I've been lucky enough to work at all of my favorite Connecticut radio stations around the state over the course of my 30 year+ career. I'm a Waterbury native that likes: my wife, my life, music, dogs, Subarus, seafood, medium-rare ribeye steaks, occasional intoxication, fully recovering from elective surgeries, making commercials that make you laugh, writing articles that inform, make you mad, or gives you the urge to giggle and respond, the smell of a just lit matchstick, the combination of proscuitto and fresh mootz, and watching live music.
Popular Southbury Market Announces Expansion to Second Location
I found some good news, a new tenant is coming to take over the space Chubbas Middlebury used to occupy, and if you're from Southbury, you may already be familiar with them.
Green Thumb? The NVCOG is Selling Composters & Rain Barrels
With the rich, organic material a composter produces, if you have a green thumb, and use the compost materials in your vegetable garden, your veggies will be the envy of your neighborhood
Updated Waterbury Milling and Paving Schedule Released
The list of streets that are going to be milled and paved over the course of this year is huge, and the crews will be out in all of the neighborhoods around Waterbury at some point
Roadwork Temporarily Shuts Down Rt. 69/Wolcott Road This Weekend
Starting at 7AM on Saturday morning, Wolcott Road will completely shut down to traffic, which will wrap up sometime in the evening on Saturday, if all goes well
CityCenter Danbury Restaurants Hosting Downtown Grub Crawl
One thing that's tough to come by these days is cheap eats. The good thing is that there is a special food event in CityCenter Danbury that does what it's designed to do: Catch a hungry man's attention
Celeb Namesake of Danbury Sewer Plant Offers Script for Local Car Dealers
Oliver has put out an offer to local car dealers, offering a free script for their next commercial. You can't read it ahead of time, and you have to sign a contract agreeing to produce the free script as-is.
Single-Use Plastic Bags Banned in Connecticut Starting July 1
A restriction that started before Covid-19 here in the Nutmeg State was the ban of single-use plastic bags, and the horrible idea of a 10 cent surcharge if you needed one
Never Forget: Bethel HS Hosting Tunnel to Towers 5K
The family of NYC Fireman Stephen Siller, who gave his life helping others that horrible day, have done incredible work in Stephen's name since. Tunnel to Towers Foundation has raised over $250 Million dollars
Man Arrested After Alleged Road Rage Incident on I-95 in Milford
The Connecticut State Police have arrested a 23 year old man from Georgia after he allegedly flashed a gun during a reported road rage that happened on the Southbound side of the Connecticut Turnpike
Sport Reporter + Legendary Softball Player Plan Book Signing Events in Waterbury
One of the best softball players of all time, and an excellent reporter who covers one of New York's Major League Baseball teams for a legendary New York City Newspaper, are making appearances in Waterbury over the next week