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Is this your Easter breakfast in Ocean C...

We are less than a month away from Easter. Spring break is a bit late this year, falling on Sunday, April 17. Now that St. Patrick’s Day is over, our eyes are on Easter with people having fun with the Easter bunny and also observing the religious aspects of the holiday. On the “silly” side […]

Looks like this will be the 2022 Buffalo...

Let’s be honest here, there is no offseason in the NFL. Fan excitement is at an all-time high. March and April are just as exciting as the regular season, with free agency and the NFL Draft. The Buffalo Bills had a busy offseason. It started with practice moves like the loss of Brian Daboll and […]

When you say longevity, you mean Tim Sta...

I have worked with Tim Staudt on and off for almost 26 years. We had a roller coaster working relationship. He taught me a lot of things that helped me in my career for almost 26 years. First and foremost, always listen to the people in charge. Sometimes it can be harder than it looks. […]

Missoula Gets First Look at Higgins Aven...

Plans have been prepared for the Higgins Avenue Corridor Plan by the City of Missoula and the Missoula Metropolitan Planning Organization, and the public now has a chance to view them. KGVO spoke with City of Missoula Infrastructure and Mobility Planning Officer Aaron Wilson about the plans and how the public can view and comment […]

When can we expect gas prices in Idaho t...

I don’t accept everything I see on social media. This morning I saw a post on Facebook. An image of gasoline prices exceeding nine dollars per gallon. The person who posted the photo claimed they were in Sacramento, California. I made it myself internet detective and could not verify the request. The prices are higher […]

As Ionia Woman Sees Her First Movie in 8...

This is a sweet story put together by Fox 17 reporter Max Goldwasser. Goldwasser spoke to Justina Thalison, who turned 94 on Sunday. Thalison’s birthday wish was to do something very simple – go see a movie. What makes it unique is that Thalison hadn’t been to the movies for 84 years. You have already […]

The Missoula Community Care Team provide...

The Partnership Health Center launched the Community Care Team to provide mobile medical assistance to homeless people in Missoula. KGVO News spoke with Executive Director Laurie Francis who provided insight into the goal of the Community Care Team. “We are working to ensure that people who cannot be in permanent stable housing have access to […]

Meridian Mall was jumping this weekend

Yesterday my wife Carole and I raced through the Meridian Mall for 45 minutes. We were totally shocked that the mall was so busy and thriving. There were a lot of people everywhere in this mall. Lots of families and children. The food court was also crowded. Like I said, we were amazed at how […]

Newburyport Brewing opens second tasting...

North Shore craft beer has become a little easier to access for Boston residents. As of Wednesday, March 2, Newburyport Brewing Company has officially opened its second bar in the new High Street Place, located at 100 High Street in Boston, Massachusetts. Newburyport Brewing was co-founded in 2012 by two working musicians who decided to […]

Rochester man pleads guilty in 2020 St P...

Minneapolis (KROC AM News) – A Rochester man has pleaded guilty to his role in some of the destruction that took place in the Twin Cities following the death of George Floyd. Jose Angel Felan, 35, pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to arson. A sentencing date has not yet been set. The U.S. Attorney’s […]

Car crashes into Buffalo Creek in West S...

It was a messy morning in western New York. A winter storm rushed northeast overnight and it has been snowing with a mix of freezing rain since Friday morning. If you like North Buffalo, chances are there’s nothing but snow. However, if you live south of town, you had sleet mixed with the snowfall. This […]

PorchFest is coming to Bordentown City, ...

What a fun idea. Bordentown City is hosting its first-ever PorchFest, according to the Bordentown Arts website. Save this date. It will be Saturday, April 30 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. (rain or shine). You might be wondering what PorchFest is…let me explain…you’re invited, by the way. PorchFest is going to be a fabulous […]

Stefon Diggs puts Troll on social media ...

Social media can be used for good, like conversing with like-minded people on topics that interest you. It’s escapism for many and also very entertaining. However, as you may already know, social media also contains negative comments and posts that are downright awful. Some posts are made just to shock and annoy people, who are […]

The most overweight school children rank...

