Feature Reporter

Sarah Schweitzer

Schweitzer is a feature writer for the Globe. She was named a Pulitzer finalist in feature writing in 2015 for her story “Chasing Bayla.” She joined the Globe in 2001. She previously reported for the St. Petersburg Times in Florida and the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire.

Latest stories

The life and times of Strider Wolf

By , Globe Staff

He has traveled so far, from near-fatal abuse to here, invisible among Maine’s poorest, in the care of grandparents who have little left to give but love.

Primary memories

When Howard Dean fans lost the beat

By , Globe Staff

New Hampshire voters couldn’t even hear Joan Jett’s classic ballad over the aftermath of Howard Dean’s infamous scream.

US shouldn’t challenge countries that require burkas, Trump says

By , Globe Staff

Donald Trump, waving a hand across his face, also said women might prefer wearing burkas because it obviates the need for make-up.

Dispute over Maine beach rights ends up in court

By , Globe Staff

A lawsuit lays bare the disruptive force of new money in a place of old-guard ways, where wealth long ensured that change came slowly, if ever.