Laura Crimaldi joined the Globe staff in 2014 after working as a business and news producer for Boston.com. A graduate of Smith College, Crimaldi has been covering news in New England since 2001.
Registry fails to alert local police of trouble drivers, flouts law enacted after 2014 traffic tragedy
By Laura Crimaldi and Matt Stout , Globe Staff
A Globe review has found the agency has failed to send notifications about license suspensions and revocations to municipal police departments in compliance with “Haley’s law.”
By Laura Crimaldi , Globe Staff
Thousands of people visited the Dorchester museum Saturday to mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 crew’s extraordinary feat.
By Vernal Coleman and Laura Crimaldi , Globe Staff
Acting in the wake of a horrific crash last month involving a Massachusetts man who should not have had commercial driver’s license, Governor Baker is proposing legislation to strengthen the state’s laws regulating such drivers.
By Laura Crimaldi, Matt Rocheleau and Vernal Coleman , Globe Staff
In a memo Friday, state officials said that since the review began, the “number of actions taken totals 2,039 suspensions issued pertaining to 1,607 unique drivers.”