Jeff Saperstone

Jeff Saperstone is a weekend morning anchor and reporter who has been with NBC10 Boston and NECN since May 2014.

You can watch Jeff co-anchor weekend mornings on NBC10 Boston and see his reports during the week on NBC10 Boston Today.

Jeff won a New England Emmy Award for his work on a half hour special about the issues plaguing the MBTA. He’s also been awarded best on air personality by the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association.

Since joining NBC10 Boston, Jeff has covered several big events, including the Patriots last trip to the Super Bowl in Atlanta in 2019. He’s also field anchored the U.S. Open in Brookline, the Boston Marathon, the AFC Championship game, the Red Sox home opener and Sail Boston in 2017.

Jeff has also travelled across the U.S. to cover several big news stories, including the historic indictment of former President Donald Trump in Miami, Pope Francis’ historic visit to the United States, the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando and the attack at a Congressional baseball practice in Virginia. His reporting has taken him to all corners of New England as well.

Prior to Boston, Jeff worked at NBC Connecticut, where he was the station’s political reporter and fill-in anchor. His reporting was an integral part of the station's Peabody Award winning coverage in 2012.

Before joining the Connecticut news station, Jeff spent seven years in Albany, New York, where he was a general assignment reporter and weekend anchor. His reporting was recognized by the Associated Press for an in-depth story about a specialized team of firefighters.

Jeff received his bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from Ithaca College and the Roy H. Park School of Communications.

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  • Massachusetts Jun 26, 2021

    Mass. Company Sends Robot to Help Florida Building Collapse Rescue Efforts

    A specialized robot developed in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, is now in Surfside, Florida, helping rescue teams search for any signs of life in the massive pile of rubble following a large apartment building collapse. “We overnighted a system down there to have at the ready,” said Tom Frost, Vice President of Teledyne FLIR’s ground robot business. The 5-lb. robot is...

  • Massachusetts Jun 5, 2021

    ‘This Is the Worst Nightmare': Gov. Baker Reacts to Tragedies in Worcester, Braintree

    Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker says he is incredibly sad about the tragedies that occurred Friday in Braintree and Worcester. Touring a vaccine clinic Saturday in Dorchester, Baker was asked about the separate incidents involving police officers in Braintree and Worcester. In Worcester, Officer Enmanuel “Manny” Familia drowned Friday afternoon while trying to save a 14-year-old from drowning at a pond…

  • Waltham May 19, 2021

    Man Critically Injured in Waltham Pedestrian Crash

    A 63-year-old Watertown, Massachusetts, man is in critical condition after he was hit by a truck in Waltham on Wednesday morning. The accident occurred around 6:52 a.m. at the corner of Main and Bacon streets. Police said the man appears to have stepped off the curb into a crosswalk in front of a Peterbilt truck that was traveling eastbound on…

  • Needham May 15, 2021

    ‘I'm Really Excited': Middle School Students Get Pfizer Shot at Needham Vaccine Clinic

    Middle school students rolled up their sleeves Saturday at a vaccine clinic in Needham, Massachusetts. “I’m really excited because I’m halfway there to be able to see more people and go in people’s houses,” said Serena Berk, an 8th grader at Pollard Middle School. Berk says this day was a big step in getting back to normal. Her dad...

  • Massachusetts May 14, 2021

    Quincy Nonprofit Using Whistles to Help Stop Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans

    It’s the sound of safety. Hundreds of whistles were handed out Friday morning to senior citizens at the Germantown Neighborhood Center in Quincy, Massachusetts. “They find this is something small but it’s going to be functional,” said Philip Chong, president of Quincy Asian Resources. It’s a simple tool to protect Asian Americans from potential violence. “If they are being...

  • Boston May 8, 2021

    Brigham & Women's Tailors Maternal Care for Multiples in Boston's First of Its Kind Center

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  • India May 3, 2021

    How to Help: Local Organization Raising Money for India

    A Massachusetts organization is helping to raise money and awareness for the people of India as the country continues to see record levels of COVID-19 cases. “Donate whatever little you can, and together every drop counts, every dollar counts, and as we pull ourselves together, we can help someone in need at this time,” said Sanjay Gowda of the India…

  • Fenway Park May 2, 2021

    ‘100 Times Better Than Zoom': Fenway Hosts Graduation Ceremony, 1st of Many This Year

    On a picture perfect day at Fenway Park, there was a graduation ceremony Saturday that some thought they’d never see. “I can’t believe we got it to work out,” said graduate Molly Tillo. “It would have been super depressing to wake up today and go on Zoom for graduation.” Bentley University was the first to hold its commencement ceremony...

  • Massachusetts Apr 24, 2021

    Two Former Pembroke Hockey Players Remembered by Community at Joint Funeral

    A joint funeral was held Saturday for the two former hockey players who died in a car crash one week ago in Pembroke, Massachusetts. Bill Hickey and Joey Birolini were best friends and beloved in their community. “You could always depend on words of wisdom from Joey, a joke, a smile and a dance from Billy,” said a loved one….

  • COVID-19 vaccine Apr 10, 2021

    Mass. to See Big Drop in Johnson & Johnson Vaccines. Here's Why

    Starting next week, Massachusetts will see a major decrease in shipments of Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine.  Massachusetts received more than 100,000 doses this week, but it will only receive just over 12,000 doses next week, according to U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data.  The Biden administration said shipments from Johnson & Johnson will be down more...

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