A contributor to award-winning Globe projects including “68 Blocks: Life, Death, Hope,” based on a year of reporting in a Boston neighborhood, Jenna Russell is a co-author of two Globe books: “Last Lion,” a biography of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, and “Long Mile Home,” about the Boston Marathon bombing. As a member of the Spotlight investigative team, she helped expose failures of the state’s mental health care system, work that was recognized as a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2017.
By Emily Sweeney, Laura Crimaldi, Cristela Guerra, Jenna Russell and Alana Levene , Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent
The storm rendered main thoroughfares impassable, forced people from their homes, and compelled first responders to make daring rescues of motorists.
The Last Refugee
By Jenna Russell and Photographed by Suzanne Kreiter , Globe Staff
Third in a series of occasional articles on the Syrian families resettling here, and the local people assisting them.
By Jenna Russell , Globe Staff
The families of children with complex medical needs asked legislators to help ensure access to nursing care.
By Jenna Russell , Globe staff
We had traveled 1,500 miles west — and 130 years into the past. I was in “Little House” heaven.