Kay Lazar

Kay Lazar is a member of the Globe’s team of strike force reporters who investigate people and events in the news to uncover the full story and hold leaders accountable for their actions. Her experience combines more than two decades of print and broadcast reporting. She previously worked as a news writer and producer at ABC and CBS radio networks.

Latest stories

Distribution of Mass. nursing home aid questioned

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Nursing home owners vowed to use $35.5 million of state money to boost wages of their lowest-paid workers. A new report raises questions about how that money was spent.

Three schools sever ties with influential musician amid abuse allegations

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Eric Alexander Hewitt, a leader in Boston’s contemporary classical music scene, was let go amid a Globe investigation of alleged sexual improprieties.

Berklee’s other Steve Kirby has ‘bad luck’

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One Steve Kirby was recently fired from Berklee College of Music after revelations of alleged sexual misconduct in Canada. Berklee’s other Steve Kirby was caught in the confusion.

Berklee president confirms another misconduct case

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Berklee administrators have been under fire since the Globe reported last week that at least three faculty members had been quietly terminated after students accused them of assault or harassment.