Eric Moskowitz

Moskowitz is a Metro reporter who joined the Globe in 2007. He contributed to the paper’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the marathon bombings and has won multiple honors for feature writing and reporting. He previously worked for the Concord (N.H.) Monitor and The Standard-Times of New Bedford, after studying history at the University of Pennsylvania. A Needham native and Boston sports fan, he sold souvenirs at Fenway Park in high school and shares Celtics season tickets today.

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Cambridge programmer awarded highest US honor

By , Globe Staff

Margaret Hamilton started writing computer code at MIT in 1960. Tuesday, she won the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

The prosthetic of the future

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Doctors said the device, developed by Brigham and Women’s and MIT, would allow its user to control it with brain waves.

The tragedy that Boston forgot

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One hundred years ago, a horrific trolley accident on Summer Street killed 46 people. Although it was dubbed the “worst tragedy in the history of the city” at the time, it has now been all but erased from memory.

McDonald’s worker in Needham retires after 32 years at the french fry station

By , Globe Staff

Freia David’s smile, enthusiasm, and her daily hugs made the McDonald’s in Needham more than just a restaurant.