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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

Most Ferguson protesters in Boston have charges downgraded, dismissed

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An estimated 1,400 demonstrators took part in protests, and at one point marched onto the Mass. Ave. Connector near I-93.

Around Boston, contrasting views on Ferguson ruling

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Some black residents said the ruling was the product of racial injustice, but in predominantly white neighborhoods, some said the decision was justified.

Across city, a sense of resigned anger toward Ferguson

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The day after a grand jury decided not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, some black residents of Boston said the ruling was the product of racial injustice that seems deeply resistant to change. But downtown and in predominantly white neighborhoods, some said the grand jury’s decision was justified.

Ex-teacher’s aide, 85, arraigned on indecent assault charges

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Charles Ramsey is accused of indecently assaulting a student at a Roxbury school earlier this month.