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.
After Last Year’s Fire Weidner’s BBQ Will Be Back at the Fair
It was a grim scene last summer when the iconic Weidner's BBQ stand lay in ruins after a quick moving fire during a busy Saturday night at the Erie County Fair. It left its future in question.
It’s Over – the Capitals Win Their First Stanley Cup
12 teams now have never won the Stanley Cup and the Sabres are one of them
2-Year Old Boy Found Safe After Wandering From Home
Silver Creek boy was found safe in a ravine a mile and a half from home
How Safe Is New York State?
New York had the fifth lowest traffic fatality rate in the country and had the fourth most law enforcement personnel per capita
One of Lockport’s Oldest Restaurants Has Closed
A Facebook message posted by Garlock's Restaurant on Tuesday announced that the Lockport landmark restaurant had closed.
Washington Capitals On the Verge of Stanley Cup Championship
The Capitals scored three times in the first period and cruised to their third straight win over the Knights to take a commanding 3 games to 1 lead in the Stanley Cup final
Prestigious Award to Be Presented to Jim Kelly
On Monday at his 32nd annual Celebrity Golf Tournament Kelly announced that he will be a recipient of the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance at the ESPY's on July 18th.
Martin Truex, Jr. Wins at Pocono
Three drivers have won 11 of this season's 14 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup races and on Sunday at Pocono Raceway Martin Truex, Jr. joined Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch as multi-race winners.
A Day at the Taste of the Tonawandas
By far, my favorite item was the Pulled Pork Tacos from Smoke on the Water
Washington Capitals Closing In On Winning Stanley Cup
Caps are two wins away after Saturday night's 3-1 victory over the Las Vegas Golden Knights
This Southtowns Favorite Has Finally Come to the Northtowns
The new store in Ken-Ton becomes the fifth Charlap's location featuring 24 flavors of locally made hard ice cream plus soft serve
Stanley Cup Final Tied Up After Two Games in Vegas
The save of the game, perhaps the playoffs came with two minutes to play and Knights' forward Alex Tuch had a wide open net, but Caps goaltender Braden Holtby somehow got his goal stick on the shot to prevent the tying goal