Lana Jones is a general assignment reporter for WBZ Newsradio 1030. She joined the station in 1991 as a news writer, editor and fill-in anchor/reporter. She has been part of WBZ’s award-winning coverage of the Priest sex abuse scandal, the crash of John F. Kennedy Jr.’s plane and the Worcester warehouse fire.
Jones began her broadcast career in Toledo, Ohio while studying Special Education at Bowling Green State University. A native of Warren, Ohio, Jones moved to Worcester, Massachusetts in 1981 to join the staff of WAAF. There she anchored the news and hosted a weekly talk show on local youth issues. From 1983 to 1988, Jones was a news anchor and reporter for WMJX, Boston. She worked as a reporter for the former WHDH radio from 1989 to 1991.
Jones and her husband live in Worcester, Massachusetts.
A teacher at Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School suffering from ALS has come up short in a bid to collect full retirement benefits.
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Biomedical engineers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute are working on a patch for diseased hearts that uses spinach leaves.
The New England Auto Show is open now through the weekend at the South Boston Convention Center and there’s a lot more than cars on display.
A long-awaited study on the health effects of marijuana found both therapeutic effects and health risks associated with the substance.
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A new high-tech time clock is coming to Keolis Commuter Services.
Chris Strynar looks and sounds like a typical 13-year-old boy, but the Norton eighth grader has a gift for mathematics.
One week after Massachusetts voters approved the use of recreational marijuana, a new medical marijuana dispensary opened Tuesday in Newton.
The watchdog group Campaign Legal Center is asking the Federal Election Commission to look into $1.6 million in campaign contributions by members of the Thornton Law Firm of Boston.