Sarah Schweitzer

Schweitzer is a features writer for the Globe. She joined the Globe in 2001. Schweitzer previously reported for the St. Petersburg Times in Florida and the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire.

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Two years after bombings, Marathon survivors ready to run

By , Globe Staff

There is a push to move beyond what Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his brother, Tamerlan, wrought.

A scoundrel finds refuge in family’s N.H. town

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After jail, former super-broker Charles Howard went home, to the town where everyone knew him and some, incredibly, bought his act again.

Parole board in N.H. frees killer in Pamela Smart case

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In 1990, ‘‘Billy’’ Flynn and three friends carried out what prosecutors said was Smart’s plot to murder her husband.

Revitalization of N.H. mill town takes unusual ideas

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Franklin, N.H., had fallen far from its heyday, and there seemed few paths back. Then a newcomer blew in, with cash, a bold idea, and the will to back it up.