Pete was born and raised in the New Bedford area and got interested in radio when he was a teenager. He's been doing the morning show here at WBSM since 1989. He lives in Fairhaven with his wife Priscilla and their 4 children. He's very active in youth sports coaching baseball and softball. He admits to being addicted to the internet but claims it's "research" for the morning show.
Is It Ever Okay To Idle In The Fire Lane? [POLL]
We had a call on the morning show today from a woman who said she and her husband had gone to Stop & Shop (she did not say which one) to just run in and get an item. Her husband waited in the car, with the car running, in front of the store. He did pull up so that he was not blocking the doo…
Man Claims Lottery Prize At The Last Minute
Just a few hours before his winning ticket was to expire, Dennis Cote of Ware arrived at Massachusetts Lottery headquarters in Braintree to claim his $25,000 a year for life prize from the “Lucky for Life” drawing held Sept. 26, 2013.
Amazing Statistics About Suicide In Massachusetts And What We Can Do
It's called "A Day In My Shoes" The Suicide Prevention Awareness Walk and it will be held this Saturday in New Bedford. Rev. David Lima was a guest on the morning show today and he told us about the walk and some amazing statistics about suicide in America and…
What Do You Think About The President’s “Latte Salute?”[POLL]
Here's the video we were talking about this morning. President Obama is seen getting off Marine One and salute the Marine with the coffee in his hand. It has already been dubbed "Latte Salute", has gone viral and is trending on Twitter.
This Week’s “Hot Jobs List”
Here's this Hot Jobs list for this week:
You Need A Break! Every 52 Minutes And We Even Know For How Long
To work more productively, work less; that's the finding of a new study.
Should We Be Worried About The Missing Afghan Soldiers?
The news broke Sunday night that three Afghan National Army soldiers have been reported missing from a training exercise at Camp Edwards on the Cape..
Ray Rice To Claim Elevator Video Was Edited
ESPN is reporting this morning that Ray Rice, who was suspended indefinitely by the Baltimore Ravens for domestic abuse, will claim in his appeal that the NFL made their decision based on a video that was edited by TMZ.
Americans Are Upset With The NFL But Still Watching
A new NBC/Marist poll found that a majority of Americans disapprove of the way the NFL has handled the issue of domestic violence, which blew up with the recent release of the video showing Ray Rice knocking his now-wife unconscious in an elevator earlier this year
New Radar Gun Tells If You Are Texting While Driving
A radar gun is being developed by a company called ComSonics that would be able to pick up radio frequencies showing that drivers are texting.