I've been lucky enough to work at all of my favorite Connecticut radio stations around the state over the course of my 30 year+ career. I'm a Waterbury native that likes: my wife, my life, music, dogs, Subarus, seafood, medium-rare ribeye steaks, occasional intoxication, fully recovering from elective surgeries, making commercials that make you laugh, writing articles that inform, make you mad, or gives you the urge to giggle and respond, the smell of a just lit matchstick, the combination of proscuitto and fresh mootz, and watching live music.
Police: CT Animal Rescue Owner Accused of Selling Underage Kitten, Later Dies
The complainant stated that she had adopted a very small kitten, and suspected that the operator of the rescue was not being truthful about the kitten's age, or overall health.
Popular Pasta Retailer Announces Immediate Shutdown Due to COVID
Angy's is located nearby in Westfield, Mass, and I just saw the horrible news this morning that they are permanently shutting down, as of like right now.
Sleep Machines Recalled for Possible Cancer-Causing Toxins
My doctor clued me in to a massive CPAP Machine recall that I hadn't heard about, and if you use a Phillips CPAP, Bi-Level PAP, or a Phillips ventilator, please listen up.
Phillip Morris Relocating Headquarters to Fairfield County
The new headquarters is planned to be in operation in about a year, by the Summer of 2022. Governor Lamont expects the move to bring approximately 200 new jobs into Connecticut
Connecticut Treasure Hunter Finds $46K Hidden in Attic Floor Boards
A self-described treasure hunter was hired by a family in to try to find a hidden stash of cash that they thought was hidden somewhere in their family home.
Driving Through Sandy Hook on the Third Anniversary of the Tragedy
Every television and radio station led with something about Sandy Hook this morning. It was inescapable. I noticed all of the flags that I passed were at half-staff. As I drove along River Rd/Glen Road into the Church Hill Road area of Sandy Hook, I noticed well-dressed people standing on the side of the street with camera crews and microphones in their face. I take this route into the radio station nearly every day, but obviously, things felt different.