Nicole Dungca works on the Globe’s projects and investigations team.
She joined the Globe’s newsroom in 2014 to write about transportation. She previously covered education and breaking news at The Oregonian, and has also written for The Providence Journal and The Times-Picayune in New Orleans.
By Andrew Ryan, Beth Healy, Dan Adams, Nicole Dungca, Todd Wallack and editor Patricia Wen of The Boston Globe Spotlight Team. Ryan wrote this story. ,
Marijuana may be the hot, new retail business in town, but it largely plays by the old political rules.
By Nicole Dungca, Dan Adams, Beth Healy, Andrew Ryan, Todd Wallack, editor Patricia Wen of the Spotlight Team. This story was written by Dungca and Adams. ,
The race to open Mattapan Square’s first pot shop raises questions about trust and who gets to cash in.
By Nicole Dungca and Jenn Abelson , Globe Staff
Massachusetts is one of a small number of states that allow private citizens to go before clerk magistrates to lodge serious criminal complaints that are vetted, and sometimes settled, in secretive hearings.
By Nicole Dungca , Globe Staff
Trial Court Chief Justice Paula Carey convened a “Trial Court Working Group” to review the way these hearings operate, according to court spokeswoman Jennifer Donahue.