Don Morgan has spent over 40 years entertaining the Southern Tier on Binghamton radio stations. Born in Texas, Don graduated from Corning Painted West High School and went to Corning Community College. Broome County is where he decided to lay down roots in 1977. Don, his wife, their adopted greyhounds are proud to call Johnson City home.
When to Expect Stunning Fall Foliage Around New York State
Fall can be a wonderful time in Upstate New York and Northeast Pennsylvania.
Top Six Most Infested New York State Lakes With Snakes
The website, A-Z-animals.com lists the six most snake infested lakes in New York State.
How You Can Prevent the Leading Cause of Forest Fires in NYS & PA
We either outlast the fire, or make sure it's out before the last person leaves the circle, especially this year, when we've had exceptionally dry conditions.
Legal Or Illegal to Drive These Vehicles on New York State Roadways?
I have seen a few of these types of vehicles on roadways in the past and often wondered if it's legal or not.
Did You Even Know These Two Upstate New York Lakes Exist?
There are two lakes in Upstate New York that don't get much attention, and these two lakes are where I spent many of my summer vacations.
The Most Unique Glamping Experiences in New York State
It's camping, but with many of the amenities you'd find at home. Comfort camping I suppose you could call it.
5 New York State Cities Rank As Best U.S. St. Patrick’s Day Parades
Scranton, Pennsylvania is one of the top ten cities in America where residents have the most Irish Ancestry.
Searching For An Unusual Getaway? Take A Look At This Whimsical Stone Adobe
Sort of reminds me of a Hobbit home from the Lords of the Rings movies.
Surprisingly, This Federal Holiday is Not Actually Named Presidents’ Day
Here's something interesting that I noticed when I was looking at the Binghamton National Weather Service website.
How Cheap Were Eggs in New York The Year You Were Born?
It's interesting to see how much a dozen eggs have cost over the years from 1940 to 2000, compared to today.