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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‘I want the people of God to enjoy liberty’: Pastor at Maine super-spreader wedding gives a defiant indoor sermon

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The officiant of a now-infamous Aug. 7 wedding in Millinocket gave a defiant sermon during an indoor church service on Sunday, just a day after Maine’s CDC announced it was investigating a coronavirus outbreak among those affiliated with the Sanford church.

How an intimate wedding in rural Maine led to the state’s largest COVID outbreak, a disaster that spread hundreds of miles

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The town of Millinocket had not recorded a single case of coronavirus. One celebration would change all of that.

‘They’re agitators, they’re rioters, they’re looters’: Trump decries recent protests during N.H. campaign rally

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As supporters awaited the president's arrival, fewer than half appeared to be wearing masks, despite a state requirement.

What’s this ‘racist frat’ Joe Kennedy belonged to in college?

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Senator Edward Markey has seized on Kennedy’s connection to that troubled fraternity, citing his involvement as an example of poor judgment and his disassociation mere political expediency.