Peter Pontius of Corporate Care is live in-studio with Harold Weber on Monday morning to talk about treating depression and why a successful actor/comedian like Robin Williams would end his own life. Also, Seneca Falls Rotarian Bill Parker calls-in studio to talk about the upcoming Jazz Fest at Goosewatch Winery in Varick.
Seneca County D.A. Barry Porsch joins Harold Weber live in-studio on Monday morning to talk about some of the high profile cases that have come through his office, his staff, and crime in Seneca County.
Members of the Finger Lakes Lunachicks Roller Derby team, Spring Evans & Wendy Miller, are in-studio to talk about their sport, what it takes to compete, and their upcoming bouts at the Lyons Community Center.
Local massage therapist Dusti Provenchur is in-studio to help Harold Weber loosen up. Also, talking about the Newark Pilots, Tiger Woods quitting at the Bridgestone, and The Groggery in Fayette.
Mynderse Academy junior Madison Hilimire is in-studio to co-host with the Web Dog and talk about the Mynderse Softball program, Derek Jeter’s farewell tour, and Ray Rice’s 2-game suspension.
Mark Robinette of Robinette Jewelers in downtown Seneca Falls was in-studio to talk about their 70th Anniversary, what’s going on in downtown Seneca Falls, and memories from the past 70 years with Harold Weber on Monday morning.