How unhealthy are children in the Hudson Valley? A look at obesity rates in each school shows that some districts are raising dangerously overweight children. The New York Department of Health keeps track of statistics taken each year from schools across the state. As children step onto the scale at the nurse’s office, the results […]

Losing 3G in Illinois Will Be Costly and...

Times have changed and times are strange, 3G will be gone and things won’t be the same. 2022 is going to be a big year, tech-wise, as mobile service providers are about to literally unplug 3G. One of the major carriers was supposed to do this in 2019 but delayed it for two years and […]

Today is 02/22/22 and yes it is day 2

And double the time will be 2h22. So really 2 days. Here to all 2 of our world. Maybe not number one, but you’re a close number two. #2 Eddie Shore. Played for the Boston Bruins from 1926-1940. Old Time Hockey. No Bruin will ever wear #2 again. Getty Images/Jeff SpicerGetty Images/Jeff Spicer A couple. […]

(WATCH) Two trains derailed outside of F...

This massive derailment involving two freight trains from Burlington Northern Santa Fe happened last Thursday about 3 miles from Frazee, Minnesota. In fact, I pass by this place several times during the summer months. According to DL online, last Thursday’s derailment involved 2 trains. One to the East and the other to the West. It […]

Dion Dawkins will if the Bills win the S...

Even though the Buffalo Bills season is over, the next two months are some of the most fun for NFL fans. The start of free agency and the constitution of the NFL Draft. Personally, I like March and April, because it involves changes in the list. The signatures, the exchanges and all these false drafts […]

Hard work really pays off

Yesterday I wrote an article on sports leadership. I really stand by what I said too. So today I’m going to talk about how hard work really pays off. In college athletics, the transfer portal is an easy way for the athlete. I think it can either be very good for a specific athlete or […]

Trenton-Mercer and Robbinsville airports...

Two airports in Mercer County will receive major grants from the New Jersey Department of Transportation to make improvements, according to TAPinto Hamilton/Robbinsville. The announcement was made on Monday. The grant money is part of the Airport Improvement Program. Grants awarded across the state total more than $8.5 million in state money to keep airports […]

Democratic spokesperson touts tester’s A

Once a month, Robyn Driscoll, President of the Democratic Party of Montana, visits KGVO’s Talk Back program to answer questions from listeners. Driscoll kicked off the show by touting a bill by senior Montana Senator Jon Tester to use ARPA funds to expand high-speed internet access across the state. “This is Tester bringing stuff home […]

The popular Buffalo Bills player could b...

Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane and head coach Sean McDermott have their work cut out for them this offseason. They have a lot of retooling to do and plenty of unrestricted free agents trying to re-sign. The Bills have 15 unrestricted free agents and almost no wiggle room to enter free agency. Unrestricted free […]

Rochester man charged with pointing lase...

Madison, WI (KROC AM News) – Federal charges have been filed in Wisconsin against a Rochester man accused of pointing a laser pointer beam at two planes. One was a Delta Airlines jet and the other was a Minnesota State Patrol aircraft. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the incident occurred in the River Falls […]

Former Bills player says he and McDermot...

The National Football League is gearing up for Super Bowl 56, which will be held in Los Angeles on Sunday and wrap up the 2021 NFL season and playoffs. The Rams and the Bengals will face off, in what is a game few have likely predicted, especially the Bengals representing the AFC. In case you […]

New PJ’s Pancake House in Lawrenceville,

Get ready Lawrenceville…your new PJ’s Pancake House opens Thursday (February 10). I know you are excited. Bring your appetite. The wait is coming to an end. If you’re like me, you’ve been following the development of the new restaurant/tavern for months…it sounds fabulous, doesn’t it? This is the spot on Route 1 South where Michael’s […]

Lackawanna’s most confusing intersection

Driving in Buffalo isn’t so bad. Most of us know this. We don’t have to deal with the traffic of other major cities, and you can get from southern cities to northern cities in 20-25 minutes with no problem even during driving time. But that doesn’t mean driving in Western New York isn’t frustrating. The […]

Why Ryan Fitzpatrick should be signed by...

