I'm the News Director at WIBX and have worked in radio in Utica since 1982 when I 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. I love music, collecting sports memorabilia, golfing, biking and yes I'll admit it, professional wrestling. I am also an avid sports fan as well rooting for the Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres, Houston Astros, and Colgate University. A favorite charitable cause is The Rescue Mission of Utica, where I volunteer every Thanksgiving, and participating in the Sitrin STARS Program. In addition to my daily newscasts, you can catch me co-hostng the CNY Travel Show every Sunday morning.
Oneida County Sheriff’s Office Holds Correction Officer Graduation Ceremony
The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office held its 2021 Corrections Office Basic Training Academy Graduation Ceremony on Friday evening at Harts Hills Inn in Whitesboro.
Upgrades Of Historic 1932 Jack Shea Arena In Lake Placid Now Complete
The 1932 Jack Shea Arena at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid, New York has received a makeover.
Bouckville Teen Arrested For Making Terroristic Threats Against A School
A Madison County teen has been arrested for allegedly making terroristic threats against a school.
Minnesota Man Who Attended Convention In NYC Tests Positive For The Omicron Variant
Governor Kathy Hohcul says a Minnesota man who tested positive for the Omicron variant of the coronavirus attended an anime convention in New York City last month.
Oneida County Gets $1.4 Million In Federal Funding For COVID Response
Federal funding to support the COVID-19 response is headed to Oneida County.
Man Arrested ‘Cause Ain’t Nobody Got Time for Fake 911 Calls
A Utica man has been arrested after allegedly calling 911 for several days and using abusive and vulgar language.
Christmas Ornaments From Clinton Elementary School On Display In Washington
Congresswoman Claudia Tenney is displaying Christmas ornaments made by students at Clinton central Elementary School in the nation’s capital.
Utica School District Residents To Vote On $18 Million CTE Proposal Next Week
Residents in the Utica City School District will head to the polls next Tuesday, December 7, to vote on a nearly $18 million dollar referendum to establish on-site Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs.
Take A Look, Utica Police Officers Patrol Downtown In The 1940’s and 50’s
Let's take a trip in the Way Back Machine, thanks to the Utica Police Department.
Donating To A Charity This Holiday? Attorney General Offers Some Tips
With Giving Tuesday right around the corner, New York State Attorney General Letitia James is releasing her annual “Pennies for Charities: Fundraising by Professional Fundraisers” report.