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.
Coast Guard Responds to Disabled Ferry Stuck in Vineyard Sound
The Coast Guard responded the Vineyard Sound Saturday night after a ferry with 78 passengers aboard lost power while traveling to Woods Hole from Martha's Vineyard.
WBSM TV: The Sports Show
The guys try to wrap their heads around the Patriots' free agency decisions, as Danny Amendola, Dion Lewis, Malcolm Butler and Nate Solder depart while the Pats lack any splashy moves themselves.
Suspect In Fatal Dartmouth Hit and Run Held on $25K Bail
A California man residing in Westport, Natalie Vieira is ordered held at $25,000 cash bail and faces charges relating to the hit and run death of Stasha Lynn-Faria.
School Committee Reviews Active Shooter Safety Measures
The School Committee briefly reviewed district wide safety measures during a meeting on Monday night, but didn't get into the specifics of what's being planned.
WBSM TV: The Sports Show
The guys start with some discussion of the NFL off season including Richard Sherman's departure from the Seahawks, then jump back into discussing the Red Sox preseason.
Warren: No Intention Of Running For President In 2020
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren says she has no intention of running for president in 2020. Warren refuses to pledge to complete a six-year Senate term if re-elected.
Gomes: Proposed Opioid Lawsuit No ‘Publicity Stunt’
Councillor Brian Gomes responded to comments made by Mayor Mitchell on WBSM Wednesday, calling Gomes’ proposal to sue opioid manufacturers a chance "to grab a good political headline.”
What They’re Saying About the State of the City Speech
Prominent local business and civic leaders react to Mayor Mitchell's State of the City address.
Mitchell Touts New Bedford’s Successes in State of City Address
Mitchell, elected to his fourth term in office, reviewed the accomplishments of his administration and detailed his 2018 agenda for multiple areas of the city.
Search Committee Names Finalists for New Bedford Superintendent
The final list of applicants to replace New Bedford Superintendent Dr. Pia Durkin, who announced her resignation late last year, were announced on Wednesday.