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.
BC Parks Triathlon is Back
Now celebrating its 15th year, the Broome County Parks Triathlon will be help on Saturday June 26th at Dorchester park in Whitney Point.
12 Fun Facts You Didn’t Know About The New York State Fair
New York’s biggest late summer event, the New York State fair is on for this year, the 18 day celebration at the fairgrounds is Syracuse draws in more than a million people
Knicks Defeat Pelicans In OT for Sixth Straight Win
The New York Knicks battled it out in the fourth quarter, forcing overtime and defeating the New Orleans Pelicans 122-112.
Annual Girl Scout Cookie Drive Wraps Up
The Girl Scouts of NYPENN pathways wrapped up their annual cookie drive on March 28th and although it was less than the goal, the drive did surprisingly well in the midst of a global pandemic.
Waterman Conservation Center Opens Events
The Waterman Conservation Center is getting ready for the warmer months with a series of programs and events, including the Earth Day Clean Up on April 21st
Knicks Defeat Pelicans In Fourth Straight Win
The New York Knicks have their season best winning streak at four games with a 116 106 win over the New Orleans Pelicans.
Local Historian Writes Book on Regional History
Lucas Kaczynski a local author, collector and historian, has a story to tell about our local history, that continues to intrigue and color our lives today.
Live Theater Returns to Endicott
Entertainment is making a slow and steady re-emergence, as movie theaters and clubs start to open up, and the Endicott Performing Arts Center have been holding auditions for their upcoming events.
Vestal Schools in Odyssey Virtual World Finals [GALLERY]
The Vestal High school and middle school have taken first place in their division for problem solving in the New York State Odyssey of the Mind championship this month.
Kopernik Offers Both Virtual and In-Person Kids Summer Camps
The Kopernik Observatory will once again hold it’s summer camps, and this year they are both virtual and in-person opportunities.