I've been on the air at WBSM since 2002, when I had the chance to co-host the weekly sports program, "The Locker Room." In 2006, I began hosting my own program, "Spooky Southcoast," which covers paranormal topics and has aired Saturday nights at 10 p.m. ever since. In 2013, I took over the Saturday morning time slot from Taylor Cormier, focusing on local stories and general talk, and remained there for about four years, when I was offered a full-time position in the WBSM newsroom. I then worked as a reporter and afternoon news anchor for the next 18 months. In July 2018, I was given the opportunity to combine all of that experience to become the Digital Managing Editor for Townsquare Media New Bedford. My job is to oversee the digital brands for both WBSM and Fun 107, including their websites and social media.
Wareham Police Arrest Woman for Allegedly Stealing Tools
Wareham Police arrested a woman recently after allegedly stealing for than $1,200 worth of goods from Lowe’s over separate visits.
New Bedford Getting $224K Grant for Downtown Improvements
New Bedford is receiving just over $224,000 in funding to help bring people back to the downtown area as the COVID-19 pandemic hopefully continues to wane.
New Bedford Fire Department’s Next ‘Quint’ Truck Arrives
The new-to-New Bedford 'quint' fire apparatus has arrived in the city.
Taunton Repeat Illegal Firearm Offender Sentenced to Prison
A 42-year-old Taunton man who unlawfully possessed a host of illegal firearms, including a machine gun, was sentenced last week to state prison.
Middleboro Man Indicted on Charges That He Murdered His Parents
The Middleboro man accused of stabbing both of his parents to death in December of last year has been indicted on two counts of murder.
New Bedford Man Indicted in Fatal Brockton Crash, Allegedly Was High
A 30-year-old New Bedford man who was allegedly high on marijuana when he struck and killed a 54-year-old West Bridgewater woman in Brockton has been indicted.
New Bedford Man Charged With Giving Obscene Material to a Minor
A New Bedford man was arrested Wednesday by Acushnet Police on a warrant for allegedly giving obscene material to a minor.
New Bedford Schools Announce Increase to In-Person Learning
New Bedford Public Schools is set to launch the next phase of increased in-person instruction in classrooms, beginning on March 1.
Fall River Repeat Domestic Abuser Sentenced to Prison
A Fall River man who violently assaulted his girlfriend on a public street last April was sentenced last week to serve up to six years in state prison.
Rehoboth Police Arrest Trio That Sped 140 MPH Down Route 6
Rehoboth Police arrested three New York men after a vehicle in which they were traveling hit speeds as fast as 140 miles per hour while on Route 44.