I've been on the air at WBSM since 2002, when I had the chance to co-host the weekly sports program, "The Locker Room." In 2006, I began hosting my own program, "Spooky Southcoast," which covers paranormal topics and has aired Saturday nights at 10 p.m. ever since. In 2013, I took over the Saturday morning time slot from Taylor Cormier, focusing on local stories and general talk, and remained there for about four years, when I was offered a full-time position in the WBSM newsroom. I then worked as a reporter and afternoon news anchor for the next 18 months. In July 2018, I was given the opportunity to combine all of that experience to become the Digital Managing Editor for Townsquare Media New Bedford. My job is to oversee the digital brands for both WBSM and Fun 107, including their websites and social media. In February of 2022, I was promoted to Assistant Brand Manager of WBSM and began hosting "The Tim Weisberg Show" weekdays from 9 a.m. to noon.
Rumors Swirl Around Possible Explosion at PAVE PAWS Defense Site on Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Social media was abuzz Friday morning with a conspiracy theory about a mysterious explosion on Cape Cod that was oddly going unreported in the local news.
‘Ghost Hunters’ Returning on Discovery+ With Familiar Faces
Discovery+ announced today that the original 'Ghost Hunters' program is coming back with some familiar faces, especially for fans of 'Ghost Nation.'
REVIEW: Docuseries Offers New Look at Carl Drew and ‘Satanic Cult’ Murders of Fall River, Massachusetts
Fall River's supposed 'Satanic cult murders' are the focus of a new Epix docuseries that presents a new theory and different look at Carl Drew and Robin Murphy.
Lizzie Borden B&B Sale Makes SNL’s ‘Weekend Update’
The sale of the notorious Lizzie Borden home in Fall River, Massachusetts made fodder for 'Weekend Update' on Saturday Night Live.
Boston, Massachusetts Declares March 26 ‘Leonard Nimoy Day’
The City of Boston, Massachusetts has decreed that March 26 is officially 'Leonard Nimoy Day,' on what would have been the 'Star Trek' actor's 90th birthday.
‘Amityville Horror’ Killer Ronnie DeFeo Dies at 69
Ronnie 'Butch' DeFeo, Jr., who was convicted of killing his parents, sisters and brothers in the house that inspired 'The Amityville Horror,' has died.