It’s a thankless task to work a dirty job but somebody has to do them. Qualifications vary depending on how complicated they are.
In a contest for who has the crappiest job, Tony Bolzano might just win. He’s been in the wastewater business for 34 years. That means he’s been dealing with all of Boston’s crap for over three decades.
Rodent control technicians like Chris Graham are there to prevent rats from overrunning the city. Not all heroes wear capes. Sometimes they wear cargo pants and a green polo.
Death greeted Bruce Ballard at the door of a small condo in East Boston on a rainy Friday morning. Unopened mail was piled in the doorway of 175 Brooks St. and 22 unheard voicemails blinked red on the answering machine in the living room. It was a moment frozen in time with the last remnants of life seeping through the carpet.
In the sixth grade, Kristen participated in her school’s spelling bee and misspelled the word “lake.” Kristen has since pursued a rigorous career in writing where she tries her best to avoid using that blasted word.