Kirsten Glavin

Kirsten Glavin is a two-time Emmy-nominated, award winning reporter for NBC10 Boston and NECN.

She joined the team in September of 2021, arriving from WFXT-TV in Boston, where she reported for two years. 

Before coming to Boston, Kirsten worked at WSPA-TV in Greenville, South Carolina, WLNE-TV in Providence, Rhode Island, and KETK-TV in Tyler, Texas. 

Kirsten is a Massachusetts native, having grown up in Grafton and on Cape Cod. She is a Boston University graduate with a degree in broadcast journalism. 

Outside of news, Kirsten enjoys running, fishing, and checking out historic lighthouses across New England. Have a recommendation? Send her a message!

The Latest

  • newbury street Apr 11

    Brazen theft at Newbury Street boutique caught on camera

    A Boston store owner is beside herself after she says three thieves came into her boutique on Newbury Street and stole handfuls of clothing. Cheng Ma, who owns Miss Mia Boutique, says her employee was also threatened with pepper spray. It was a theft so brazen a man’s face was captured right in front of a surveillance camera. About $1,600…

  • Uxbridge Apr 10

    Uxbridge student injured after laptop malfunctions during MCAS testing

    A student in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, was injured on Tuesday morning when their laptop malfunctioned during MCAS testing. School Superintendent Michael Baldassarre said MCAS testing at Whitin Intermediate School was put on hold in the wake of the incident. Officials said that around 9:30 a.m., a school-owned laptop provided to an 11-year-old student taking a scheduled English Language Arts MCAS exam…

  • Derry Apr 5

    Falling tree likely caused deadly house explosion in New Hampshire

    A tree falling onto propane tanks likely caused a house explosion that killed a woman in Derry, New Hampshire, on Thursday, fire officials said in an update Friday. The victim has been identified as 76-year-old Laura Percival, of Derry. The New Hampshire Medical Examiner’s Office said she died from complications of blast injuries after the home at 141 Goodhue Road…

  • Derry Apr 5

    One dead, one hospitalized after house explosion in New Hampshire

    One person has died after a house explosion in Derry, New Hampshire, Thursday afternoon. Derry Fire Department Shawn Haggart said crews responded to reports of a house explosion on Goodhue Road around 11:40 a.m. When they arrived they found heavy fire and the building partially collapsed, with one person was unaccounted for. The missing person, an elderly woman, was found…

  • Cambridge Apr 12

    Officer pulled gun from holster, accidentally fired it in Cambridge school bathroom, police say

    Police in Cambridge, Massachusetts, provided new details Wednesday about a school resource officer’s accidental discharge of a gun in a school bathroom. The incident happened around 1:45 p.m. Tuesday at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School. The school resource officer, identified Wednesday as Frank Greenidge, accidentally fired his gun in a first-floor staff restroom, according to the Cambridge Police Department....

  • Cambridge Apr 2

    School resource officer accidentally shoots gun in bathroom, Cambridge police say

    A police officer accidentally fired a gun in a school in Cambridge, Massachusetts, authorities said Tuesday. The officer, assigned as a school resource officer at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, “accidentally discharged their firearm while using a staff bathroom inside the school” around 1:45 p.m. Tuesday, the Cambridge Police Department said in a press release. Police say no one was…

  • Karen Read Apr 2

    Karen Read supporters file motion to fight proposed restrictions at trial

    An attorney for supporters of Karen Read, a woman accused of killing her Boston police officer boyfriend in 2022, have filed a motion to fight proposed restrictions on demonstrations during the trial. We’re just two weeks away from the high-profile murder trial against Read, who is accused of hitting Boston Police Officer John O’Keefe with her car in Canton,...

  • Karen Read Apr 2

    Karen Read supporters protest proposed restrictions for trial

    We’re just two weeks away from the high-profile murder trial against Karen Read and a group of her supporters gathered outside the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office in Canton, Massachusetts, on Monday to protest a motion filed by the state. Read is accused of killing John O’Keefe, her Boston police officer boyfriend, in Canton, Massachusetts, in 2022. Her lawyers have...

  • Provincetown Mar 31

    ‘An actual home': Provincetown launches long-term rental program for local workers

    Provincetown will be the first town in Massachusetts to initiate the “Lease to Locals” pilot program, which provides up to $20,000 to property owners who convert their short-term rentals into year-round rentals for local workers.

  • Stoneham Mar 29

    Parents want answers after armed man arrested at Stoneham elementary school

    Concerned parents met at an elementary school in Stoneham, Massachusetts, Thursday night after police caught an armed man who was previously registered as a sex offender on school grounds. Parents say they weren’t notified about the incident until days after when their superintendent sent out an email. James McCarty was caught with two knives while walking the grounds of...

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