I have been working in radio for 18 years, which seems crazy when I think about it. Born and raised in Rhode Island, I am definitely a New England girl, having worked in Providence, Worcester, New London in Connecticut and now here in New Bedford. I absolutely love football, enjoy practicing and teaching anti-gravity yoga, and in my free time, I'm usually on my couch knitting (yep, like a little old lady). I also welcomed my first child in 2015, so life is pretty great right now.
Relief on the Road to Providence
If you had to travel to or through Providence last week, you know how terrible the traffic on I-195 was. Now RIDOT is offering some relief.
Another Outdoor Beer Garden is Open in Boston
Ready to do some end of summer day drinking? There's now another beer garden for that in the heart of Boston.
Canine Flu Confirmed in Massachusetts
Veterinarians have confirmed the first official case of canine flu in Massachusetts. Here's what you need to know about the extremely contagious virus.
New England Seals Test Positive for Avian Flu and Distemper
After an unusually high number of seals were found washed up on shore in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, researchers are starting to get some answers.
Taunton Sears Set to Close
There's another round of stores closures coming to Sears Holdings and the Taunton store is on the chopping block.
Pop Up Boutique From Project Runway Winner Open in Fenway
Love Project Runway winner Erin Robertson's designs? You can actually get your hands on some at her pop-up boutique in Fenway this weekend.
What Do You Mean You’ve Never Watched…?
What TV show have you never watched that might completely surprise someone?
Whitney Tribute Show Coming to the Z this Fall
Love Whitney Houston and miss her iconic voice? A tribute show to the late, great singer in coming to the Zeiterion this fall.
Free Ice Cream at Choco-Latte Cafe in Fall River
Who doesn't love the words "free ice cream?" And that's what is happening this week at Choco-Latte Cafe in Fall River.
Is the Farmers’ Almanac Overrated?
The Farmers' Almanac recently released their predictions for the coming year and it's starting to sound a little cut and paste if you ask me.