Tom has been with WNBF for more than two decades. He first got his start at the station back in the 70s and has worked in radio, television, and print since. Tom was honored numerous times by the New York State Broadcasters’ Association and the Associated Press for his coverage of breaking and long-form news. He’s delivered spot news for ABC Radio and NPR, including a prison riot and flood coverage. In 1996, Tom rejoined WNBF as a weekend news anchor. And on weekdays, he fills in for Roger Neel on First News. Born in Binghamton, Tom lives in the Town of Union.
New York State Police Still Seek Leads in Nearly Year-Old Case
New York State Police say they are still looking for information about a 32-year-old Endicott man who has been missing for almost a year.
School Bus Crash on Friday
One person injured as Union Endicott school bus goes off the road.
Last Ollie’s Outlet Founder Dies
Founder and CEO of Ollie's Bargain Outlet, Mark Butler has passed away.
NYSEG to Inspect Storm Repairs by Air
New York State Electric and Gas says it will start going looking at their systems to make sure all the post-storm repairs this week are permanent.
Chenango County Roadwork Planned
Across the state, $206 million in funding will be used to improve 1,200 miles of roads that are part of the National Freight Network.