At age 3 my parents moved the family from Brooklyn to the City of Newburgh thinking it would be safer place for my brother and I to grew up. That may have not turned out to be true (lol) but I'm proud of my Newburgh upbringing and believe it helped me become a the person I am today! For the past 13 years I’ve been covering local news and sports in the Tri-state Area for a host of companies, including MLB and CBS. I enjoy spending time with family and friends. I probably spend too much time at the gym and watching T.V./Sports. Some favorite shows include Lost, Breaking Bad, The Wire, Friday Night Lights, Seinfeld, and Survivor! (Watched since season 1) For a few years, I was the Sports Director for Cablevision News covering Hudson Valley sports. Each night, I was on-air anchoring while delivering probably too many "regrettable" pop culture references. After spending time commuting to NYC or Albany, I’m happy to be working again in the Hudson Valley. Each morning you can hear me on 101.5 WPDH delivering the top and trending stories of the day.
Cuomo Issues Mandatory Order Before All New York Malls Can Reopen
Malls in the Hudson Valley and across the state are going to be shut down for at least a little longer.
Man Loses Job in Hudson Valley After ‘George Floyd Challenge’
Companies are parting ways with a man who was seen on social media commenting on the "George Floyd Challenge."
16 New York Beaches Are Open for Swimming
Sixteen beaches across New York State are opening for swimming for Memorial Day Weekend, with social distancing guidelines.
Injured Owl, Muskrat Rescued in Hudson Valley
Officials helped save an injured Owl and muskrat in the local area.
Timeline For When New Yorkers Will Get Stimulus Check
If you haven't received your COVID-19 stimulus money, here's exactly when you can expect a check to be mailed to you.
Cuomo: All New Yorkers Must Cover Face While in Public
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a new executive order on Wednesday, all New Yorkers must have their face covered when in public.
These Health Issues Are Killing Most New Yorkers With COVID-19
Nearly 11,000 New Yorkers have died from COVID-19. These 10 underlying health issues are killing the most.
World-Famous Painter From Hudson Valley Dies From COVID-19
Coronavirus has claimed the life of a world-famous Hudson Valley artist.
New Guidance Issued for New York Hiking Trails, Parks
Officials issued new guidance due to an increase in usage at popular Hudson Valley hiking trails and New York State parks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All New York State Park Playgrounds, Courts, Fields Are Closed
All New York State park playgrounds, athletic courts and sporting fields have been closed to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.