Joe Chille spent over 40 years in the broadcast industry working for companies including CBS, Taft, Infinity Broadcasting, and Townsquare Media. Joe has been recognized as one of the nations best radio programmers by Radio Ink Magazine and has been interviewed by Billboard Magazine, Inside Radio and other industry publications. Under his own company Joe Chille Productions, Joe is still heard across the United States in commercials airing on the 220 station Bill Martinez talk network, on WAVY-TV in Virginia Beach and on local TV and radio. Joe has also spent over 38 years as a Marine Deputy and retired as a Seasonal Deputy from the Niagara County Sheriff's Office in December 2017 after 38 years of service. Joe was one of the founding members of the Buffalo Broadcast Pioneers and has served on numerous boards and donated his time to local non-profits including the Aquarium of Niagara, The Niagara Falls Firefighters Toy Fund, The Niagara Falls Boys and Girls Club, and the Kids Escaping Drugs Telethon. Joe, lives in the Village of Lewiston and has two grown children--Joe, who is a computer engineer and daughter Justine Mariani . who with her husband Matt and sons Gianni and Adreyano live in Wheatfield.
Beware Of Scams Involving Pets Before The Holidays
Pet scams are America’s number one Internet ripoff, according to the Better Business Bureau, and something to watch out for as this holiday season approaches.
Working From Home: Longer Hours, More Stress
Isn't home is supposed to be easier than a daily commute to the office? I have personally been doing it for 6 months now... but interestingly a survey conducted by OnePoll of 2,000 remote-working Americans is challenging what you and I might believe.
What’s Up With The Empty Shelves At Local Supermarkets
COVID-19 has caused widespread problems for supply chains that move food from manufacturers to local grocery stores, we have seen this since the very beginning of the pandemic.
Parents Cautioned On The Benadryl Challenge
There is a new challenge going on that teens across the country have been accepting...it's called the Benadryl Challenge on TikTok which, a professor of medicine at Vanderbilt University, Dr. Stokes Peebles warns could have deadly results according to WIVB-TV.
Asteroid Heading Toward Earth The Day Before Election Day
What is faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive and able to reach earth just before Election Day? Well if you're thinking Superman, you're off base
Relieving Your Child’s Anxiety About Returning To School
The countdown to the first day of school is can be filled with excitement, new clothes, new supplies, but this year the unknown may be worrisome for some before heading back to the classroom.
What’s The Latest On A Second Stimulus Check?
Both Republicans and Democrats want to send Americans a second round of stimulus checks as part of the next coronavirus aid package. WIVB-TV reports that we’re finally hearing about “productive” conversations that could put you closer to receiving the next $1,200 direct payment.
Were You Getting More On Unemployment Than Working?
For some people, the extra $600 unemployment benefit, that by the way is coming to an end, is a saving grace.
Spending Lots Of Time Outdoors…Watch For Ticks
With warm weather here and the start of Summer rapidly approaching there is growing concern about ticks in our area.
Incident With Buffalo Police Ends With A Hug
The City of Buffalo has made national headlines after recent events involving police and protesters. Just days before that viral video, there was another one that did get much attention.
A Viral Video From Niagara Falls Shows Another Side Of Policing
Another video of police here in Western New York aired on WIVB-TV is going viral on social media but not for the reasons you might think.
Tips For Planning A Staycation This Year
Every weekday morning at 8:10 we do a feature on 96.1 The Breeze called "Tell Me Something Good". Today we highlighted a poem, but not just any poem, one that aptly, and subtly describes the author, Leslie Dwight's thoughts on the year 2020...and should give us all reason to pause an…
Man Says Wife’s Love Letters Saved Him From Covid-19
WIVB-TV last night aired the story of a 68-year-old man recovering from COVID-19 who says he believes love letters written by his wife, and read to him by nurses while he was in a medically induced coma, saved his life.
Unemployment Hits 14.7%…First Time Since The Depression
The Covid-19 pandemic led to record jobs lost in April sending the unemployment rate to its highest in nearly a century.