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.
New York State Police Still Seek Leads in Nearly Year-Old Case
New York State Police say they are still looking for information about a 32-year-old Endicott man who has been missing for almost a year.
School Bus Crash on Friday
One person injured as Union Endicott school bus goes off the road.
HEAP program has more money for heating season
Beginning Tuesday, the state is making an additional 15-million dollars available from HEAP...the Home Energy Assistance Program for residents in need. People in households that have already received assistance from HEAP are eligible. State officials say those who qualify can get up to $2,200 if they're facing possible energy shut-off or are running out of heating fuel with no way to pay for more
Last Ollie’s Outlet Founder Dies
Founder and CEO of Ollie's Bargain Outlet, Mark Butler has passed away.
NYSEG to Inspect Storm Repairs by Air
New York State Electric and Gas says it will start going looking at their systems to make sure all the post-storm repairs this week are permanent.
Winter Parking Rules Take Effect
Winter parking regulations are in effect in several Broome County municipalities. Alternate side of the street parking in the City of Binghamton is on an odd-even system that takes effect each evening. Drivers are advised to park for the next day as of 5pm...
Adult, 3 teens charged in Otsego County death
Four people, including three juveniles, have been arrested in the death of an Otsego County man. New York State Police say two 15-year-olds, a 17-year-old and 32-year old Nicolas Meridy have been charged with felony murder. All of the suspects are said to be from the Oneonta area...
Tioga County Man Accused of Stealing Security Device
Tioga County Sheriff’s officials report a man is being charged for allegedly stealing something that is supposed to thwart crime.
Village bomb squad gets $100K for IED training
The Village of Endicott Police Bomb Squad will share in a $2-million federal grant for equipment and training among New York agencies. Most of the 100-thousand-dollars for the Endicott Bomb Squad is earmarked for training on how to locate and prevent emergencies caused by IEDs…improvised explosive devices...
Church in two counties to get historic designation
The border of Broome and Delaware Counties runs through the property of the First Presbyterian Church of Deposit. Located on Second Street in the village, the brick and stone church was built in 1880. It's among 14 properties and districts just recommended for the register of historic places by the New York State Board for Historic Preservation...