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.
Overwhelming Number Of Working Moms Stressed Out
Stress at work and home is taking its toll on many moms.
Max Brooks Is Back With More Zombie Fun [VIDEO]
Max Brooks is a name you might know if you like Zombie movies and shows. He's not with The Walking Dead, but he did burst onto the literary scene with the New York Times bestsellers World War Z (which became a movie featuring Brad Pitt) and The Zombie Survival Guide.
Students Hand Over Video, Photos Of Pumpkin Chaos
The president of Keene State College says students are turning over video and photos of the mayhem that broke out during a family-friendly pumpkin festival over the weekend.
Government Ups Air Bag Warning To 7.8 Million Vehicles
The U.S. government is adding more than 3 million vehicles to a rare warning about faulty air bags that have the potential to kill or injure drivers or passengers in a crash.
Wasabi Ginger Wins The Lay’s Potato Chip Contest
Wasabi Ginger beat out three competitors to win Lay's annual "Do Us a Flavor" contest and become its newest potato chip flavor.
Three U.S. Teen Girls May Have Been Trying To Join ISIS
U.S. authorities believe three American teenage girls from suburban Denver may have been trying to join Islamic State (ISIS) militants in Syria. AP cited a U.S. official as saying that it's clear that the girls, 17- and 15-year-old sisters of Somali descent and their 16-year-old friend of Sudanese d…
Are Parents Letting Their Kids Watch More Movies With Sex And Violence?
Are parents getting desensitized to sex and violence in movies? A new study reveals that "PG-13" movies now contain more violence than they did in the 90s, and the number of sex scenes in "R" rated movies is up too. But why? It may be because the more parents watc…
Groups Spending Millions On Ballot Questions
Casino companies that have won licenses in Massachusetts have donated $4.5 million this month to a group fighting repeal of the state's gambling law.
Fashion Designer Oscar De La Renta Dead at 82
Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta died last night at his Connecticut home, with a statement saying he was surrounded by his family and friends. He was 82. No cause of death was given, but AP said he had spoken in the past about having cancer.
Veteran White House official Ron Klain has been appointed by President Barack Obama as the so-called “Ebola czar” who will oversee the government’s response to the deadly virus. Klain hasn’t even started his new job yet,…