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.
It’s something victims thought they’d never hear: Convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev says he’s sorry for the pain, suffering and damage he caused. But some victims were not impressed with what he said.
The Plainridge Park Casino hosted a test day of play at its soon-to-open slot parlor in Plainville on Monday. The site is expected to open to the public on Wednesday.
At the Bethel AME Church in Jamaica Plain, churchgoers and ministers vowed not to let last week’s mass shooting in South Carolina shake their faith.
Friends and family say it took time for Keith Broomfield, who died earlier this month, to find his calling. But once he did, he pursued it 100 percent.
Four years after Massachusetts legalized casinos, the slots parlor is set to open its doors next week.
MBTA riders and advocates at a hearing were largely opposed to Gov. Charlie Baker’s plan to suspend $500 million in transportation funding over the next several years.
The city wants a judge to revoke the license awarded to Wynn Resorts to build a casino in Everett and to prohibit commissioners from making any other decisions regarding the license for eastern Massachusetts.
SJC: Gov’t Can’t Seek Higher Penalties For ‘Dookhan Defendants’ Affected By Tainted Drug Lab EvidenceMay 18, 2015
The state’s highest court ruled that prosecutors cannot seek more severe punishments for defendants convicted using tainted evidence who seek new trials, but the court declined to vacate the convictions of all defendants.
Protests on Sunday at Tufts University’s commencement over plans to cut school cleaning staff were mostly muted — despite larger protests Saturday.
After Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s sentencing, many bombing survivors say they’re satisfied, but certainly not happy.