Nobody wanted to see the Buffalo Bills in the offseason before the Super Bowl, but they did this postseason, after losing in the AFC Divisional Round to the Kansas City Chiefs. There’s a lot of uncertainty with the Bills’ roster and coaching staff in the spring. Of course, Josh Allen isn’t going anywhere for a […]

Former Bills receiver has an emotional m...

It’s definitely a sour taste for Bills fans to watch another year go by without making it to the Super Bowl, even though many here in Buffalo have seen the Bills almost get there. We all know how the end of the AFC Divisional Round went. Although the Bills are not involved, there are ties […]

Chiefs fans did something that made Buff...

As bad as last week was, having to live with the fact that the Buffalo Bills couldn’t win at Arrowhead Stadium last Sunday, despite taking a 36-33 lead with 13 seconds left in regulation time. As we all know by now, Bills quarterback Josh Allen wasn’t the reason the Bills lost the game, because he […]

My take on the Montana PSC redistricting...

Why this rush to redistrict? That’s my take on this latest debate regarding the Montana Public Service Commission (PSC). First, a little background. Didn’t we just do a redistricting in Montana, you might ask. Yeah, but that was for the new congressional districts. Montana goes from one member of the United States House of Representatives […]

WNY restaurant entices NFL player with w...

We shouldn’t be talking about the offseason right now, but sadly the Buffalo Bills are in the offseason portion of the calendar year after their heartbreaking and crushing overtime loss in the AFC Divisional Round to in Kansas City. Chiefs, 42-36. Bills have the hardest part to deal with. Josh Allen has established himself as […]

Did the U of M Vaccination Mandate Work?...

Many intelligent and critical people wonder how well Covid-19 vaccines work in preventing the spread of the Covid-19 virus. We might just have an answer by Michigan The Michigan Capitol Confidential news site reports some very interesting numbers from the University of Michigan (U of M). As of January 2021, the campus had a campus-wide […]

Open letter to Buffalo Bills fans saying...

Sometimes I insist that I was born at such a horrible time for a Buffalo sports fan. My first football memory was the Music City Miracle, but it was from the 2000 regular season that I started watching every game up close as a kid. The 2000 season was the year the 17-year playoff drought […]

Ex-Bills player seen hooking up with Bil...

The Buffalo Bills are set to play in what is by far the most important game of the 2021 regular season and playoffs as they face their AFC nemesis, the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. Kickoff is at 6:40 p.m. on CBS. The Bills and Chiefs have the two most talented and exciting quarterbacks […]

Bills-Chiefs is America’s new favorite s

The day is finally here. The final game of the NFL’s Divisional Playoff Round will be played tonight at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs. Kick off is at 6:30 p.m. The Bills and Chiefs are not only the two hottest teams in the NFL, with the two […]

Self-checkout lanes enhance the shopping...

Hello, my name is Ryan. I love using the self checkout lane. I think it makes the shopping experience easier, and it’s a hill I’m willing to die on. I haven’t always felt that. Truth be told, there was a time when I completely avoided them. My wife would still use them if we went […]

Recommendation from the old Mad Dog TV s...

Lately my wife and I watched the old show All in the Family. This show will go down as one of the most polarizing sitcoms in television history. At the time, it was considered one of the best sitcoms. Everyone looked at him. The main character was Archie Bunker, played by the late great actor […]

The murals will disappear with the Water...

Several colorful murals painted by local artists will disappear with the demolition of the Water Street parking ramp in downtown Binghamton. The murals helped brighten up the otherwise dark facility that opened in 1970. Peg Johnston, who was one of those who worked on the murals, said the Public Art Department developed the project after […]

Dawson Knox responds to Dave Portnoy on ...

The past 4 p.m. has been fun for Buffalo Bills fans on social media. For good reason, after the Bills crushed the New England Patriots, 47-17 in their Wild Card Round playoff game at Highmark Stadium. Minus the knees late in the game, the Bills’ offense scored one touchdown on seven possessions against the Patriots; […]

Hazardous Driving Conditions Ahead for W...

Saturday’s story will be freezing temperatures. The high will only be around 12 degrees this afternoon, before dropping back down to single digits for the Bills’ home playoff game tonight. While the cold weather will be the story today, the snow will be the story early next week. Temperatures will rise into the mid-20s on […]

MSP releases more details in Fatal Hit a...

