I've been doing this radio thing for 40 years now. I've been a part of the morning show since 1986. Ever since I was a kid, I've loved to read. I read the newspaper each day nearly cover to cover, nearly everything except the classifieds. I’m a lifelong Bills and Sabres fan and I've been a regular in the press box of both teams since 1979. You’d think in all that time one of those teams would win a championship! Four cracks at it for the Bills and two for the Sabres and they came up short each time. I was born in Buffalo and raised in Tonawanda. I went to college at Niagara University and since Clay went to Canisius, we get to tease each other twice each year when the Eagles and Griffs meet to play basketball. I began buying records when I was just a kid and have held on to that vinyl all these years. I have a lot of old 45’s in their original sleeves. I bet a lot of millennials have no idea what I’m talking about. Another thing I began doing when I was a kid was riding a bike and I haven’t given that up either. In addition to radio another thing I enjoy doing is officiating high school football. I’m entering my 32nd year doing that.
Chef’s Restaurant Taking A Huge Step Forward
It will feature all of the menu items of their original restaurant, but it will served over the counter along with a drive-thru window.
12-Year Old Arrested In Williamsville Bomb Threat
A 12-year old student is charged with making a terroristic threat. The case will be referred to Family Court.
NFL Commissioner Wants A New Buffalo Football Stadium
$13-billion has been spent on new stadiums in the past eight years and $11-million of that has been thru private funding.
Kids Helping Design N.T. Playground
Up to 200 volunteers are needed to put the playground together. The project is expected to take approximately six hours.
Permanent Vietnam Memorial Coming to Knox Farm
It will be an 80% scale model of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington and will serve as the centerpiece of a larger venue dedicated to veterans of conflicts dating to the Revolutionary War.
Stamp Out Hunger This Saturday
You can make a donation simply by filling a bag with non-perishable food items, preferably cans and packaged foods, and leave the bag at your mailbox before your regular mail delivery on Saturday.
Erie County Fair Accepting Applications for Fair Camp
It's a two and a half day experience where kids and their parents can stay at the fair, sleeping overnight in a barn, helping with farm chores, showing and caring for animals
NFL Releases Official 2019 Schedule
Bills open and close with the Jets. First game at home in Week 3 against the Bengals
UB Men and Women Bow Out of NCAA Tournament
The Texas Tech Red Raiders dominated UB on the men's side enroute to a 78-58 men while the the women were beaten by one of the best teams in the country over the past two decades. The University of Connecticut eliminated UB 84-74.
Niagara Falls To Be Lit Up In Green For St. Patrick’s Day
The new enhanced LED lighting technology not only provide more intense lighting and a broader variety of colors, it's done using 60% less energy.
Alex Trebek Diagnosed With Cancer
The odds are not good, but Trebek pledges to keep working and plans to beat the statistics.
A Call For Art in North Tonawanda
The art will be displayed in the windows of a number of vacant buildings and storefronts to create a walking art gallery