I was born and raised in Flint, attending Holy Redeemer High School, Mott Community College, and I have degree in Liberal Arts from the University of Michigan-Flint. I'm also a veteran of the United States Air Force, serving from 1968-1972, and an avid racquetball player that enjoys his workouts at Hurley Health & Fitness Center. I joined Cars 108 and work in multiple roles as Operations Manager and Program Director. I assumed the Program Director role for WQUS (US1031) in 2012.
‘5th Annual Lapeer Walk To Cure Lupus’ This Sunday
This Sunday, May 18th from noon till three at Rowden Park in Lapeer the Michigan Lupus Foundation will be sponsoring a fun walk day in memory of Timber Ranshaw who lost her battle to Lupus at the age of 20, and the 150,000 Lupus Warriors who lose the battle each year.
Almont Will Celebrate Memorial Day With The ‘Murph’
The "Memorial Day Murph" in Almont is designed to honor all fallen military members, and to raise money for the Lieutenant Michael P. Murphy Scholarship Fund. The name of Michael P. Murphy is synonymous with the Lieutenant's favorite, grueling workout. Here's what it cons…
Drunk Driving ‘Down’ – ‘ONLY’ 451 Arrested
There were 451arrests for drunk driving in the state over a recent three-week (March 12th -April 7th) impaired driver crackdown by local authorities. Of the 451, almost 20% were charged under the state's high blood alcohol content (BAC) law, with a BAC of .17 or higher! Believe it or not,…
Spring Is The Most Dangerous Times For Wildfires In Lapeer
Right now is the time of year that Michigan is most likely for wildfires. All too often someone innocently burning leaves, brush, or other trash begins the fire that grows into a wildfire. Farm and rural dwellings are the highest risk for these wildfires. Spring is so dangerous because of the accumu…
Mail Carriers Food Drive Is Tomorrow
Saturday is the 22nd annual National Association of Letter Carrier's food drive. So, if you can, leave bags of food by your mailbox for the letter carriers to pick up!
How Much Is Business Down In Lapeer Along Construction Route?
The reconstruction of M-24 is in it's third full week and it seems that most drivers are either adapting to the roadwork, or searching out alternate routes. How much has that hurt businesses who face M-24 and deal with it directly? How will it affect their future?
Lapeer Kmart Closing After 38 Years
The big-box retailers like Walmart, Target, Costco and Meijer have made it impossible for Kmart to compete in the Lapeer marketplace, so they will be closing the Kmart store in Lapeer, and others in the region. Doors are expected to close by the end of July.
Keep Up To Date on M-24 Construction
Want to keep up to date on what is happening now and look at the future progress for the construction work on M-24? Here's the answer:
‘3 @ 3 Theme’ Has Prizes For Mother’s Day Week
The "3 @ 3 Theme" played every afternoon on US1031, adds a little incentive this week by offering a $25 gift certificate to "Cranberries Cafe" to the first person each day to identify the "theme" under the "Comment" on our Faceb…
Watch This Unbelievable Landslide In Baltimore
The torrential rains that rolled along the east coast earlier this week caused some excitement in Baltimore.
M-24 Construction ‘Frustrating’ In Week Two
Motorists and business owners are feeling the frustration as the M-24 construction process finishes it's second week. The nearly two-mile construction zone has been turned into one lane each way, with strictly enforced no left turn signs all along the route. Only turns at intersections are allo…
Lapeer Water Source – Time For a Decision
Lapeer residents and businesses have to make a decision, or rather the city commission has to decide, where the water supply is going to come from for these residents and businesses. That decision will need to be made by mid-May according to City Manager Dale Kerbyson.