John Moroney

John Moroney joined NBC 10 Boston and necn in April 2004 as a general assignment reporter from WFSB TV-3, the CBS affiliate in Connecticut, where he was a general assignment reporter and the Chief Political Reporter for the station.

He is a seasoned and award-winning journalist, having more than two decades of broadcast and print experience. He has reported on a wide range of issues, including national presidential campaigns, the aftermath of Sept. 11, the Rhode Island Station nightclub fire, the Catholic Church crisis, same sex marriage in Massachusetts, the Big Dig and the Entwhistle murders.

John received his bachelor's degree from Northeastern University and master's degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where he was awarded the John M. Patterson Prize for Nightly News.

Prior to joining NBC 10 Boston and necn, he worked as a reporter for WFSB TV-3 and NBC affiliate WWLP-TV 22 in Springfield, as well as an anchor and managing editor for the MediaOne cable news network.

John also worked for several years as a print reporter and editor for daily and weekly newspapers in Massachusetts. During his career, he has received several awards from the New England Press Association.

A native of Acton, Massachusetts, he lives in the Greater Boston area with his wife and two children.

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  • PLYMOUTH May 24, 2021

    Video Shows ‘Fight Club'-Like Brawl at Plymouth Beach

    Police in Plymouth, Massachusetts, are investigating a large fight reminiscent of the movie “Fight Club” that was captured on video at White Horse Beach over the weekend. The wild scene concerned a lot of people in Plymouth, which has worked to change the reputation of the beach, and with Memorial Day and the start of summer less than a week…

  • Herd Immunity May 4, 2021

    5 New England States Have Best Vaccination Rates in US, But Herd Immunity Doesn't Look Promising

    Vaccination rates are up across the country, especially here in New England where five states have the best rates in the United States. New Hampshire leads the nation with 60.7 percent of residents having received at least one dose of either Pfizer or Moderna’s vaccine, or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, according to data from the…

  • Sports Apr 29, 2021

    Is Jimmy G Coming Back to Foxboro?

    Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo could return to the fold in Foxboro, Massachusetts, according to experts. Speculation has intensified in recent days that the 49ers will trade Garoppolo during the 2021 NFL draft, which gets underway at 8 p.m. Thursday. The New England Patriots have the 15th pick. Garoppolo joined the San Francisco 49ers in 2017 and helped the team get to the…

  • bear sighting Apr 27, 2021

    ‘Pretty Wild': Bear Spotted in Framingham, Bringing Out Police

    A bear was seen sauntering through a neighborhood in Framingham, Massachusetts, Tuesday morning, just when residents were making their coffee. The small black bear the was the talk of the town, attracting a lot of attention fromneighbors — as well as the Massachusetts Environmental Police. The bear was first spotted on Spruce Street about 6:45 a.m., then Eleanor Road at…

  • Jasiel Correia Apr 26, 2021

    Former Fall River Mayor's Corruption Trial Begins

    Jasiel Correia, the former mayor of Fall River, Massachusetts, was in federal court in Boston Monday as his corruption trial began. Correia has been charged with two dozen crimes, including wire fraud, extortion conspiracy and bribery. The trial is expected the last three or four weeks. “Public corruption is a very dangerous thing for our democracy,” said Michael Coyne, dean…

  • Boston Marathon Apr 19, 2021

    COVID Makes Patriots' Day 2021 Another Marathon-Less Monday in Boston

    Another Patriots’ Day arrived in Massachusetts without the running of the Boston Marathon, though there were a few ways that people around the area marked the occasion anyway. With the marathon postponed until October, the second year the pandemic interfered with the legendary race, organizers instead held a Patriots’ Day Mile on Monday, in which runners, walkers, beginners or novices…

  • Coronavirus Apr 12, 2021

    Baker: No Plans Yet to Change Guidance on Outdoor Mask-Wearing

    Gov. Charlie Baker said Monday he had no immediate plans to change the Massachusetts’ mask mandate, saying his administration would only do so when more people are vaccinated. Almost half of the states in the country no longer have mask mandates, but all of New England still has them, which has prompted questions about when the rules might be relaxed…

  • coronavirus in massachusetts Apr 9, 2021

    What Do I Need to Bring to a COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment? Here's What to Know

    Massachusetts residents seem to be having a bit of confusion about what documents are required to receive a coronavirus vaccine. Some people have apparently been turned away from Walgreens and CVS vaccination locations because they didn’t have a state ID, even though they’re not required to get vaccinated here in Massachusetts. You won’t need medical records or a doctor’s...

  • travel Apr 5, 2021

    Itching to Travel? What to Know About Vaccine Passports in Mass.

    Nearly impossible during the height of the pandemic, travel is making a comeback as the vaccination rollout continues, giving rise to the controversial notion of vaccine passports.

  • Fenway Park Mar 30, 2021

    Here's What Red Sox Fans Can Expect in Return to Fenway Park on Opening Day

    It’ll be an Opening Day like no other as fans return to Fenway Park on Thursday for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. “It’s going to be interesting,” one fan said. “I think they’ll have their ups and downs.” But the Red Sox say they’re ready to play ball and keep everyone safe. Fenway’s capacity...

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