pain or become a double-amputee.

Olympic bid has Boston asking: ‘Huh? What inferiority complex?’

By , Globe Staff

Beyond the animating debate over the merits of the Olympics, the news has stoked questions of how we, and others, see our city.

Waltham man accused of killing wife

By and , Globe Staff

A seemingly petty squabble set off a chain of events that ended with the suspect pleading to be shot, police said.