I was born and raised right here in the Rockford area. I graduated from Harlem High School in 1997. After bouncing around the suburbs for awhile, I decided to go into radio about 6 years ago. I spent four of those at 670 WSCR The Score as an afternoon producer before I made my way back home here at WROK. I'm loving it so far and hope to be here for quite awhile. Thanks for listening!
Do You Know How Many Fuddrucker’s Still Exist In Illinois?
Fuddrucker's was an American fast-casual restaurant chain that specialized in hamburgers.
Getting To Chicago From Rockford Is About To Get A Lot Harder For The Next 3 Years (At Least)
Starting from March 20th, drivers can expect major delays on the Kennedy Expressway as the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) begins a three-year, $150 million construction project.
Farming Fun Coming To Rockford’s Discovery Center
If you’re looking for a fun and educational day out with your family, look no further than Discovery Center’s newest exhibit: Ag All Around Us.
Arrest Made In Machesney Park Bar Shooting
A shooting occurred at Onyx Bar & Grill in Machesney Park on Sunday, February 26, 2023, at approximately 1:00 a.m.
Join the Starlight Family: Audition for Rockford’s 2023 Community Theater Season
The Starlight Theatre is a community theater that has been entertaining audiences in the Rockford area for over 50 years, and this year's lineup promises to be as exciting as ever.
Pronunciation of Geographical Terms Unique to Illinois
Residents of Illinois have a unique way of pronouncing specific geographical terms.
Chicago’s Winter Peril: The Silent Danger from Above
Ice falling from tall buildings during winter is an unlikely event that has become a common occurrence in some cities across the globe.
Midway Village Receives Artwork Significant To African American History In Illinois
Midway Village Museum recently acquired a portrait of Winston Ward, a former slave who built a new life as a free man in Rockford, Illinois.
The Paczki: What Is It? How Do You Say It? Why Do We Celebrate It In Illinois?
Paczki Day is a popular event celebrated in Poland and many places around the world. It falls on the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday and marks the end of the carnival season before Lent.
The Longest House You’ve Ever Seen: A Unique Farm Property in Rural Illinois
Have you ever seen a house that looks like three houses put together end to end?