I have been working WNAW since 1968, doing just about every job there is. I graduated from Drury High School and served in the US Air Force from 1961 to 1965. First radio job in 1965 was in Presque Isle, Maine and I moved back to the Berkshires in 1967. Things I love: family, radio, long fast bike rides, cutting wood, skating and working out at the gym.
You Waste More Than Two Years of Your Life Making Basic Decisions
You're literally wasting your life away scrolling through Netflix trying to decide what to watch.
Fundraiser Will Help Kids Under 18 Visit Berkshire Museum Free
Children younger than 18 will be able to visit the Berkshire Museum for free in 2020, thanks to fundraising at last week's gala, according to a statement from the museum.
Appeal Filed Over Approval For N. Adams ‘Glamping’ Resort
The Berkshire Eagle reports opponents of a "glamping" resort on Notch Road have appealed the Planning Board's approval of the project.
Paul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Children’s Charity Facebook Fundraiser
It was "Paul Newman's dream [to bring] 'a different kind of healing' to exciting new places," Ryan Thompson, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp’s Chief Development and Communications Officer tells ABC News. "We are excited that our first ever Facebook Live Fundraiser…
People Aren’t Just Ghosting Their Dates Anymore
Ghosting is one of the biggest dating trends of the past decade . . . where instead of breaking things off with someone, you just suddenly cut off all communication and disappear.
A Guy Is Accidentally Released From Jail . . Wife Makes Him Go Back
But he's still facing a bunch of new charges, including escape, forgery, criminal impersonation, and theft.
Five Things That Shouldn’t Be on Your Resumé
If you haven't revamped your resume in a while, here are five things you should make sure aren't on there . .
TSA Says Passengers Left Nearly $1 Million In Loose Change at US Airports
Since 2005, Congress has directed the TSA to account for unclaimed money at individual airports, and direct it towards airport security costs, like checkpoint maintenance, translation of checkpoint signage into different foreign languages and adjudication center enhancements.
Could You Live to Be 200? Study Says There’s No Limit to How Old People Can Get
One, this is all still theoretical, since no one's actually lived that long. And two, that study used a pretty small sample, since there just aren't that many people over 100 to get data from, so it's not exactly rock solid scientific fact.
Survey Says The Average Office Worker Gains 12 Pounds Behind Their Desks
Stress is also a factor when it comes to weight gain in the workplace. 68 percent of office workers say the stress of their job has contributed to their weight gain, with 61 percent saying they tend to eat more unhealthy foods when they are stressed at work.