From the first day I came to WBZ, Jack Williams has been a friend, booster, and whether he knew it or not, a mentor.
WBZ-TV News anchor Jack Williams announced his decision to reduce his workload after 39 years with the station in order to spend more time with his family and continue his involvement in the “Jack Williams’ Endowment for Wednesday’s Child.”
Joseph is an active and curious 12-year-old Latino boy who is described as very sweet, easy-going and interested in many different activities.
On this week’s 4 Your Community, Metro SWAT is planning a charity fitness competition for September at Gillette Stadium.
Kobe, soon-to-be 13, and Kavin, 12, are athletic brothers of Caucasian descent who both enjoy the outdoors.
This September, they hope to have a whopping 1,000 competitors tackling an incredible course of endurance at Gillette Stadium.
Isabella, who goes by Bella, is a bubbly 9-year-old Caucasian/Hispanic girl who always looks on the bright side.
Izzy is a 17- year-old Hispanic teenager who is legally free for adoption. Despite his age, Izzy has not given up on finding his forever family.
Erika and Jessianya are 10 and 12-year-old sisters hoping to be reunited in an adoptive family.
Daniel, or Dan, is a shy, quiet 15-year-old young man of Caucasian descent who is curious about trying new things once he feels comfortable.