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Emily Sweeney

Sweeney is a staff reporter and member of the Globe’s speakers bureau. She frequently gives talks at schools, universities, and industry events. She also serves as president of the New England chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

Latest stories

The evolution of Columbia Point from calf pasture to UMass home and Kennedy capital

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A Globe reporter with roots in Dorchester reflects on the neighborhood and its growing appeal.

Blotter Tales

An abandoned car holds a big surprise

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Police are surprised at what they find in abandoned car, a bank robber tries to flee in a taxi cab, and more tales from the region’s police blotters.

An abandoned car holds a big surprise, birthday gifts are lost and found, and an alleged bank robber tries to escape in a taxi (Blotter Tales: March 29, 2015)

By , Globe Staff

Police are surprised at what they find in abandoned car, birthday gifts go missing, and a bank robber tries to flee in a taxi cab.

Sullivan’s looking to expand to Hingham

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A second location would be an evolution for Sullivan’s, which opened on Castle Island in 1951.