I was born in Binghamton and I have been extremely blessed to have had a history with this community as a broadcaster for over 30 years. The love affair (radio) started in the 80’s and is still going today. I have been a morning man, program director, public affairs director and even a news reporter at various stations. My introduction to radio broadcasting started as an intern at WAAL in the early 80’s, I have been blessed with a colorful and eclectic career that includes all genres of music. I have hosted several morning shows, but this this is my very first talk show. I am truly honored to be a part of News Radio 1290 WNBF and I hope you will join me weekdays mornings for First News Binghamton.
Sheriff DuMond Speaks Out On Cuomo’s Commutation of Convicted Murderer
Delaware County Sheriff Craig DuMond says Cuomo's commutation of a an convicted of three murders is one last example of his disrespect for police officers
New York State Fair is Getting Ready to Butter Up
One of the biggest events of the summer is about to kick off in Syracuse with the Great New York State fair set for next Friday August 20th featuring food entertainment and lots of butter.
The Latest Scam Alert: QR Codes
Among the latest scams to hit your inbox or phone voice mail are fraudulent QR Codes, and here are some things you should watch out.
VIDEO: Watch The Trailer For New Movie Shot In Binghamton, New York
A new movie that was shot entirely in the Greater Binghamton area is about to make its film debut here in Binghamton.
Beware Of Scam Calls Claiming To Be Fundraisers
The Delaware County Sheriff’s office is reminding people to be aware of calls from people claiming to be collecting money for fundraising opportunities.
Broome County Fair Opens After One-Year Hiatus
The 146th annual Broome County Fair kicks off today in Whitney Point and will continue through this Sunday August 1st
Governor Cuomo Announces More Decarbonization Strategies
In an effort to reduce carbon emissions 85% by 2025 in New York State the focus will now include a study on green hydrogen as part of the renewal energy plan
Cornell Launches New Program To Help NY Craft Breweries
Cornell is helping the craft beer industry with a new program designed to help develop hops in New York State.
Senator Gillibrand Calling for Funding Towards Lyme Disease
Ticks and Lyme diseases has become a big problem for New York State residents with over 92 thousand cases reported over the past 20 years.
Five Everyday Products Disappearing Off the Shelves
We know there has been a shortage of toilet paper and gas caused by the global pandemic, it has been a year of lean supplies and greater demand.