Pam Brooks here, but you can also call me PamJam. My first time at i95 was the overnight gig when I was just out of college radio — WXCI at WestConn. I moved on to two other rock stations, but have been happily back rocking at i95 for quite a while. I consider myself so blessed to be employed doing what I do best; talk and play great music, contrary to popular belief that shopping is my forte. I did work in a shoe store while in college, but I never made any money, because I generally spent my whole paycheck on — you guessed it — the shoes. To know me is to know I am an accessories freak and shoe maven. Born and raised in New York, we came to Connecticut when I was 12. I'm an only child who was always the kid in class raising her hand to read out loud. So, not only did that foster my love of public speaking, but also my addiction to books. Now, Let's ROCK!
Mosquitoes in Connecticut Test Positive for West Nile
Tis' the season to scratch those nasty itches from those pesky mosquitoes. For the most part there is no getting away from them, but we all should try to take as much precaution as we can, especially with this news.
Brookfield Police Remind Public About the Still River Greenway
Certainly people want to get on with their lives the best they can after the horrible storm hit back in May. For many, that means out door activities. But dangers are still out there. Please heed this warning.
Convicted Connecticut Killer Re-sentenced For Brutal Crime
My prayer is that the daughter, family and friends of brutally murdered Hartford resident, Elizabeth Garcia, can find a measure of closure with this recent ruling.
Selfless New Milford Native Represents Homeless Female Veterans
To serve in our country's military is viewed by many as a selfless act. To be a woman that served and now finds herself homeless is tragic.Here's how one New Milford native, who still serves, is helping to make a change.
Waterbury Police Issue Warning of Tainted Heroin
Just when you think it can't get any worse, it does. Tainted heroin hits the streets.
CT Woman Involved In Murder Of Maryann Measles Denied Parole
Sadly a horrific tale of brutality, and a savage revenge killing was unfolding in New Milford Connecticut back in 1997. I can't imagine many people living in the state at the time didn't know of the tragic tale of the life and death of young Maryann Measles. Here's the latest news.
Smog And The EPA Lose As Connecticut Wins Lawsuit
Nobody needs no stinkin' stink clogging up Connecticut airways.
Connecticut Officials Ask Residents to Count Wild Turkeys — HUH?
Feel like embracing your inner environmentalist? Do you have some free time, or are you good at multi tasking. Maybe you always keep an eye out for wildlife in your area. If so, this is right up your alley.
Police Say Connecticut Man Was Impersonating Firefighter
Impersonating a person in the role of first responder is never going to end well for you.
Authorities Say ANOTHER Waterbury Man Ran Over Geese On Purpose
Geese. Yeah they can be a nuisance is so many ways, but whenever I hear a story of someone's cruelty and disregard for animals, it not only breaks my heart, it also makes me cringe to think about what else they'd be capable of.