Bill just celebrated his 40th year in the radio biz. He grew up and started his radio career on Long Island, and since 1989 he's been waking up Greater Danbury, Dutchess and Putnam Counties. When not entertaining the masses on the radio, Bill has a number of different interest's. He love baseball, especially the Yankees, and has even coached for 11 years at Brookfield High School. He is also a model train enthusiasts, and in the process of building an 'N' scale layout. He's a presidential political button collector and loves the great outdoors and find new trails to hike on weekend's. He currently lives in Danbury, Connecticut with his wife Mary, and has three children, and two dogs. Since he's been "Mr. Morning" for so many years, he's looking forward to getting on a normal sleep schedule and driving you home with Hudson Valley's New Country on the WOLF.
You Can Now Stay in a 330-Year-Old Estate in Newtown
If your looking for a unique and historic experience, you can now stay in one of the oldest homes in Connecticut, and guess what, it's right in Newtown.
Fireworks Schedule 2021 for Dutchess and Putnam Counties
If you live in Dutchess or Putnam Counties, here's where you'll find firework celebrations near you.
Lane Closures Planned For I-84 in Dutchess and Putnam Counties
It's hard enough to get from place to place now that pandemic restrictions have been lifted and there are a lot more people out on the roads.
10 Stores You Shopped At in Connecticut That Your Kids Never Heard Of
We all know that change is inevitable, stores come and stores go, but there was definitely something about these stores, that are now long gone, that made shopping fun.
Incredible Catch In Connecticut State Softball Tournament Makes ESPN Web Gems
It's state tournament time here in Connecticut, and that means some student athletes really kick up their game to the next level.
Five New Milford Dogs Looking For Forever Homes
Every Tuesday Morning we feature an adoptable Dog or Cat from the Animal Welfare Society in New Milford.
Indian Point Testing Sirens Today
The Indian Point energy center will be conducting a regular quarterly test of their emergency notification system, which may be heard in parts of the Hudson Valley.