Michigan State Police are still looking for the suspect in a fatal hit-and-run that killed a Battle Creek man. Law enforcement is still looking for the suspect involved in a fatal hit-and-run that occurred on I-94 eastbound at Mile 87 near Galesburg. Michigan State Police Troopers and other emergency personnel responded to the scene around […]

New Bedford police arrest three people f...

Three people were arrested for dealing fentanyl on Tuesday after New Bedford police carried out two raids on the same shift, removing more than 400 grams of the drug from the streets. On January 12, detectives assigned to the Organized Crime Intelligence Bureau and led by Det. Lavar Gilbert executed a search warrant at 161 […]

Homes collapse in an early morning fire ...

At least two people were injured after a severe fire destroyed two homes in West Deptford (Gloucester County), New Jersey, early Thursday morning. Both houses have since collapsed. Officials say the fire started around 4:15 a.m. Thursday morning on Tatum Street. It quickly spread to a nearby house. Two other people are “missing”, according to […]

Budweiser is trying to make someone a mi...

I love a good cold beer any time of the year. Whether it’s a beautiful summer day or even a snowy day, the beer always tastes phenomenal. What if the beer you drink made you incredibly rich? Well, more like a millionaire. It’s crazy rich if you ask me. Budweiser recently shared that they are […]

Upscale steakhouse to take over Mastoris...

Well, it didn’t take long. CentralJersey.com reports that Mastoris Diner, on Route 130 in Bordentown will become an upscale restaurant. The article states that the investment group that owns Mastoris, the Foggia Restaurant LLC, will renovate the iconic restaurant and reopen it as an Italian steakhouse under a new name. The renovation will be significant, […]

Check Out This 80s TV Commercial From Wo...

Sue, it’s 2022, yeah … but for some reason last night on the phone my mom brought up Woolworth’s and a ton of memories swept over me. Woolworth’s, something I haven’t thought about in years. This store was for us in the 80’s. The smell of the store forever in my senses. I still remember […]

10 ridiculously long queues Buffalo love...

Here in Buffalo we have it pretty good for traffic and we don’t have to wait for stuff … mostly. If you go to other cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, and Dallas, you see what the actual wait times look like. However, we have long lines ourselves. Many of them are unique to western New […]

Deansboro Man left his girlfriend, 6 chi...

A Deansboro man is under arrest following a marital dispute that took place earlier today. Oneida County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Warcup said the sheriff’s office was called in to investigate the violation of a “abstain from” order at a house on Route 12b in Deansboro near 9:00 a.m. on Monday January 10, 2022. Following reports […]

I still don’t know when the Farm Store o

It looks like other work has been done on the Beachwood building, but it’s been a while now, I’m wondering if anyone knows when it will open? The Farm Stores website says, “Coming soon”. There is still no date. It has been a while since the drive-thru Welsh Farms convenience store closed and I was […]

Beloved Former Buffalo Sports Media Memb...

If you grew up in the 90s and early 2000s, you probably remember watching both Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabers coverage on Empire Sports Network. After every Sabers game, they aired Hockey Hotline, which for several years featured former Sabers defenseman Mike Robitaille and studio host Brian Blessing. Blessing sadly passed away on Sunday according […]

Tweets related to New Jersey about snows...

New Jersey is passionate about a lot, and snow is definitely one of them. Watch out, New Jersey – we’re expecting more snow tomorrow (which you probably already knew). And whether you love snow or hate it (I happen to fall into the second category), you’ve been talking about it on social media. And in […]

New Hartford Police seek to identify sho...

New Hartford Police are trying to identify two suspects in separate incidents that took place at retail outlets across the city. The two suspects appear to be women. The first was seen leaving Home Depot on French Road. She was in a blue van. Courtesy of New Hartford Police, December 2021 Courtesy of New Hartford […]

Road to second seed in AFC playoffs just...

It should be a fun end to the 2021 regular season this Sunday across the NFL, as the Buffalo Bills host the New York Jets at Highmark Stadium for a 4:25 p.m. kickoff. The Bills are currently the 4th seed in the AFC playoff picture, with a playoff spot notched up. The Bills can win […]

Bucks County athlete qualifies for 2022 ...

