I have been an “on air” personality for over 26 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, read, spend time with my family and play with my dog.
Workplace Discrimination and Harassment Protections Now in Effect
Legislation broadens the the scope of New York’s workplace anti-discrimination and sexual harassment protections
NY’s Attorney General Announces Partnership To Fight Robocalls
There's also a plan in place to put a stop to illegal robocalls.
Chandler Found In Binghamton By Police
A missing Oneonta woman has been located.
Destination Oneonta Invites All To A Community Picnic
Your side dish could win a prize.
Don’t Fall Prey To The Gift Card Scam!
This is an easy scam to fall for.
NYS Police Increased Patrols During July 4 Holiday
The New York State Police have announced that they will increase patrols to crack down on drunk and drugged driving and other traffic infractions over the Fourth of July holiday. This includes various sobriety checkpoints and targeting reckless and aggressive driving to keep the roads safe for…
America’s Favorite July Fourth Foods Revealed [Poll]
Everyone's getting ready for the 4th of July, anticipating fun with family and friends. One of the best things about the 4th of July in my opinion is the delicious picnic
Vacations Better Than Owning More Stuff For Happiness
Next time you go to buy something, reconsider.
Do You Have A ‘Zombie’ Home On Your Street?
This is a common problem in many communities.
DEP Updates Recreation Rules For NYC Watershed Land Use
These new rules impact outdoor recreation in parts of our area.
Bainbridge Teen Finishes Strong In National Spelling Bee
The third time was not the charm for 14-year-old Melodie Loya of Bainbridge who was eliminated in the seventh round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. The home-schooled student made it farther this year than in the last two years but she will be too old to compete in next year’s b…
Two Cooperstown Girls Make Tennis History
These two girls have an impressive achievement under their belts.
CBS Evening News Visits Valleyview Elementary School In Oneonta
These students were very surprised to learn that their quest had gotten national news attention!