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

In Readville, a mayor who was a neighbor first

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In Thomas Menino’s neighborhood, old friends mourned the loss of an easygoing, conscientious neighbor.

Fond memories of Menino from across Boston

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“You know, he was a regular guy, he really, really was,” said Judy Pais, a neighbor of the Meninos since the late 1970s.

Ex-mayor Buddy Cianci receives folk hero’s welcome

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The crowd at the latest stop on the trail greeted Cianci not as a corrupt politician, but as the man who revived downtown Providence.

John McCain, Kelly Ayotte make pitch for Brown in N.H.

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Republican Scott Brown on Monday campaigned with two of the most popular politicians in the state’s recent history.