Graduated Bridgewater State University in 2015 with a Communications Degree in Media Technology. I work in the news room with Taylor Cormier and Tim Weisberg, bringing you everything happening in New Bedford and the south coast. You can also catch me on the air hourly on Sunday mornings as I update you on what's breaking in the area. I first gained interest in working in radio during my final semester at BSU where I got the opportunity to intern for WEEI's Dennis & Callahan Show, my favorite show at the time. Ever since then I've worked in radio in a number of different roles, which has led me to a job I thoroughly enjoy, here at WBSM.
Council Votes To Boost School Security In Wake Of Florida Tragedy
During a Thursday night meeting, the council acted on two motions that call for security enhancements in reaction to active shooter situations.
Transportation Secretary Details Plans For South Coast Rail
Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack presented an in-depth review of Phase I, expected to provide commuter service from the south coast to Boston by 2022.
Fire May Have Been Started On Outside Of Buildings
The New Bedford Fire Department responded to calls of a multi-building fire on Grandfield Street in the city's north end just before 3:00 p.m. on Monday.
WBSM TV: Sports Show with Tim and Jim
Tim Dunn and Jimmy Wilkins discuss the upcoming MLB season, and how they think the Red Sox will fare in the AL East.
New Bedford Celebrates First Annual Frederick Douglass Day
In honor of Frederick Douglass' 200th birthday, city officials joined the New Bedford Historical Society and students from Carney Academy to celebrate his life.
Middleborough Officials Hold Off on South Coast Rail Vote
The Middleborough Board of Selectmen elected to delay voting on the proposal for a 'Middleborough Alternative' to South Coast Rail.
Council Acts On Marijuana Moratorium, South End Safety Center
In an 8-3 vote, City Council has decided to place a temporary moratorium on opening up the recreational marijuana industry in the Whaling City.
Superintendent Search Committee Hosts Public Input Meeting
Representatives of Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates hosted a community input meeting on Tuesday, the second of three this week, to see what the public wants in a new superintendent.
State Cannabis Control Commission Holds Public Hearing
Commissioner Kay Doyle and Director Shawn Collins fielded comments from those attending the hearing at UMASS Dartmouth on Tuesday, one of ten in the state.
Fairhaven Holds Public Forum On Local Marijuana Regulation
The Fairhaven Board of Selectmen opened the discussion to the public in an effort to get a sense of what regulations on marijuana use should be imposed in the town.