I was born and raised just across the PA border in a town called Carbondale. I’m the youngest of 7 kids. My parents wanted 8 but after I was born, they knew they couldn’t do any better. Kidding…kind of. I started in Binghamton radio over 25 years ago and I live in Endicott with my wife, Chris who I married on 07/07/07. I have a stepson Ian, who is an awesome kid. I like to golf, sleep, play and watch sports, and hang out with family and friends.
No Halloween or Christmas Peeps This Year
If you are a big fan of the marshmallow treats called Peeps, you will probably be disappointed to read this.
One of the Most Beloved B-Mets Ever Announces Retirement
Four-time Major League Baseball All-Star shortstop, Jose Reyes, took to Twitter last night to announce he is officially retiring.
4,400 Jobs Available Right Now in the Southern Tier
According to the New York Department of Labor, there are over 4,400 jobs available right now in the Southern Tier. All types of jobs available. Find out more.
Local Radio Legend Hangs up His Headphones
After 42 years broadcasting in the Binghamton area, Roger Neel from News Radio 1290 has signed off for the last time. Kind of. Here's my tribute to the legend.
Where Did NY and PA Finish for States That Drink the Most Beer per Capita
You would think with all the beer that is purchased in Binghamton alone, New York state, that New York state would be in the top 10 ... But it is not.
Do Not Procrastinate for Mother’s Day This Year
I'm a procrastinator myself so I get it. But, because of the Covid-19 pandemic, you really can't wait until the last minute this year. This should help you.
Binghamton P.E. Teacher Recognized by Good Morning America
Good Morning America posted a video on their Twitter account last week that featured a Physical Education teacher, Melinda Ligeikis from Binghamton High School.
Union-Endicott High School Pays Tribute to Seniors
The graduating class of 2020 will end their school year like no other graduating class in history. No graduation ceremony and no prom.
Sunday Drives Are Making a Comeback During Pandemic
People are resorting to the old classic Sunday drive as a way to get out of the house during the pandemic. But that's not all they are using their cars for.
Dead People Have Received Stimulus Checks
While millions of people are still waiting for their stimulus checks from the IRS, there are reports that some checks were sent to people who are dead.