I'm the News Director at WIBX and have worked in radio in Utica since 1982 when I 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. I love music, collecting sports memorabilia, golfing, biking and yes I'll admit it, professional wrestling. I am also an avid sports fan as well rooting for the Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres, Houston Astros, and Colgate University. A favorite charitable cause is The Rescue Mission of Utica, where I volunteer every Thanksgiving, and participating in the Sitrin STARS Program. In addition to my daily newscasts, you can catch me co-hostng the CNY Travel Show every Sunday morning.
Utica Police Investigating Homicide
Utica Police are investigating the City’s latest homicide.
Welcome Back To Utica New Jersey Devils
There will be AHL hockey at the Adirondack Bank Center next season, but with a new NHL affiliate
Police Issue Over 400 Tickets During ‘Operation Hardhat’
State Police and other law enforcement agencies issued 444 tickets during last week’s Operation Hardhat.
COVID Positivity Rate Below 3 Percent In Every Region Of New York
Governor Andrew Cuomo says the statewide COVID-19 positivity rate dropped to 1.27 percent on Wednesday, the lowest since October 22.
OSHWA Offers Tips On Disposal Of Gardening Supplies
The Oneida Herkimer Solid Waste Authority is reminding residents how to best dispose of common gardening items.
Herkimer College To Return To In-Person Instruction This Fall
Herkimer College is planning to return to in-person instruction for the 2021-22 academic year.
Erie Canalway Challenge Kicks Off
The Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor is inviting New Yorkers to take part in the 2021 Canalway Challenge.
Peregrine Falcon Eggs Begin To Hatch In Utica Nest
The Utica Peregrine Falcon Project says the first hatch of a Peregrine Falcon egg in the 2021 breeding season happened Tuesday afternoon.
Utica And Rome City Halls To Begin Phase One Of Reopening
Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri and Rome Mayor Jacquline Izzo have announced due to declining COVID infection rates and rising vaccination rates, the public will be able to attend Common Council meetings.
New York State Police Continue To Investigate 1973 Unsolved Homicide
It’s Cold Case Tuesday and State Police are continuing to investigate the 1973 death of an Oneida Castle woman.