I'm the News Director here at WIBX and have worked in radio in Utica since 1982 and got my start at WRUN. I graduated from Herkimer County Community College with a degree in Radio-TV Broadcasting and I'm currently a member of the HCCC Radio-TV Advisory Committee. My hobbies include music, collecting sports memorabilia, golfing, biking and yes I'll admit it, professional wrestling. I am an avid sports fan as well and root for the Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres, Houston Astros and Colgate University. Favorite charitable cause include The Resuce Mission of Utica, where I volunteer every Thanksgiving, and the Sitrin STARS Program. In addition to my daily newscasts, you can catch me co-hostng the CNY Travel Show every Sunday morning.
New Yorkers Oppose New License Plate Requirement
New Yorkers oppose the recently announced requirement that motorists must turn in their license plates that are more than ten years old and replace them with new ones.
State Fair Adds Three New Food Choices For 2019
Attendees of the Great New York State Fair will be able to sample three new food choices this year.
Could Woodstock 50 Be Coming To Vernon Downs?
Could Woodstock be coming back to Central New York?
New York Thruway Authority Picks Team To Install Cashless Tolling
The NY Thruway Authority Board of Directors has approved the selection of the team that will complete the installation of cashless tolling on the Thruway.
RCIL Commends Passage Of Disability Rights Legislation
The Senate and Assembly have passed legislation to reinstate the Office of the Advocate for People With Disabilities.
Brindisi Delivers Books To Sherburne Library
Congressman Anthony Brindisi and his wife Erica visited the Sherburne Public Library on Wednesday to deliver books and meet with library staff.
Voters Approve 98 Percent Of School Budgets Statewide
Voters across New York state approved 98 percent of school budgets on Tuesday.
Police To Crack Down On Impaired And Reckless Driving
State Police and local law enforcement statewide will increase patrols to combat drunk, impaired and reckless driving throughout Memorial Day weekend.
Seward Calls For Tax Exemption For Volunteer First Responders
State Senator James Seward was joined in Albany on Monday by Assemblyman Chris Tague to introduce legislation to to aid volunteer first responders.
NYS Private Sector Job Count Reaches New, All Time High
New York State's private sector job count reached a new, all-time high in April.