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.
Safety Tips to Avoid Carbon Monoxide Exposure
NYSEG and RG&E remind you to check your units and make sure you have the proper detection in your home.
National Toy Hall Of Fame 2020 Inductees
The National Toy Hall of fame has announced its 2020 Inductees chosen out of 12 finalists, here are the winners.
Pandemic Pumpkin Picking
One of the most positive thing that happened during this crazy year was the beautiful weather and Cornell University says it was perfect for growing pumpkins.
Voter Registration Deadline is October 9
If you haven’t registered to vote yet there is still time, but the deadline is Friday October 9th
Natural Gas Safety Tips During Colder Months
We are starting to see the temperatures drop overnight and our heating systems and other appliances will be working after several months of being shutdown, check out these safety reminders from NYSEG and RG&E.
NYSERDA Announces Car Free For Climate Campaign
NYSERDA has announced a new campaign titled “Car Free For Climate” encouraging New Yorkers to forego the use of their vehicles for at least one day during Climate week.
Toy Hall 2020 Nominees-Vote Here
The National Toy Hall of Fame in Rochester New York, invites the public to choose from their list of nominees
Girl Scouts Hosting Free Virtual Events
The Girl Scouts of the NYPENN pathways will be hosting several events with their Animal Dance Party this fall.
AAA Schools Open Drive Carefully Campaign
Schools are opening up all around the Southern Tier, and it will look much different this year. AAA and the NY State Police are partnering to raise awareness.
The Perseid Meteor Showers Peak Tonight
The Perseid meteor showers always provide some wide-eyed wonder, especially in the northern hemisphere, look to the skies tonight, when they will be most visible.