Growing up, many of us dreamed of being professional athletes and after a while we realized that it was a difficult task to accomplish. For those who have accomplished it, this is probably the best dream come true. A Bucks County native is now fulfilling that dream at a very young age as he becomes […]

The full wolf moon rises in Michigan on ...

The first full moon of 2022 and the dates of all remaining full moons in the year. The Wolf’s Full Moon is the first full moon of 2022 to light up the night sky. While it will reach maximum brightness as it rises on the evening of Monday, January 17, it will also appear full […]

The best places to go sledding in Yakima

The best places to toboggan when it snows in Yakima You could almost hear a simultaneous cheer of joy from children all over Yakima when they learned it was a SNOW DAY! When there is a school day with no school due to the huge snow dump, you can bet there are lots of opportunities […]

Numbers in this disturbing mass statisti...

Disturbing news is reaching us thanks to the Massachusetts Traffic Safety Division. Last year, in 2021, the number of road crash fatalities in Massachusetts hit their highest level in years. More people died on Massachusetts roads in 2021 than any year since 2009. That’s a pretty grim statistic, but for what reasons? It turns out […]

Talaysia, an optimistic teenager looking...

Imagine being 15 years old. You have a positive attitude. You are excited about what the future holds. You are carefree and loving, but you are looking for a family. This is the situation the Talaysia finds itself in as we turn the calendar to 2022. Talaysia has certainly seen her fair share of struggles, […]

Can Cold Montana Weather Be A Good Thing...

When I got up on Saturday morning to start the New Year and feed my cows, the temperature was 32 degrees below zero. As far as some people complain, however, I thought there are some really good things that cold is good for … It’s really easy if you live out of town to bring […]

Almost a foot is possible

It’s officially 2022 and generally January means cold weather and snowfall, especially here in western New York. After a rather mild December for Buffalo, we are coming back to reality regarding the winter weather, and the first big storm of the winter season is soon arriving for Buffalo and western New York. The national meteorological […]

Montana farmer talks about fertilizer pr...

Despite opposition from Democratic Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV), Biden and the Democrats in Congress appear determined to move forward with the “Build Back Broke” plan, as we call it here in Montana. Montana Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) highlighted opposition to Biden’s BBB plan by a Montana farmer and rancher. Susan Lake lives in Ronan. His […]

Mastoris Diner permanently closed in Bor...

Wow. The end of an era. The iconic Mastoris Diner & Restaurant on Route 130 in Bordentown has definitively closed its doors according to a Facebook announcement. It makes me so sad. I have been there for breakfast as a kid, and throughout my life more times than I can count. It was the perfect […]

Snow and cold for Sunday in WNY: here’s

Good year! It’s officially January, which usually means cold, wintry weather for Buffalo. While we’ve had a fairly balmy December, January will be more wintry after New Years Day, and you can expect it to start tomorrow in western New York. A winter weather advisory was issued for all of western New York from Saturday […]

Betty White dies at 99

2021 brought its final blow with the death of legendary actress and comedian Betty White. She was 99 years old. TMZ is the first to report the news this afternoon the legendary actress passed away at her home in California this morning. His agent and close friend Jeff Witjas confirmed the news to PEOPLE Magazine […]

Sephora to replace Payless shoes in Bric...

I’m not going to lie – this one is exciting. For a while, we’ve been wondering what would replace the old Payless shoes from Route 70 to The Brick, especially when reopening rumors began to swirl. Well now we finally know what’s taking its place (and sorry, Payless fans, the shoe store won’t reopen). As […]

Ready to throw those trees, Pittsfield? ...

Are you just on vacation? Or, are you already way above it? Thanks to City of Pittsfield and Mayor’s Officewe have a handy calendar for you regarding Christmas tree removal and collection. First and foremost, please note that the Christmas tree pickup in January will accompany the regular garbage pickup schedule. Before bringing your living […]

Wichita Falls among the cheapest places ...

Sometimes it feels like all we hear about is bad news. But today I have some really good news for those of us here at Texoma. I will be the first to admit that I have insulted gasoline prices these days. With prices this high, I rarely refuel my pickup. I generally stick to our […]

Avoid Using These Recalled Shampoos Due ...

