Tamara Sacharczyk is an award-winning journalist who anchors NBC 10 News at 4. She’s also a member of the NBC 10 I-Team.
Tamara joined NBC 10 in October 2019, after spending more than five years at 22 News in Springfield, Massachusetts, where she most recently served as weekday morning anchor and lead investigative reporter.
During her time in Springfield, Tamara covered several high profile events, including the 2017 Super Bowl in Houston and the presidential inauguration.
She has also won several awards for her investigative reporting, including the Massachusetts Broadcaster Association’s Investigative Award for exposing student restraints at local schools. She also won the Feature Story category for her investigation into human trafficking and Sports Feature Story for her live reports from Houston, leading up to the Patriots' Super Bowl win.
Tamara’s anchoring and investigative reporting also contributed to an Edward R. Murrow Overall Excellence award in 2018.
While in Springfield, Western Massachusetts Women Magazine recognized Tamara as Young Careerist of the Year.
Tamara’s husband, Paul, is a native of Johnston, Rhode Island, and they couldn’t be happier to move back to the Ocean State!
A Massachusetts native, Tamara grew up in East Longmeadow and graduated magna cum laude from Emerson College in Boston.
In her spare time, she enjoys reading, experimenting with new recipes and checking out the amazing restaurants that Rhode Island has to offer. Tamara is also actively involved in raising awareness for epilepsy, a condition she was diagnosed with in high school. She currently serves on the board of the Epilepsy Foundation of New England.