Wow, I can’t believe it ... I’ve been waking up Greater Danbury and New York for almost 30 years. Now I'm having more fun then you should legally be allowed to have here at Kicks 105.5 with my co-host Suzy. I grew up on Long Island went to college at St. John’s University, and worked in radio on “The Island” for almost 10 years before making the big move to Danbury in 1989. I have three great kids and the best wife ever. I will actually be riding her coat tails into heaven someday. (I would have trouble getting in on my own.) I also coach High School Baseball at Brookfield High School and American Legion Baseball in the summer. Some things you probably didn’t know about me is I am an avid collector of Presidential campaign buttons. I actually enjoy sports video games, I DJ weddings and corporate functions and I have a Black Lab that my wife thinks I care about more then her, and a Schipperke that we rescued from the Animal Shelter. I also volunteer for The Hillside Food Outreach and deliver food to the needy each month. It's so great to connect with you every morning and hopefully Suzy and I make your morning a little more bearable. Oh and by the way, "Thanks for turning us on"...and just remember, "Stay Thirsty My Friends"....
New Milford, Sherman, and Kent Residents Want Air Protected From Dover Power Plant
Local Connecticut residents in New Milford, Sherman, and Kent have growing concerns as the Cricket Valley Energy Center in Dover Plains get's closer to actually going on line.
Danbury High Teacher Named ‘Master Teacher Of Honor’
It's a teaching honor that is bestowed on very few, only select individuals in the entire world ever get nominated for this award, and a local Danbury teacher has won it.
Danbury Crime Statistics For 2017 Just Released
For once we can report some good news here in Connecticut. Looks like data released this week from the FBI shows Connecticut's crime rate is the lowest it's been in 50 years. But what about Danbury, how did the Hat City fare on crime.
[STATS] Your Best Chance to Hit a Deer In the Hudson Valley
Their lurking in the woods, and by roads all over the area. They can sprint out in front of your vehicle in a matter of seconds, and cars are the biggest predators that deer face in the Hudson Valley.
Why Are There So Many Dead Squirrels On Connecticut Roads?
They seem crazy on the junk, they just run out in front of your car, they are like kamikaze squirrels. So what the heck is going on, and why are there so many dead ones all over the roads?
The ‘Black Dog’ Legend of Hubbard Park in Connecticut is Haunting
Hubbard Park and the famous Castle Craig is a fantastic place for the whole family, but there is a dark side. The legend of the Black Dog of West Peak.
5 Scrumptious Local Places to Visit On National Pancake Day
I don't know anyone who doesn't love Pancakes, that's why today we celebrate. So if your looking for a good short stack, or you like them big and buttery, here's five local places you might want to check out today.
After 25 Years, Danbury Director Gets Film Premiere In Bethel
Maybe you've never heard of Wayne J. Keeley, but that could all change real soon. For the past 25 years he has been working on a film that could elevate him to super stardom. Now he may finally get his moment.
Arthur Murray To Re-Open In Danbury Under New Ownership
It's been a staple for ballroom dance lovers in Danbury for years, and this Thursday the Arthur Murray Dance Studio will re-open under new ownership.
Danbury Library To Host Bear Education Program
With all the bear sightings in our area recently, the Danbury Library will be offering a bear education program to help people better understand their behavior.