Jack Williams

Brandon is currently up for adoption. (Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange photo)

Wednesday’s Child: 12-Year-Old Brandon

Brandon loves playing sports, and has played in a flag football and basketball league.


Jack Williams during the Blizzard of '78 (WBZ-TV)

Jack Williams ‘Anchored Boston’ For 39 Years

Jack Williams’ colleagues recall his lengthy 39-year career as Friday marks his final day as full-time anchor at WBZ.


Jack Williams (WBZ-TV)

Jack Williams Reflects On 39 Years In Boston

WBZ-TV’s Jack Williams talks with co-anchor Lisa Hughes about the biggest stories he’s covered in Boston.


Jack Williams on Wednesday's Child. (WBZ-TV)

Wednesday’s Child Segment Shows Jack Williams’ ‘Tremendous Heart’

Jack Williams’ weekly Wednesday’s Child segment paired more than 700 children with families during 1,100 segments over 33 years.


Jack Williams has been with WBZ-TV for 39 years. (WBZ-TV)

Jack Williams’ Letter To WBZ-TV Viewers

It has been such an honor to be invited into people’s homes night after night.


Liz Walker. (WBZ-TV)

Liz Walker Looks Back Fondly On ‘Magical’ Era As Co-Anchor With Jack Williams

With Jack Williams stepping down from his full-time anchor duties after 39 years at WBZ, Liz Walker looked back fondly on an era she described as “magical.”


WBZ's Jack Williams (Image: WBZ-TV)

Thanks, Jack

After 39 years on the WBZ anchor desk, Jack Williams is stepping away from daily anchor duties. Here is your chance to say: Thanks, Jack.


Jack Williams introduces a Wednesday's Child segment. (WBZ-TV)

PHOTOS: Jack Williams Through The Years

For nearly four decades, Jack Williams has defined New England news. Check out these flashback photos.


Lisa Hughes (Image: WBZ-TV)

VIDEO: Lisa Hughes Shares A Message With Jack Williams

“For 14 years, one of my closest co-workers has also been one of my closest friends. He’s like the big brother I never had.”


Bob Lobel. (WBZ-TV)

Bob Lobel Recalls Jack Williams As ‘A Natural’ At Connecting With Viewers

Looking back on his years working with Jack Williams, former WBZ sports anchor Bob Lobel shared memories of his friend and longtime colleague.