Been up and down the radio dial a few times. Started in New Bedford in the late 1970's at WNBH/WMYS. My journey took paths through Burlington, Vermont, Plattsburg, New York and Providence, Rhode Island before winding it's way back home again. I have done missionary work in Haiti, air boated through The Everglades and watched the sun go down in the deserts of Arizona and Nevada but my best times are spent with my wonderful wife Suzanne and my terrific sons Zachary and Steven. My passions include kayaking, travel, music and following current events.
New Bedford Grocer Hints at Potential Holiday Turkey Troubles
Avian flu and other influences could keep turkey supplies low and prices high this holiday season, as one New Bedford grocery store has indicated.
Warren, Markey and Keating Unable to Secure Cape Bridge Money
Inflation and construction delays are driving up the cost of replacing the aging Cape Cod bridges, both of which are in need of repair.
Dartmouth Football Stadium Enshrines Wampanoag Indian Logo
Plaques honoring the Dartmouth High School Indian name and logo are now in place at the school and the Memorial Stadium football field.
Massachusetts Police Cite Tens of Thousands of Distracted Drivers
Nearly 40,000 people were cited for distracted driving in Massachusetts during the first eight months of this year.
Proposal for Dartmouth Marijuana Cultivation Facility Still Undecided
Dartmouth's Zoning Board of Appeals could decide next month on the fate of a proposed medicinal and recreational marijuana cultivation facility.
Fall River’s Al Mac’s Diner Owner Eyes Former Shawmut Diner
Cliff Ponte, owner of Fall River's Al Mac's Diner, said he would offer to buy the Shawmut Diner, formerly of New Bedford, if he can find the land to put it on.
Massachusetts School District Bans ‘Political’ Items
Gay Pride, Thin Blue Line, and Black Lives Matter flags are among the political items banned from classrooms in Stoughton, Massachusetts.
Parts of the SouthCoast Will See Stunning Electric Rate Increase
National Grid, which provides electricity to Fall River, Westport, Swansea, and Somerset, will raise rates 64 percent on November 1.
New Bedford’s Beloved Shawmut Diner Remains ‘In Limbo’
The Shawmut Diner remains on risers at the Bristol County House of Corrections in Dartmouth in need of funding to convert it into an inmate training facility.
One in Nine Massachusetts Residents Could Get Student Debt Relief
More than 11 percent of the Massachusetts population is eligible for student loan forgiveness under the Biden Administration's plan.