Deb Lawler co-anchors “The WBZ Morning News” broadcast on WBZ NewsRadio 1030 AM Monday through Friday from 5:00AM to 10:00AM. Prior to working at WBZ, Lawler worked at WQDY Radio in Calais, Maine (her hometown station), WJTO/WIGY Radio in Bath, Maine, and WGAN Radio in Portland, Maine.
Lawler considers her coverage of the Challenger space shuttle disaster to be one of the most important stories of her career. Lawler was interviewing New Hampshire teacher/astronaut Christa McAuliffe’s students when the explosion occurred and orchestrated the station’s continuing coverage of the disaster.
When she is not on air at WBZ, Lawler enjoys working with the Red Cross. Born in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada, Lawler attended Calais Memorial High School.
She received a Bachelor of Science degree in history and government from Colby College in Waterville, Maine. Lawler currently resides in New Castle, New Hampshire.
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Timothy Quinn moved from Boston to Cairo eight years ago. He says he has no intention of leaving.
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