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.
COVID Vaccine Booster Should Be Approved Within Weeks
The Biden administration is waiting for approval from both the FDA and the CDC before they will start offering the vaccine boosters.
Mass Pike Bridge Work & More To Effect Berkshires Starting 9/8
Mass DOT will be getting back to road and bridge work along the Mass Pike. And a lot of the road work will definitely take place in some Berkshire County towns.
Man Who Caught Tom Brady’s First TD Pass In A Super Bowl Has Died
I've got some sad news to pass along for New England Patriots fans. David Patten, a three-time Super Bowl winner with the Patriots has died.
Williamstown Says They Can’t Fire Cop Over Hitler Picture
A Mass. select board made the ruling that it does not have the authority to fire a Williamstown officer who kept a photo of Hitler in his locker for 20 years.
The First Case Of Human West Nile Virus Found In MA For 2021
Yesterday, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced the first human case of West Nile Virus found in the Bay State for 2021.
Mask Mandate For Children Goes Into Effect After Labor Day
Right after Labor Day, teachers, staff, and children age 5 and older who are in daycare, after-school, and out-of-school programs must wear masks indoors.
If You’re A Foodie, You’re Gonna Love The Big E’s Tasty Treats
What's the real reason people love the Big E and why it attracts over a million visitors a year? You know the answer. It's the food.
New Study Has Massachusetts Ranked Near The Bottom–For What?
It seems whenever Wallet Hub does a study lately, Massachusetts ranks near or at the top, regardless of the topic. Not this time, though.
New Berkshire County Campaign Celebrates Bike Safety
September is actually Bay State Bike Month. What better way to celebrate than to have the Berkshire Bike Path Council kick off a new bicycle safety campaign?
CDC Says Most Of Massachusetts High-Risk For COVID Transmission
According to the CDC, the majority of the Bay State is now considered high-risk for the transmission of COVID-19.