If you or a family member is using a dry shampoo or conditioner, you might want to check the brand, just to be sure. Consumer goods company Proctor & Gamble has launched a voluntary recall of 32 of its dry shampoos and conditioners after detecting benzene, a known carcinogen, in some of them, according to […]

More snow on the way tonight and tomorro...

It’s finally Christmas week, although for some it probably happened faster than they wanted. 2021 has passed in the blink of an eye and it’s hard to believe we only have 10 days left this year. The only thing people wish for every Christmas is a white Christmas, and while that is still undecided this […]

NORAD Santa Tracker started off with a t...

What started as a printing error in a newspaper ad has turned into a Christmas tradition celebrating its 66th year in business. The rest of the year, NORAD is known as the organization whose job it is to watch the skies over the United States to ensure no airborne intruders enter our airspace. But, every […]

Rochester firefighters rescue homeowner ...

Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) – Wednesday’s storm kept public safety workers in Rochester occupied overnight. The Rochester Fire Department reports responding to 35 calls for help between 6 p.m. Wednesday and 2 a.m. Thursday. RFD says the calls included several small fires, gas leaks, downed power lines and other dangers caused by fallen trees. […]

Shake Shack to open drive-thru in New Je...

Have you ever been to the Shake Shack on Route 1? This Shake Shack is always packed. Wouldn’t it be nice if this place had drive-thru so you didn’t have to get out of the car? According to Press on, Hasbrouck Heights has been approved to go ahead and replace the old Mount Fuji in […]

Trump as president? Paul Mushaben from ...

Hey might be on vacation after his radio gig, but he’s still watching the cows and listening to the radio, of course. We got a great phone call on our statewide radio show from Paul Mushaben, one of “The Breakfast Flakes” on Cat Country in Billings, MT. A lady called for the “Montana talks” and […]

KYSSMAS for Kids raises more than $ 30,0...

Each year, KYSS-FM hosts a special fundraiser called KYSSMAS for Kids to provide underprivileged children in western Montana with gift cards they can spend however they see fit. On Friday, December 3, unsure of how fundraising would go over the course of a COVID year, Smith and Nelson opened their microphones to begin fundraising, with […]

Central Minnesota Human Trafficking Task...

ST. CLOUD – A local task force working to combat human trafficking has received a large grant. The Central Minnesota Human Trafficking Task Force on Friday received a two-year grant of $ 575,000 from the Minnesota Office of Justice Programs. The funding will help the working group to continue its work and increase its resources. […]

Tester and Daines agree and disagree on ...

Montana Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines agree to disagree on which group of workers should be subject to a mandatory COVID 19 vaccination mandate. Senator Daines has said he supports vaccination, but strongly opposes any kind of mandate. “Since the start of the pandemic, I have been a strong supporter of getting the vaccine,” […]

Josh Allen finalist for special NFL awar...

The Buffalo Bills are currently in last place in the AFC playoffs at 7-5. While the Bills struggled in the running game and other facets of offense, quarterback Josh Allen had another strong statistical year and was Buffalo’s best player by far against the New England Patriots. a difficult defeat Monday night in the high […]

Santa arrives at Mount Laurel in a fire ...

There is nothing cooler than watching Santa Claus drive past your neighborhood in a fire truck. It’s fun to see the big guy happy and say hello to the neighborhood kids. It just brings that extra Christmas cheer. But the question is, how do we know if Santa Claus is coming to our neighborhood? The […]

Law leaders appeal subpoena to U.S. Supr...

Montana Legislature appeals decision to U.S. Supreme Court by Montana Supreme Court referring to 14e Modification of due process violations in a case between two branches of state government, the legislative branch and the judicial branch. The KGVO spoke to State Senator Greg Hertz (R – Polson) about it as he visited Washington, DC with […]

Work to start converting the old giant B...

Construction is expected to begin soon to transform a former shopping center on the West Side of Binghamton into a place of worship. City Church is moving forward with a $ 6 million project to redevelop a building that once housed a Giant supermarket on Main Street. Photo: Broome County Government The 105-year-old church is […]

Sean McDermott with curious words about ...

