Joe Chille Reads “The Swing” By Robert Louis Stevenson
People are jumping on the bandwagon of reading books for kids online. It's an activity that can either be used to keep children busy or for family time with kids and parents.
What You Need To Know About The CARES Act In New York State
If you find yourself unemployed during the COVID-19 pandemic, here is everything you need to know about unemployment benefits and the CARES Act that was passed on March 27th.
Things WNY'ers Are Doing That They Haven't Done Before
With the "new reality" we have been dealing with over the past two weeks and we're finding ourselves doing stuff we may have never done before.
How WNY Can Stay Mentally Healthy During Uncertain Times
We are all spending a lot of time indoors and keeping our distance from others, and unfortunately, this can take a toll on our mental health.
Gov. Cuomo 'Nipple Ring' Pic Has Twitter Going Crazy
It's a pretty good sign folks are staying home and have too much time on their hands: Twitter is speculating if Governor Cuomo has a nipple ring.
How to Get Your Stimulus Check Quickly and How Much You Will Get
The most important thing you can do to receive a speedy stimulus check from the U.S. government is to make sure that your taxes are up to date.
Recovering COVID-19 Patient's Message To Healthcare Workers
You may have heard me tell this story on the air this morning...but I wanted to expand on it because it is both insightful and hopeful.
If You're A WNY Runner Here Is A Great Way To Stay Connected
With the cancellation of many local running events this spring due to the COVID-19 virus, a local sporting goods store started a Facebook group for runners to keep connected while they practice social distancing.
Dr. Fauci Anticipates a Second Coronavirus Outbreak
Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci was able to answer a few questions during Monday's White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing, and he noted that a second coronavirus outbreak could occur again in the fall...
2 One-Year-Olds Among 51 Covid 19 Cases In Niagara County
According to the latest data from the Niagara County Department of Health, there are 51 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of today in the county. That is up from the Sunday report that indicated 38 people that tested positive for the virus.
Interactive Model Shows Staying Home Could Stop COVID-19 Spread
It seems as though some people are still having a hard time understanding how staying home can help stop the spread of this virus. These interactive models might help.