I grew up in East Aurora, N.Y., and am the youngest of five kids. After attending East Aurora High School, I went on to graduate from Canisius College. It’s amazing how fast time has gone and hard to believe that I have been a part of WYRK’s staff for over 20 years. My wife Elizabeth, our beautiful boys Harrison (Hank) and Theodore (Teddy) and our two dogs, Pepper and Lucy, and I all squeeze in to a house in the Town of Hamburg. When I’m not on the air or writing for our website, I love being outside. Hunting, fishing, working around the house -- if it’s outdoors, count me in! I am a big fan of traditional country and George Strait music. I have a goal (dream?) of having a small ranch someday and maybe even raise a few cows. I look forward to helping people in any way I can and being a part of Western New York’s mornings every week!
CBD Jelly Beans Are Here For Easter
The candy will come in 38 flavors!
Snooze Button Being Removed From Your iPhone?
If you are the type that doesn't jump out of bed at the first alarm, this may be difficult for you.
Skyway Construction Begins Again
If you take Route 5 in to the city, here come the delays!
Pi Day Deals In Buffalo For Thursday 3.14
It's a big day for mathematicians!
The Trash Tag Challenge Is The Best One Yet
This is an idea I can get behind!
Win $1,000 For Your Buffalo Neighborhood
There is a new campaign for 2019 that could earn your block up to $1,000!
Parents Face Fine For Their Kids Being Bullies
Your kids behavior could cost you thousands!
Hamburg Police Issue Stern Ice Warning
It is pretty and very majestic. However, it is very dangerous.
Buffalo Bills Accepting Applications To Be The Next Mascot!
If you love the Buffalo Bills, here is a great way to be on the field with your favorite team!
Do You Know Cheektowaga’s Onesie-Wearing Bandit?
The onesie bandit got away with $500
Winter Weather Advisory For Buffalo Area Includes Ice
It won't be the snow that is the problem to start the week!
No More “Scary Dogs” At The Airport
The next time you travel you may notice that there are less "scary dogs" sniffing around.