The son of a circus performer and an anthropology professor, Jack Lepiarz received his broadcasting degree from Emerson College, where he worked as an anchor, producer, and news director for WERS 88.9 FM.
He joined WBUR in the Spring of 2010, and maintains a healthy love for performing and the circus.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Peter Theo Curtis, who was freed by a Syrian extremist group last weekend, made his first public statement Wednesday since his release.
BOSTON — Dawnn Jaffier, 26, was a volunteer at City Year, the Boys & Girls Club and worked with the nonprofit school program Playworks.
REVERE, Mass. — A major clean up project is underway in Revere after the city was hit early Monday by a tornado.
REVERE, Mass. — No injuries were reported, but there is plenty of property damage in the city of Revere following a surprise tornado that touched down there Monday morning.
BOSTON — In their first statement since the weekend, the two new Market Basket CEOs urged employees to return their focus to the “customers, their needs and expectations.”
BOSTON — The Federal Highway Trust fund reimburses states for road construction projects and helps support about 10,000 jobs in Massachusetts.
BOSTON — Concerns among Boston activists are growing ahead of an Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip–highlighted by two protests in the Boston area Thursday.
Not only was the annual July 4th celebration on the Esplanade held a day early, it was also abbreviated.
BOSTON — Boston Mayor Marty Walsh had sought a delay in the licensing process until after a ballot referendum to repeal the state’s gambling law.
Thousands packed City Hall Plaza for a viewing party for the U.S.-Germany World Cup match.