Sera Congi is a general assignment reporter for WBZ-TV News. Before joining the station in April 2005, Congi served for ten years as a reporter and anchor at WCAX, the CBS affiliate in Burlington, Vermont.
During her time at WCAX, Congi received multiple honors for “Best Newscast.” She received the New England Edward R. Murrow Award for a documentary on presidential candidate Howard Dean, and earned several Associated Press Awards for her coverage on health care policy.
A graduate from Baruch College, City University of New York, Congi holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She currently resides in Brookline, MA.
Two newlyweds decided to ride out Tropical Storm Irene during their honeymoon in South Yarmouth.
State lawmakers will unveil a new gambling bill Tuesday that they have reportedly worked out with the governor’s office.
Local researchers have started a study to see if they can identify women who are at high risk of developing the condition.
Prosecutors and police across Massachusetts were working on ways to lock up Whitey Bulger. Today, WBZ-TV’s Sera Congi talked with one of them, who will never forget the day he first got wrapped up in the case.
A company could face criminal charges for a water emergency in Somerset.
An elderly woman died in a three-alarm fire in her home early Monday morning.
The brother of Olympic skater Nancy Kerrigan will go to jail for two years on an assault charge after being acquitted of manslaughter in his father’s death.
A law student was found dead in a suspicious fire in Scituate late Monday night.
A Bridgewater man accused of breaking into a church with his 11-year-old son to steal food was ordered held without bail Monday.
Setti Warren says he fully expects to be able to balance his duties as Newton mayor while also campaigning for the U.S. Senate.