A staff photographer for 29 years, Kreiter won the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for Outstanding Coverage of the Problems of the Disadvantaged in 1992. She originated the Globe’s first Photographer column in 1996, and won the American Society of News Editors Award in 2007.
By Felicia Gans and Suzanne Kreiter , Globe Staff
Cultivate is set to become one of the first shops to open for recreational sales in Massachusetts. The Globe got a look inside the business.
By Suzanne Kreiter ,
Finding safe, enriching, and affordable summer camp for typical children is often a challenge for parents. But for children with complex physical, behavioral, and intellectual needs, that search is even more difficult. At Franciscan Children’s in Brighton, several weeks of summer camps are offered so that children and families feel supported year round. “Just because a child can’t stand independently doesn’t mean they shouldn’t get to hit a baseball,” says Franciscan CEO John D. Nash. “We’re about focusing on possibilities, not the child’s limitations.”
By Andy Rosen and Suzanne Kreiter , Globe Staff
“He was an absolutely lovable guy,” said Clark Young’s former boss, Robert Dever, standing in the office where he held a retirement breakfast for Young just six months ago.