I'm the News Director here at WIBX and have worked in radio in Utica since 1982 and got my start at WRUN. I graduated from Herkimer County Community College with a degree in Radio-TV Broadcasting and I'm currently a member of the HCCC Radio-TV Advisory Committee. My hobbies include music, collecting sports memorabilia, golfing, biking and yes I'll admit it, professional wrestling. I am an avid sports fan as well and root for the Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres, Houston Astros and Colgate University. Favorite charitable cause include The Resuce Mission of Utica, where I volunteer every Thanksgiving, and the Sitrin STARS Program. In addition to my daily newscasts, you can catch me co-hostng the CNY Travel Show every Sunday morning.
MVHS Hosts Forums On Downtown Hospital Project
Two public informational sessions on Mohawk Valley Health System's downtown Utica hospital project were held at the Radisson Hotel on Thursday.
Camden Students Take Part In Shop With A Cop Program
Students from the Camden Central School District took part in a Shop with A Cop event at the Sangertown Mall on Thursday.
Utica Defers Short Term Borrowing
Utica Comptroller Bill Morehouse says the City's annual short term borrowing, which usually takes place in December, has been deferred until a later date.
Kids Oneida Enters Into Management Agreement With Children’s Museum
Kids Oneida and the Utica Children's Museum are teaming up.
Registration Open For 2018 Ride For Missing Children
Registration is now underway for the 22nd Annual Ride for Missing Children-CNY, which will take place on June 1, 2018.
Attorney General Releases Guide On Sexual Harassment
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is releasing an updated guide on sexual harassment in the workplace.
Seward Secures Funding For Cooperstown WiFi Hotspots
The Village of Cooperstown is receiving a $250,000 state grant to fund a WiFi hotspot program.
Syracuse Woman Sentenced On Child Exploitation Charges
A Syracuse woman been sentenced to 60 years in prison for her sexual exploitation of children.
Burnt Toast Leads To Evacuation Of Oneida County Office Building
Burning toast led to the evacuation of the Oneida County Office Building this morning.
State Police Continue To Investigate 1973 Death Of Martha Allen
It's "Cold Case Tuesday" and State Police are continuing to investigate the 1973 death of an Oneida Castle woman