Elizabeth Hopkins anchors Boston 25 Morning News at 4 a.m. and 9 a.m. and is also a general assignment reporter. She began with Boston 25 News in 2010. For nearly a decade, Elizabeth has covered New England extensively... from the Newtown shootings, to the Boston Marathon bombings, to the daily challenges and triumphs of those who live here. Her franchise “Lilly On The Loose” allowed her to travel across New England, exploring all the area has to offer.
Before coming to Boston 25, Elizabeth was a morning anchor at WPRI in Providence, Rhode Island. While there, she hosted a lifestyle program called “The Rhode Show.” Elizabeth was previously an evening anchor and reporter at WKOW in Madison, Wisconsin. She began her career at KNBN in South Dakota.
Doctor Ximena Sanchez-Samper, a board-certified addiction psychiatrist and chief medical officer at Charles River Recovery in Weston, thinks an organization like Sober in the Suburbs can play an important role in helping people deal with drinking disorders.
Come one, come all, New England’s largest Renaissance festival returns to Carver this weekend. The 42nd King Richard’s Faire will open its gates for the season on Saturday, September 2, and offers a full season of music and merriment.
From food and shelter to childcare, rental assistance, and beyond, donations to the Salvation Army stay in the area in which they’re given. That means the money you give in Massachusetts is used to support your neighbors here.