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

After 92 years, a Dorchester hardware landmark closes

By Eric Moskowitz , Globe Staff

A fixture for nearly a century, the small Hamilton Hardware cannot compete against massive competitors and is closing the Bowdoin-Geneva business.

For 26 miles, cheers filled the air

By Eric Moskowitz , Globe Staff

Everywhere, of course, there were reminders of a year ago, but the prevailing mood was celebratory, not somber.

With 2014 Boston Marathon, Boston moves forward

By Laura Crimaldi, Eric Moskowitz, John R. Ellement and Martin Finucane , Globe Staff

With last year’s attack not far from many people’s minds, enthusiastic crowds greeted tens of thousands of runners under brilliant skies.

From Marathon calamity, newlyweds’ bond deepens

By Eric Moskowitz , Globe Staff

The first blast cost each of them part of a limb, but Patrick Downes and Jessica Kensky share a resolve to figure out life together.