Born in Groton, CT. Traveled all over the States as a Navy Brat. Lived in Hawaii, Guam, Pennsylvania and Florida, to name a few. Moved to the Beautiful Berkshires in 1982. Graduated high school in 1988 and immediately took the leap into the wild, wonderful world of radio. I've been broadcasting locally in some way, shape or form (and on different spots on the dial) for 30 years and I've loved every minute of it. I LOVE music, movies, literature and traveling. And I love my family and friends. I have been blessed to find my soulmate, Tonya, who I love with all my heart and soul. And I can't forget about our Handsome Prince, our cat "L.B."(Little Bud). I'm looking forward to hopefully another 30 of meeting new people, playing GREAT music and broadcasting over the airwaves of Berkshire County.
Hydrant Flushing For Pittsfield Resumes Monday, May 10
Water mains throughout the city will be flushed through hydrants to remove accumulations of pipeline corrosion products.
Some Helpful Tips For Skin Cancer Awareness Month
May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month and even though many of us remain separated, we can still unite against skin cancer and help save lives.
How Does Free Tix To Super Bowl LVI Sound?
Football fans that are vaccinated against the novel coronavirus or plan to get vaccinated soon have the chance to win a pair of tickets to Super Bowl LVI.
Mass. RMV Announces Placard Abuse Prevention Week
The week is designed to bring attention and awareness to the misuse of handicapped parking placards.
Massachusetts Tops List Of Best States For Working Moms
According to a study conducted by Wallet Hub, our very own state of Massachusetts has been named the best state for working moms.
Third Thursday Returns This Month…Virtually
Third Thursday kicks off on May 20 with a program of virtual STEM activities in partnership with General Dynamics Mission Systems.
FDA Expected To OK Pfizer Vaccine For Ages 12-15 Soon
According to a federal official, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to authorize Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for youth 12 to 15 by next week.
Local Restaurants To Receive Funding So They Can Remain Open
Last year, a report showed that at least 1/5 of restaurants in Mass. had closed. Now, to help the struggling restaurant industry, more money is on the way.
Drug Take-Back Day This Year Was A Resounding Success
Folks in New England returned more than 46 tons of unused, unwanted, and expired medications last month for National Drug Take-Back Day.
Oh, Really? Study Rates MA Drivers Second Best In The Country
According to a recent study, Massachusetts has the second best drivers in the country. New York drivers came in first.