Hanna Krueger is a general assignment reporter on the Globe’s Express Desk. Prior to joining The Boston Globe in 2019, she reported on criminal justice and culture for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, La. and worked for NBC News on the Washington, DC desk. Krueger grew up in St. Louis, Mo. and graduated from Amherst College with a degree in English Literature and a laundry list of sports injuries.
By Hanna Krueger and Shirley Leung , Globe Staff
A Facebook message and a bankruptcy filing spelled the unceremonious end to the No Name Restaurant, a storied, 102-year-old Boston establishment that manifested the American dream and served a diverse cast of locals and tourists over the years.
By Dugan Arnett and Hanna Krueger , Globe Staff
For many members of the local Jewish community, the rise in anti-Semitic violence has left them grappling with a tricky personal calculus: How to continue taking pride in their heritage and beliefs — while not making themselves targets.
By Gal Tziperman Lotan, Hanna Krueger and Amanda Milkovits , Globe Staff
A mother apparently killed herself after her two children fell to their deaths in a likely double murder-suicide at a parking garage at Northeastern University on Christmas Day.
Winter hasn’t officially started. And some Massachusetts schools have already logged five snow days.
By Hanna Krueger , Globe Staff
One in five school districts has logged three or more closures due to inclement weather this academic year. Eight have closed for four days, including Worcester, the state’s second-biggest system.