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.
Local Hudson Valley Officials Issue Reminder About Hurricane Prep
Since we are in Hurricane season, and the risk for a strong storm hitting the local area has increased over the last few month's, local Hudson Valley officials have issued a reminder to be ready.
Police Arrest Mahopac Women In Last Friday’s Fatal Hit And Run
A Mahopac women is now in police custody after being sought in a fatal hit and run on Friday night in Lake Mahopac.
10 Weird Traffic Laws to Watch Out For When Traveling This Summer
If your thinking about taking the family on a cross country excursion this summer, it may be a good idea to familiarize yourself with some of these bizzare traffic laws that are actually on the books.
Baseball Cards From the 70’s and 80’s Your Mom Should Have Never Thrown Out
Remember when you were a kid and had that shoebox full of baseball cards, well there's a good chance your mom threw out some cards that are worth thousands of dollars today.
Putnam County SPCA Needs Your Help In Animal Cruelty Case
The Putnam County Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is looking for the public's help in it's current animal cruelty investigation.
10 Myths Your Parents Told You That Have Been Debunked
You know your parents love you, maybe that's why they tried to keep you protected by telling you some of these myths or urban legends that we have now debunked.
New Vaccine Policy in Place for Hudson Valley State Colleges
If your thinking about heading back to any Hudson Valley State College or University this fall, better have your COVID-19 vaccination card ready.
Pizza to Become the Official State Food of Connecticut
It's almost official, the Connecticut House of Representatives has approved a bill that would make pizza the state's official food.
Your Guide to Connecticut Fairs and Festivals Taking Place in 2021
There are tons of fairs and festivals returning this summer and fall, so we created a guide to help you decide which fairs to attend and when in Connecticut.
Lack of Drivers Could Cause Connecticut And NY Gas Shortage This Summer
There's no shortage of gas in our area, but believe it or not this summer some gas stations might see their tanks run dry.