This is Josh's first foray into radio, but I've been performing in some capacity for most of my life. Josh first arrived in Oneonta in 1998 to attend college, and wound up staying to manage a now defunct live music venue called Smokey Joe's Cafe. Josh met his wife Melissa at the bar, slinging drinks and food. Soon after they got married, Josh and Melissa decided to move west to Colorado Springs and then Charleston, South Carolina. After an almost 15 year absence, they're back in Otsego County, and have settled in the quaint hamlet of Worcester, NY. When not at work, Josh can be found making a positive impact on his local community. His interests include culinary exploration, music, film, and arts and culture.
Truth or Hoax? Mysterious Flyer Circulates in Oneonta, New York
Concerns arise over a flyer circulating in Oneonta, NY, advising businesses not to serve alcohol to an unnamed individual.
Susquehanna SPCA Pet of the Week – Molly
Looking for a furry friend? Molly, the sweet and playful dog at Susquehanna SPCA, could be your perfect match. Visit today!
Are We Safe In Oneonta, New York?
The importance of safety and preparedness highlighted by shooting incident during the Super Bowl parade.
Sick and Tired of Valentine’s Day? You’re Not Alone.
Learn about the historical origins of Valentine's Day and add a unique twist to your celebration.
Have You Seen this Missing Delaware County, New York Woman?
Missing: Gabrielle Becker from Roxbury, Delaware County
Pet of the Week – Superheroes Humane Society – Atticus
Adopt Atticus now!
Massive Otsego County, New York Rail Disaster Remembered
Witnessing the Emmons train derailment: memories from a local resident.
Upstate New York Spot Does Your Ex Dirty for $5
Get a laugh this Valentine's Day by having cats use your ex's name as their toilet.
Will Mother Nature Make Up Her Mind For Otsego County, New York?
Central NY snowfall totals reduced as forecast shifts southwards.
Fork Report Friday: Otsego County, New York’s Side Dish
Satisfy your cravings at these Otsego County food spots.