Tom has been with WNBF for more than two decades. He first got his start at the station back in the 70s and has worked in radio, television, and print since. Tom was honored numerous times by the New York State Broadcasters’ Association and the Associated Press for his coverage of breaking and long-form news. He’s delivered spot news for ABC Radio and NPR, including a prison riot and flood coverage. In 1996, Tom rejoined WNBF as a weekend news anchor. And on weekdays, he fills in for Roger Neel on First News. Born in Binghamton, Tom lives in the Town of Union.
Spring cleanup and beautification effort begins
Pennsylvania residents are urged to take part in the Great American Cleanup.
Gun threat in Vestal
Officers say they arrived on scene just after several people took gun from man.
JC Drug Arrest
Public tips off authorities on drugs.
Broome Sheriff Says Beware of Bogus Calls
Calls said to be from office seem legitimate, but are not from the department.
Knock on door by phony cops
Suspicious males claim to be troopers.
Fatal Crash in Pennsylvania
Troopers continue to look into cause of fatal wreck on Monday morning.
Arrest in Tioga County shooting
A Tompkins County man gives up after sheriff's department search following reported injury to two people
Serling Fest 2018
Hometown hosts events to honor writer, television show creator.
Update on Tioga shooting
Deputies seek man in connection with July 5th incident.
Independence Day Traffic Enforcement
Extra patrols will be added over the July 4th Holiday on New York State roadways.