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.
Amazing Volunteer Firefighter Efforts Save Cooperstown Area Restaurant
Firefighters must have done a great job quickly extinguishing the flames since the damage was not visible by looking at the exterior of the building that same morning.
Former NY Senator Seward Barely Survived COVID: Sends Plea To Non-Vaccinated
When I say that this is a deeply personal subject, I mean I am profoundly grateful to God and my medical team for getting me through it and that I do not wish this disease on anybody.
Postal Service Bummers Coming: Stamp Price Hike and Longer Delivery Wait Time
According to the U.S. Postal Service, starting this October, some of your mail could take a little longer to arrive.
Cooperstown Dreams Park Shortens 2021 Season By Almost 2 Months
This is much later than usual for the establishment which typically begins early in June
New Siena Poll Finds Most New Yorkers Don’t Want Cuomo to Resign
Overall, Cuomo's favorability ratings have declined
Siena Poll Finds State Residents Split Over Question of Cuomo Resigning
A new Siena College poll finds that 50% of poll respondents think that Governor Andrew Cuomo should not immediately resign, while 35% say he should.
Chenango County Police Looking For Burglary Suspect
The perpetrator is still at large.
Three Indicted In Oneonta Kidnapping And Robbery
All three have been remanded to the Otsego County Jail.
Apartment Affordability Study Very Telling
This report is very revealing about housing in our local area.
Greene Burglary Suspect May Be Linked To Other Crimes
According to the Chenango County Sheriff's Office, Matthew Jones of Greene broke into a Genesee Street commercial building.