Rob DeCola

Raised in the North Shore suburbs of Boston, Rob studied print and online journalism at Emerson College and began working for in 2003 as a homepage producer. He moved to the newsroom’s digital conversion team in 2004, where he produced the online presence of the Globe’s print product. He then served as part of’s news, features and sports team before bringing his talents to in 2014. He likes turtles.

Latest stories

New Yorker paints Trump as creepy clown on new cover

By , Globe Staff

The eerie vision of President Donald Trump represents the “national nightmare” that artist Carter Goodrich is living.

Photos seem to show two very different congratulatory calls for New Zealand’s new PM

By , Globe Staff

There seemed to be a stark difference in the body language of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern as she took congratulatory calls from Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau.

Police investigating truck rollover at Sullivan Square rotary

By Ben Thompson and , Globe Correspondent and Globe Staff

Police are investigating after a commercial truck carrying scrap metal overturned at the Sullivan Square rotary in Charlestown Monday morning.

Truck rolls over at Sullivan Square rotary, spilling metal, snarling traffic

By , Globe Staff

The accident was causing traffic headaches on I-93 South and other roads in the area.