I have been an “on air” personality for over 20 years. It's hard to imagine doing anything else because it's still so much fun! Every morning on the show I interview different community members about events or issues. 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.
Seward Commemorates Second Chance Month
Senator James Seward visited the Otsego County Sheriff’s office on Thursday to present a proclamation commemorating Second Chance Month
Oneonta To Celebrate Arbor Day With Events
According to a City of Oneonta press release, Oneonta will celebrate Arbor Day on April 27 with a tree planting ceremony at the Swart Wilcox Historical Park, along with other activities.
Baseball Hall Of Fame Hosting Conference Today
The annual Frederick Ivor-Campbell 19th Century Base Ball Conference is today at the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown.
Free Statewide Naloxone Training Sessions Offered
The New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services announced it’s conducting free naloxone training sessions across the state.
Oneonta Middle School Hosting Craft-Vendor Fair Saturday
Oneonta Middle School is holding a Craft and Vendor Fair on Saturday beginning at 10:00 a.m until 2 p.m.
Seward To Commemorate Second Chance Month
Today Senator James Seward will present a special New York State Senate proclamation commemorating Second Chance Month
New York State Tax Collections Up
A rush of New Yorkers paying personal income taxes last December is being credited as one reasons state tax receipts increased in the recently-ended fiscal year.
History Buffs Can Enjoy Annual Partners In Preservation Event Saturday
According to The Otsego County Historical Association, they will be co-sponsoring along with the Greater Milford Historical Society, the 4th Annual Partners In Preservation event
Cuomo Restores Voting Rights For Parolees
New York is granting parolees the right to vote. According to Governor Cuomo's Office, the move comes from an executive order signed Wednesday
Coates Found Guilty of Murder
After two days of deliberations a jury finds Jeremy Coates guilty of murdering David Green at Green’s Oxford home in 2016.