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This page displays articles I have written for The Boston Globe and its website, Boston.com since becoming a Your Town Correspondent in September 2010, and working a shift for the Globe's Metro Desk since September 2011. There are also articles I wrote during my six-month co-op with the Globe West bureau in Framingham, between July and December 2009 and several stories I wrote on a freelance basis during spring 2010.

The online version of each story from www.boston.com is compiled in an Adobe PDF portfolio file. The articles are in order starting with the most recent story I wrote to the first story I wrote. The Adobe portfolio style format offers a preview of each article which can be enlarged when double-clicked. The entire portfolio is searchable and artticles can also be accessed in list view, downloaded, printed and e-mailed.

The publication dates may be out of order since some stories were held for photos, timing, etc.

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Notes:

  • The "Friends, family recall 75-year-old man killed in Brighton" article (527.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporter Brian R. Ballou. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "People voice frustration, stress with debt-ceiling deadlock" article (515.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporters Peter Schworm and Vivian Yee. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Officials take precautions as heat wave sweeps area" article (503.5) was a contribution to a story written by fellow correspondent Laura J. Nelson. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "33 students treated after pepper spray is released in Brighton" article (453) was a joint effort with fellow correspondent Katherine Landergan. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "Jackson victorious in race for Turner’s council seat" article (389.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporter Andrew Ryan. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Bias alleged in Boston school closing plan" article (370.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporter Milton J. Valencia. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Jackson, Mills top big field in City Council preliminary" article (367.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporter John M. Guilfoil. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Voters trickle to polls in preliminary ballot to replace Turner on council" article (367) was a joint effort with fellow correspondent Cara Bayles. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "MBTA reports rise in crimes" article (346) was a joint effort with fellow correspondent L. Finch. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The six articles on MBTA crime data (340-345) were a joint effort with fellow correspondents Sara Brown and Jeremy C. Fox. All of our names appear in the bylines.
  • The "Weather threatens students’ vacations" article (334) was a joint effort with fellow correspondent Jenna Duncan. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "Storm battered area begins digging out" article (313.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporters Michael Levenson and Noah Bierman. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Website letting users rate BU women raises objections" article (290) was a joint effort with fellow correspondent Stewart Bishop. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "NU alum killed in hit-and-run had just begun interpreting career" article (272) was a joint effort with staff reporter David Abel. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "District 6 voters narrow their choices for councilor" article (228) was a joint effort with staff reporter John M. Guilfoil. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "School closings may not ease woes" article (210.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporter James Vaznis. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Creem and other incumbents fend off primary challengers" article (159.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporter Andrea Estes. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Amid furor, priest gets support" article (146) was a a joint effort with staff reporter Lisa Wangsness. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "Anger turns toward staff in bullying case" article (145.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporters Peter Schworm and Milton J. Valencia. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Babson dean provides rebuttal on 'lazy American students'" article (145) was a joint effort with correspondent Jason Woods. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "Voters a rare sight at some polling places" article (129.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporters Matt Viser, Andrew Ryan, Michael Rezendes, and Noah Bierman. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Senate hopefuls dash to primary day" article (127) was a joint effort with staff reporters Brian C. Mooney and Matt Viser, and correspondent Jack Nicas. All of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "Natick man pleads guilty in drug case" article (124) was a joint effort with correspondent Megan McKee. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "Mass. adult and a child under age 4 die of swine flu" article (114.5) was a contribution to a story written by correspondent Stephanie S. Daly. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Mayoral choice puts Newton in unique category" article (108.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporter Kathleen Burge. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Incumbents fall as history made" article (90.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporters Erica Noonan and Katheleen Conti. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Couple's deaths shock Newton" article (77.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporters David Abel and John R. Ellement. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Conductor uses a Wii, two computers to make a symphony" article (59) was a joint effort with correspondent Denise Taylor. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "8 years later, memories of 9/11 still ache" article (43.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporter Peter Schworm. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Many listen; some districts tune out" article (41.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporters Peter Schworm and Lisa Kocian. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Fall votes likely on optional tax hikes" article (40) was a joint effort with correspondent Calvin Hennick. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "American Legion building demolished" article (34) was a joint effort with staff reporter Lisa Kocian. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "Lawyer parents deny son's allegations in drug case" article (27) was a joint effort with staff reporter and deputy bureau chief Erica Noonan. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "Stores cite rising toll from thefts" article (22) was a joint effort with staff reporter and deputy bureau chief Erica Noonan. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "The eyesore in town center" article (19.5) was a contribution to a story written by staff reporter Kathleen Burge. My name is not in the byline but appears at the bottom.
  • The "Needham board votes to ban tobacco sales in pharmacies" article (8) was a joint effort with correspondent Kathryn Eident. Both of our names appear in the byline.
  • The "Why was Newton South picked No. 1 by Sports Illustrated?" article (6) was a joint effort with correspondent Ben Terris. Both of our names appear in the byline.