Been up and down the radio dial a few times. Started in New Bedford in the late 1970's at WNBH/WMYS. My journey took paths through Burlington, Vermont, Plattsburg, New York and Providence, Rhode Island before winding it's way back home again. I have done missionary work in Haiti, air boated through The Everglades and watched the sun go down in the deserts of Arizona and Nevada but my best times are spent with my wonderful wife Suzanne and my terrific sons Zachary and Steven. My passions include kayaking, travel, music and following current events.
Which Four New England States Allow Alligators as Pets?
Having an alligator is legal in four of the six New England states. Which states allow gators?
Massachusetts Likely Still Holds Troves of Buried Pirate Treasure
Can you keep any buried pirate treasure you might unearth in Massachusetts?
State Touts Real Massachusetts Christmas Trees Over Fake Trees
The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources makes a pitch for real Christmas trees as 'the environmental choice' over fake plastic trees.
The Best Month for Massachusetts Whale Watches Is Coming Soon
Everyone should try to take in a whale watch off the Massachusetts coast at least once. Each whale watch is unique.
Massachusetts Is Among the Most Forested States in America
Much of New England is known for its coastal shorelines, but some of the most forested land in the nation exists not far from the water's edge.
Massachusetts’ 10 Largest Animals Might Surprise You
Small as it is, Massachusetts has a diverse landscape and is home to many types – and sizes – of animals.
Why Massachusetts Installed ‘Plows Use Caution’ Highway Signs
Have you ever wondered about those signs on Massachusetts highway bridges advising snow plow operators to use caution? Do they really need to be reminded?
Does Massachusetts Have More Cows Than People?
Is Massachusetts one of those states where there are 'more cows than people?' Let's take a look at the numbers.
123 Died in Wreck of Irish Famine Ship Off Massachusetts Coast
The wreck of the brig St. John off the coast of Cohasset, Massachusetts, during a violent storm in 1849 claimed the lives of more than 100 passengers.
Massachusetts Had the First Tornado Ever Recorded in U.S.
The United States' first 'whirl-wind,' as they called tornadoes back in the day, was recorded right here in Massachusetts.