I was born in Binghamton and I have been extremely blessed to have had a history with this community as a broadcaster for over 30 years. The love affair (radio) started in the 80’s and is still going today. I have been a morning man, program director, public affairs director and even a news reporter at various stations. My introduction to radio broadcasting started as an intern at WAAL in the early 80’s, I have been blessed with a colorful and eclectic career that includes all genres of music. I have hosted several morning shows, but this this is my very first talk show. I am truly honored to be a part of News Radio 1290 WNBF and I hope you will join me weekdays mornings for First News Binghamton.
Sheriff DuMond Speaks Out On Cuomo’s Commutation of Convicted Murderer
Delaware County Sheriff Craig DuMond says Cuomo's commutation of a an convicted of three murders is one last example of his disrespect for police officers
Syracuse Man From Chili’s Double Killing To Be Sentenced In Binghamton
A 35 year old Syracuse man had pleaded guilty to federal charges that relate to a 2018 robbery and murders he committed at the Chili’s Grill and Bar in Dewitt, New York.
Rural Health Network Helps New Employees With Transportation
The workforce could be getting a lift from a generous grant to the Rural Health Network of South-Central New York for there GetThere Transportation to Employment Program.
Binghamton University Welcomes Back Students This Weekend
The new school year is almost here and Binghamton University is welcoming students and their families to start a new academic year. This weekend is officially move-in day signaling the start of classes at Binghamton University. According to a news release from Binghamton University around 3,000 first year students are expected to start classes, in addition 1,000 transfer students and 1,600 new gra
BINGHAMTON FLASHBACK: PBA Champ and Endicott Native Gus Lampo
Next month 12 local sports legends and one local sports team will go into the Greater Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame, among those to be enshrined is Endicott native and one of the greatest bowler’s ion our history Gus Lampo
New York State Fair is Getting Ready to Butter Up
One of the biggest events of the summer is about to kick off in Syracuse with the Great New York State fair set for next Friday August 20th featuring food entertainment and lots of butter.
The Expected and the Unexpected Sights at The Tioga County Fair
The Tioga Country Fair kicked off yesterday and the weather perfect for the games, rides, animals and a Rodeo.
The Latest Scam Alert: QR Codes
Among the latest scams to hit your inbox or phone voice mail are fraudulent QR Codes, and here are some things you should watch out.
Take A Look At Binghamton’s Professional Teams — Past and Present [GALLERY]
The thrill of competition is often measured in a pure rush of adrenaline, but how sweet is victory without the supports of people witnessing the act.
Help for Caregivers and Veterans
One of the area’s that has suffered the must through this pandemic is the seniors and caregivers, COVID-19 as caused many hardships for families in these situations. There are several types of caregivers both professional and volunteers, and some work independent and privately in several ways that include, feeding, housework, grooming and transportation to doctors’ appointments. Caregiv... Read Mo
We Found The Strangest Things People Have Insurance Policies On [GALLERY]
We all know how important it is to have insurance protection on our homes, automobiles and medical bills, but for decades people have been taking out insurance policies for the strangest things.
Nanticoke Valley Historical Society of Maine Invites You to Take A Walk In The Cemetery
Although taking a stroll through the cemetery may be something the Munster’s would have done, you might be surprised at the history of the people who are buried there.
NYS Special Olympics Fall Games Return to Glens Falls
The Special Olympics will return for the fall games in New York State, after a six year absence, the dates are locked in for October 22nd and 23rd at various sporting venues.
Look Out The Spotted Lanternfly Is Spreading in New York State
Be on the look out for these little buggers, the spotted lanternfly is zoning in on grapes, apples, hops and a variety of other crops in New York State.