I have been an “on air” personality for over 27 years. It's hard to imagine doing anything else because it's still so much fun! Many mornings on the show I talk with my coworker "Big Chuck" at the watercooler about a wide variety of topics which is always fun and I share information with listeners about different community events or issues that are happening. I really enjoy this because it connects me even more to the community and I get to find out about all the great things our area in beautiful Central New York has to offer. In my spare time I love to kayak, garden, take nature walks, read, spend time with my family and play with my dog.
New Montezuma Winery Near Cooperstown Gets Pet Perfect Rating From Dogs
It used to be the Susquehanna SPCA's thrift store at 4841 NY 28, just outside of Cooperstown and now it's the home to Montezuma Winery, based in Seneca Falls, NY.
Otsego County Mourns Another COVID Death As Pandemic Marches On
Here's a local update on COVID-19 vaccine availability and an update on case numbers for Chenango, Delaware And Otsego Counties
Preview Awesome, Informative Guests For ‘This Week In Central New York’
"This Week in Central New York" provides three interviews with guests from non-profit organizations and groups in Chenango, Delaware, and Otsego Counties
Well Known Figure Gets Big Surprise With New Trike From Oneonta Boys and Girls Club
After the bike arrived and was assembled, Lenny was asked to meet Brady and Oliver at the Oneonta Boys and Girls Club this past Tuesday.
Residents Vote to Pass Schenevus and Worcester School Merger, Now What?
The passing of the merger by both district voters means that it can move forward to a binding referendum on Dec. 1, 2021, as long as it is New York State approved.
It’s Raining Pumpkins And Fall Fun This Weekend In Delaware and Schoharie County
These local festivals should satisfy your craving for fall fun, at least for now. It's a great way to celebrate Autumn in a safe way.
NY State Has a New Plan To Increase The Vaccination Rate For Kids
Currently, anyone 12 and older is eligible to receive the vaccine, although children 12 to 17 can only get the CDC-approved Pfizer vaccine which comes in two doses.
Oneonta Welcomes Back In-Person, Family Pit Run Event Oct 3
The is a great community event for Oneonta and beyond.
COVID Vaccine Mandate Protesters Take To Main St. Oneonta As Case Numbers Rise
NY Assemblyman John Salka, R-Brookfield, joined in the march and rally. He has made his opinion about vaccinations clear from the beginning of the pandemic and maintains that no one should be forced to get it.
Time To Update Pets’ Rabies Shots? Rabid Bat Found In Cooperstown
The Otsego County Health Department announced a bat found in Cooperstown last week tested positive for rabies. Fortunately, no one came into contact with the bat.