It was a lousy football game played at Highmark Stadium on Monday night. The New England Patriots beat the Buffalo Bills 14-10. The Patriots attempted just three passes with Mac Jones and ran the ball over 40 times over 200 yards, including 64 yards on a Damien Harris touchdown, New England’s only touchdown in the […]

Berkshire County man to serve sentence f...

It has been a long time coming, but justice has finally been served. According to a statement from the Berkshire District Attorney’s Office, a state prison sentence was eventually handed down for the perpetrator of a sexual assault that took place in 2003. The Berkshire District Attorney’s Office on Friday secured a conviction for Juan […]

MA residents targeted with new deceptive...

It seems like we are forever in the age of scams. Let’s face it, as technology improves and more and more channels and channels of communication become available to us and our personal information, the more scams we have to deal with on a regular basis. We recently discussed a new scam that residents of […]

Patrick Barkey from UM on housing and pr...

Director of the Office of Business and Economic Research at the University of Montana, Dr Patrick Barkey appeared on KGVO’s Talk Back Thursday to discuss affordable housing and property tax issues. Barkey said the seemingly insatiable demand for housing simply cannot last forever, even in Missoula. “Partly to be honest with you, and it doesn’t […]

Kathy Hochul has an important update on ...

The pandemic has been going on for almost 21 months in New York state and while the spring and summer saw restrictions easing, the fall saw a spike in cases that pushed politicians to take action. One cause for concern is the new Omicron variant of COVID-19 which was detected recently in the United States […]

Check out this amazing illuminated displ...

Not too long ago, on a Sunday night, I was driving home from a delicious family dinner and using the commute to prepare my mental state for nighttime routines. Ask most parents how Sunday night is at home, because next weekend is as far away as it gets! Commentary from the back seat … I […]

Four-alarm fire burns Silo restaurant to...

An iconic restaurant in Chenango County is in ashes following a spectacular four-alarm fire in early November 28. Photo provided by Sherry Guiles Chenango County Emergency Service officials said the first call about a fire at the Silo restaurant at 203 Moran Road in Greene in the city of Coventry arrived shortly before 12:30 a.m., […]

JC “Victory” building will have more apa

A developer says several dozen more apartments will be part of its plan to transform a former Johnson City shoe factory into a residential and commercial complex. Matthew Paulus of Syracuse says plans for the Victory Building project have been revised to include 156 apartments. Paulus originally offered 108 units in the massive building at […]

Oregon finally lifts mandate for “overcr

Oregon’s mandate in ‘overcrowded’ areas has been dropped (Townsquare media) For some time now, Oregon actually had an outdoor mask warrant for “crowded” areas. But now he’s been lifted. OREGON APPEARED TO BE A METER OF CROWD? Ok, we’re joking about that. But for a number of months, Oregon actually had a mask requirement for […]

New Jersey High School Reunion Stereotyp...

Have a drink, because it’s high school reunion season. I’m attending my first high school reunion later this week (it was supposed to be our 10 year reunion, but Covid got in the way, so this is our 11 year reunion). While I’m really excited to see how everyone turned out, I’m also a little […]

Car Driver Struck On Route 95 In Greenla...

The driver of a broken down car, overturned on its side, hit by another vehicle on Route 95 in Greenland in the early hours of Monday morning, fled on foot. New Hampshire State Police said a 2014 Toyota Camry driven by Omar Sowamrah, 26, of Portland struck a 2006 Chevrolet Equinox that was lying on […]

Is this woman’s new winter hat green, br

A woman has gone viral on TikTok for her new winter hat that mysteriously changes color. It seems like every few years there is an item of clothing that gets debated on the internet because it looks a certain color to some and a different color to others. First, it was the famous dress. You […]

Can’t believe how great Rt. 9 is in Bayv

Thank goodness they didn’t wait until 2022 to fix Rt. 9 in Bayville, Beachwood, Pine Beach and Lacey. Some parts of Rt. 9 aren’t paved yet … but the areas that are, WOW that’s smooth. It hasn’t been that way in Bayville in years. I know it took a while and Rt. 9 has always […]