Reporter

Andrew Ryan

Andrew Ryan is an investigative reporter for The Boston Globe. He joined the newspaper in 2006 as a breaking news reporter. In 2010, he became City Hall bureau chief and covered the final term longtime Mayor Thomas M. Menino and the first term of Mayor Martin J. Walsh. He has worked to keep elected officials accountable and has written about influence peddling in state and city government. He was part of a team of reporters who wrote an award-winning, five-part series about the Bowdoin-Geneva neighborhood of Boston.

Prior to joining the Globe, Ryan wrote for the Associated Press in Boston, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, The Day in New London, Conn., and the Highbridge Horizon in the Bronx.

Latest stories

In wake of Spotlight series on race, a growing dialogue emerging

By , Globe Staff

Discussions are popping up in suburban softball leagues, downtown office buildings, and a new “black space” for diverse cultural offerings in the Seaport.

State ordered to release diversity data on public employees

By , Globe Staff

A ruling says the public has a right to know the racial and ethnic demographics of 90,000 people whose payrolls are processed by the comptroller.

How the 1967 mayoral race changed Boston

By , Globe Staff

In the 1967 mayoral election, the future and image of Boston seemed at stake — and they were.

For nearly two centuries, this chapel has endured in Boston

By , Globe Staff

The state’s oldest Catholic Church commemorates a largely forgotten fight for religious tolerance that gave Catholicism its foothold in New England.