Peter Schworm

Schworm is a general-assignment reporter for the Metro section, and covers breaking news while writing enterprise and feature stories. He enjoys writing human interest and slice-of-life pieces. A former higher-education and suburban reporter, he has been at the Globe since 2001.

Latest stories

Southie snowbanks add wrinkle to parade planning

By , Globe Staff

Organizers say they want the parade to proceed as scheduled in South Boston, where mountains of snow have turned driving and parking into a free-for-all.

Barn roof collapses in Norwell, 14 horses rescued

By and Aneri Pattani , Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent

Several of the horses had been trapped by fallen debris but none were badly injured.

Boston’s Superintendent Finalists

Tommy Chang, a reformer with commitment to students

By , Globe Staff

Although Tommy Chang oversees more than 130 public schools, he still considers himself foremost a teachers.

Plainville teen accused of urging friend to kill himself

By , Globe Staff

Michelle Carter, 18, allegedly told Conrad Roy III to “get back in” his truck when he had second thoughts.