At age 3 my parents moved the family from Brooklyn to the City of Newburgh thinking it would be safer place for my brother and I to grew up. That may have not turned out to be true (lol) but I'm proud of my Newburgh upbringing and believe it helped me become a the person I am today! For the past 13 years I’ve been covering local news and sports in the Tri-state Area for a host of companies, including MLB and CBS. I enjoy spending time with family and friends. I probably spend too much time at the gym and watching T.V./Sports. Some favorite shows include Lost, Breaking Bad, The Wire, Friday Night Lights, Seinfeld, and Survivor! (Watched since season 1) For a few years, I was the Sports Director for Cablevision News covering Hudson Valley sports. Each night, I was on-air anchoring while delivering probably too many "regrettable" pop culture references. After spending time commuting to NYC or Albany, I’m happy to be working again in the Hudson Valley. Each morning you can hear me on 101.5 WPDH delivering the top and trending stories of the day.
Cuomo: Mid-Hudson Valley Cleared to Enter Phase 4 of Reopening
Global medical experts have cleared the Hudson Valley to start Phase 4 of the four-phased COVID-19 reopening.
UPDATE: New York’s Biggest Indoor Waterpark Pushes Back Reopening
A massive indoor waterpark, the biggest one in New York, is gearing up to reopen from its COVID-19 shutdown.
Hudson Valley Father, Son Killed in House Fire
A Hudson Valley man pushed his 9-year-old daughter to safety. He died searching for his young son, who also perished in the early morning fire.
Spectacular WWII Warship Sailing in Region Tops This Week’s News
A spectacular World War II warship sailing down the Hudson River, a poisonous snake and a beloved restaurant's closing top this week's Hudson Valley news.
Hudson Valley McDonald’s Hosts Graduation Celebration for Workers
Hudson Valley McDonald’s is making many workers who graduated high school during the COVID-19 pandemic feel special.
Hudson Valley Man Who Created I Love New York Logo Dies
The man who created the iconic I Love New York logo has passed away.
Hudson Valley Fire Chaplain Dies From COVID-19
A Reverend and Hudson Valley Fire Chaplain lost his long battle with COVID-19.
New York Company Will Pay You $10,000 To Use The Bathroom
A New York company is really looking to hire a "VP of Fecal Matters."
Many Outraged Malls, Gyms, Theaters Remain Closed in New York
Gyms, malls and movie theaters remain closed in the Hudson Valley, putting countless local residents and businesses on the "brink of financial ruin."
Large Lower Hudson Valley Party Hosted By Someone With COVID-19
Officials fear for a COVID-19 outbreak in the region after many attended a party hosted by someone who was sick and knew it. Many party-goers are also allegedly refusing to work with contact tracers.