Deanna Pan

Deanna Pan is a features and enterprise reporter on the Globe’s Express Desk. Prior to joining The Boston Globe in 2019, she wrote for The Post and Courier in Charleston, S.C. and The Pacific Northwest Inlander in Spokane, Washington. In 2019, she was honored as a Pulitzer Prize finalist in feature writing for a series she co-authored on the unjust execution of 14-year-old George Stinney Jr., the youngest person put to death in modern U.S. history. Deanna grew up in the suburbs of Cincinnati and graduated from Ohio State University, where she changed her major almost a dozen times before settling on English.

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Southie’s line in the sand is at M Street Beach

By , Globe Staff

Longtime residents don’t like the parade of skimpy bikinis or the caravan of Ubers clogging L Street and Day Boulevard. Young professionals who’ve moved to Southie say it’s the place to be.

A day at South Station: A gateway to Boston, an intersection of many different lives

By , Globe Staff

Each morning, as the first traces of dawn kiss an inkblot sky, South Station, Boston’s busiest transit hub after Logan International Airport, opens to a crush of humanity.

Sailing community mourns death of trailblazer Sandra Tartaglino

By , Globe Staff

As one of the few female skippers of Formula 18s, a popular class of two-person catamaran sailboats, Tartaglino competed at some of the highest levels of sailing.

‘He is always with girls’

By , Globe Staff

Carlos Rivera has been accused of sexually assaulting and giving cocaine to 13-year-old Chloe Ricard before her death. A Globe investigation reveals that he allegedly has a history of preying on teen girls, and may have committed sex- and drug-related crimes against “more than a dozen” other potential victims.