I began my radio career in Port Huron, Michigan in 2015. I thought I’d give sunny Gainesville, Florida a try and moved there at the beginning of 2019, but missed the Mid-West a little too much and ended the year in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I grew up right outside of Detroit, Michigan and attended Specs Howard School of Media Arts where I became certified in broadcasting. While attending school, I worked as a veterinarian assistant taking care of animals on and off for seven years. Outside of radio, I enjoy yoga, drinking tea (lots of it), hanging out in my hammock (when the weather permits) and replacing song lyrics with my cats' names.
High Demand For Ketchup Packets Leads To Heinz Ketchup Shortage
The pandemic has made is difficult for Heinz to keep up with ketchup demands.
Curbside Food Distribution in Holt, Michigan
First Presbyterian Church of Holt is holding another curbside food distribution tomorrow, April 8.
Michigan Court Rejects Challenge to Gordie Howe Bridge
The new six-lane bridge is set to open over the Detroit River in 2024.
Michigan Church Working On Homeless Shelter On Wheels
Senior pastor of Centerpoint Church is on a mission to help create a shelter for the homeless by starting a church on wheels.
Mobile Vaccine Clinics Coming To Greater Lansing
The Greater Lansing bus is not only offering individuals rides to receive their COVID-19 vaccines, but bringing the vaccines to people.
Williamston Farmhouse Converted Into Home For Disabled Individuals
Certain League Farms was created for individuals with special-needs.
New Park Coming To Ingham Township
Part of the former Freer Farm is being turned into a public park.
New Williamston Bakery Giving Back To Its Community
The In KinD Bakery opened last month and is giving back to it's community by donating funds and baked goods to the Williamston Food Bank.
Several Animals Rescued From Michigan Home With Unfit Conditions
The Port Huron police department and animal control rescued several cats and dogs from a home with "deplorable conditions" on Monday, March 8.
Michigan Senator Wants Sandhill Crane Hunting Season Established
Sandhill cranes are currently a non-game bird. Michigan state senator, Ed McBroom, wants to approve a sandhill crane hunting season.