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Zoe Greenberg

Zoe Greenberg is a general assignment reporter for The Boston Globe, which she joined in 2019. Previously she worked as a researcher at The New York Times and as an investigative reporter at Rewire News. She has covered #MeToo scandals, women’s healthcare in prison, the booming blood plasma industry, and a fiery court battle over an herbalist brew.

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Students storm the State House, ask why Mass. hasn’t done more to cut emissions

By , Globe Staff

Hundreds of young people rallied Friday in Copley Square and then headed to Beacon Hill. The students support a bill that would require the state to get all of its energy from renewable sources by 2045.

Students storm the State House, ask why Mass. hasn’t done more to cut emissions

By , Globe Staff

The students are supporting a bill that would require the state to get all of its energy from renewable sources by 2045.

Boston Children’s Theatre was just getting on financial footing. Then came the explosive allegations

By , Globe Staff

After its former artistic director was accused of improprieties, several major donors withdrew promised money, prompting the theater group to close down.

So what’s it like being mayor of a city the size of South Bend? Mass. mayors have a clue

By , Globe Staff

What, exactly, was Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s day-to-day life like over the past seven years?