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.
New Ranking Moves UB to Number One
Following UB, Stony Brook was the second-highest ranked public university in New York State. Binghamton was third.
Sabres Finally Come to Terms With Reinhart
After a very poor start to the season Reinhart ended up with 25 goals last season
Garth Brooks Writes Song For AGT Finalist
"Courage To Love" is the song Garth wrote and Michael Ketterer performed it live Wednesday night.
Sabres With Two Straight Exhibition Wins
Vladimir Sobotka had a goal and an assist while Jack Eichel scored a highlight reel shorthanded goal
Sabres Open Preseason With A Win
Not playing for Buffalo were the likes of Jack Eichel, Kyle Okposo, Jason Pominville, Conor Sheary, Jeff Skinner, Rasmus Ristolainen and their top rookie defenseman Rasmus Dahlin.
Keselowski Wins Third In A Row, First of the Playoffs
Sunday's race went to overtime, a two-lap shootout to determine the winner and Keselowski took the lead early and never looked back.
Bills Lose A Game And A Player
Linebacker Lorenzo Alexander couldn't believe it. He said he hadn't seen anything like that since Pop Warner, calling it "completely disrespectful."
Another Decisive Bills Loss
For the second week in a row the Bills' defense was porous. The Chargers rolled up 284 yards in offense and 17 first downs in just the first half.
Sunflowers of Sanborn Ordered To Close Down
With the safety of visitors in mind, the couple installed a parking area and added concessions and activities. A portion of the proceeds are intended to be donated to charity.
New Spokesman for Buffalo Catholic Diocese
Replaces George Richert who announced two weeks ago that his final day would be Friday, September 7th.
National Birth of the Burger Day This Tuesday
The story behind the hamburger is that it was invented at the Erie County Fair in 1885 by Frank and Charles Menches of Canton, Ohio, vendors at the fair specializing in pork sausage sandwiches. When they ran out of their supplies of pork they used ground beef instead and named it the hamburger.
Rails To Trails In Tonawanda To Be Extended
Currently the Rails to Trails pathway follows an abandoned railroad right of way from the LaSalle Metro Station on Main Street to the corner of Young and State Streets in the City of Tonawanda, a distance of 4.8 miles.