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.
Local Energy Companies Warning of New Round of Scams
Reports of a few different types of scams are coming from local energy company customers
Slippery Snow Mix To Dump on CNY Wednesday Night
Check the latest weather conditions from our website at any time
NY State Healthcare Exchange Enrollment Extended Through Today
To enroll call 1-855-355-5777 or go to health.ny.gov
Seward Holds News Conference On Bail Reform
Seward says any chance to make changes may have to wait for the passage of the 2021 budget
Sheriffs’ Association Passes Resolution Opposing Legalization of Marijuana
The Association hopes to stop legislation that would legalize marijuana in New York State
Jury Deliberation Begins Today in Oneonta Murder-Arson Case
Truitt is accused of setting a fire at a Walling Avenue apartment building which took the life of former Oneonta firefighter John Heller.
Man Arrested For Brandishing Weapon in Norwich
Rolley has been released on his own recognizance
New York State Coronavirus Update
While there is currently no vaccine for this novel coronavirus, preventative actions can help stop the spread of this and other respiratory viruses
Sergeant Smith Awarded ‘Carl Draxler Award’ at Sheriff’s Conference
Sheriff Dumond praises Sergeant Smith’s integrity, work ethic, superb demonstrated abilities, and overall devotion to the Sheriff’s Office
Public Meeting On Cooperstown Parking Lot For Bassett
The Cooperstown Village Board is expected to make a decision next month.