I join Morning Show Host Doug Mosher beginning at 5:30am with the latest local news, weather, and travel information. I'm a graduate of Elmira College and I worked in broadcasting in the Elmira market before heading east to our community. Me and my husband Randy are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep us quite busy.
Dicks Open Founder Passes Away
Timothy Myers, a founder of the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open in 2007, passed away Thursday, July 15 at the age of 65.
Free Fishing and Boat Rental in Broome County
Grab a pole for free fishing weekend in New York and, if you visit Broome County parks, even the boat is free.
Sports Legend & Friend to the Southern Tier, Mudcat Grant Has Died
National and Twin Tiers sports legend, Jim “Mudcat” Grant has died at the age of 85.
Return of the General Clinton Regatta, Sort Of..
The General Clinton Canoe Regatta will be held this year but it will be a virtual event with no set starting time.
Sporting Goods Chain, Started in Binghamton, Sees COVID Rebound
A return to team sports means a return to profitability for a national sporting goods chain got its start as a fishing supply store in Binghamton decades ago.
Binghamton’s Tennis Tournament Cancelled Again by COVID
The Levine Gouldin & Thompson Binghamton Tennis Challenger is cancelled again this year due to the pandemic.
Orange Basketball Celebrations Drive up COVID Numbers at S.U.
Irresponsible Syracuse University students celebrating Orange basketball are driving up the COVID-19 infections at the university
Baseball in New York Cleared to Resume April 1
Major League Baseball can resume play in New York on April 1st with limited capacity of 20 % in outdoor stadiums holding 10,000 spectators or more.
Broome School Districts Scramble to Welcome Sports Fans
School districts in Broome County are being sent scrambling to work out details on allowing spectators at sporting events.
New York Restaurants, Gyms and Casinos Can Stay Open Later
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced allowing some establishments to stay open another hour as COVID-19 infection rates have been falling.