Jim talks with Chris Lajewski with the Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps about a chance for the public to take a guided paddle ride around the lake and to see how it's been transformed!
Jim talks with Kristen Lawton of OCRRA and Kathy Carroll of Covanta about their recent event to collect mercury thermostats and thermometers!
Jim talks with Peter Plumly of the MOST about the Honeywell Summer Science camps going on out at Onondaga Lake this summer.
Jim talks with Laurie Black about the "Talk Read Sing" initiative, designed to get parents to talk, read, and sing to their children as early as possible, which aids in good early brain development.
Jim talks to Kristen Lawton with OCRRA about their latest "Shred-O-Rama" where the public can safely dispose of private information and about two items that end up in recycling bins that shouldn't be there - plastic bags and frozen food boxes.
Jim talks with Danielle Gill of Community Foundation of CNY and Rosie Yaichuk about how the organization WHOLE ME is helping Rosie's son Joel with his hearing challenges, and how the foundation in turn is helping WHOLE ME to work with the deaf and hard-of-hearing community.
Jim talks with Ellen Beckerman about The Haven at Skanda's mission and programs, as well as their upcoming "Little Moe 5K" run!
Jim talks with Kristen Lawton of OCRRA about how you can help clean up around your neighborhood or virtually anywhere in Onondaga County in honor of Earth Day!
Jim talks with Kristen Lawton of OCRRA about them gearing up again for accepting and selling compost as well as mulch, plus some tips on how knowing what goes in your recycling bin and what goes in the trash!
Jim talks with Michela Hugo of Diaper Bank of CNY about their new partnership with Crouse Hospital, who provide new mothers with diapers and details on how they can get help obtaining diapers if money is tight.
Jim talks with Syracuse City Ballet artistic director Kathleen Rathbun about their upcoming production of "Peter Pan" March 16 and 17!
Jim talks with Frank Ridzi with Community Foundation of Central New York and Toma Tracy of Interfaith Works about the foundation's support of a new program that sends volunteers to spend one-on-one time with nursing home residents, who often feel isolated despite being in a community of residents and staff.
Jim talks with Kristen Lawton of OCRRA about the do's and don'ts of how to recycle all the wrapping paper and what-not we deal with every Christmas!
Jim talks with Peter Dunn of the Community Foundation of CNY about their million dollar-plus donation toward ridding homes in our area of lead poisoning.
Jim talks with Beth Trunfio of the CNY Ronald McDonald about their "Season of Giving" event designed to get the public to donate cash and needed goods to aid the mission of Ronald McDonald House to be a home away from home for families away from home caring for children in the hospital
Jim talks with Danielle Gill with the Community Foundation of CNY and Jeff Wright with Move Along about the foundation's support of tennis and other activities for people dealing with mobility issues.
Jim talks with Anthony Ferrari with the Department of Health and Human Services about recent changes in regulation that will make it easier to know what prescription drugs cost and to get the lowest price on a prescription that you need to take!
Jim talks with SU student Austin Kriews about the "OTTOThon," a dance marathon that raises money for Golisano Upstate Children's Hospital!
Jim talks to Shavel Edwards with United Way about their "Care Package Project," where they are asking the public to donate personal care items like toothbrushes and toothpaste to the homeless.
Jim talks with Onondaga County Health Department medical director Dr. Quoc Nguyen about the flu - how serious it might be this year and why it's so important to get vaccinated against the flu.