Todd Wallack

Wallack is a reporter for the Globe’s metro section, mainly working on investigative stories. He joined the Globe in 2007, initially working in the business section. A graduate of Northwestern University, he previously spent six years at the San Francisco Chronicle and has worked at several other publications, including the Boston Herald, Boston Business Journal, and the Dayton Daily news.

Latest stories

Meet the most-ticketed drivers in Boston, paying $1,000s in fines annually

By , Globe Staff

Scores of Boston drivers have racked up at least 500 parking tickets over the last five years, records show, but some say the fines are still cheaper tha a private parking lot.

Six things to keep in mind about Boston parking rules

By , Globe Staff

If you don’t know these tips, you could end up with an unwelcome present tucked under your windshield wiper.

The man who gives out the most parking tickets in Boston

By , Globe Staff

No one issues as many tickets as Ildo Rosario, who handed out more than 96,000 over the last five years.

2 years after law enacted, thousands of Boston apartments still unregistered

By , Globe Staff

Nearly a third of apartments in Boston are still not registered with the city, two years after it became mandatory under a law enacted amid rising concern over substandard conditions at some rental properties.