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!
10 Years Later: A Shocking and Tragic Piece of Connecticut History
Here's what I know. Sadly the unthinkable happens on a daily basis. That said, there are moments in time that will always make my heart clench with pain, disbelief, and a hurt that never goes away.
Two Connecticut DMV Offices Close Down — Are They Yours?
Over the past few years in Connecticut, there have certainly been many stories of upheaval and problems in the overall Department of Motor Vehicles. So what do you do when your DMV closes?
FDA Gives Connecticut Big Bucks for Food Safety
I try to pass along as much information from the Food and Drug Administration about safety recalls. This instance is all about Connecticut receiving a big chunk of change towards food safety.
Summer Art Program for Kids Comes to WCSU in Danbury
Looking for something for your kids to do for a few days? I've got a suggestion for you.
Son of Connecticut Mother Lost at Sea at Center of Yet Another Controversy
Money, possible murder, and a body lost at sea are the things of intrigue for sure. The saga of Nathan Carman continues.
Brookfield HS Hosts Hazardous Waste Clean-Up for Surrounding Towns
The event sponsored by the Housatonic Recovery Resources Authority is open to residents not only of Brookfield, but also Bethel, Danbury, New Fairfield, Newtown, Redding, Ridgefield, Kent, Sherman, and Bridgewater.
State Officials + Candlewood lake Authority: ‘Clean, Drain, and Dry’
Learn to beware and be careful of what lurks below the water's surface.
Massive Hot Dog Recall May Affect Your Summer Grilling
Stop what your doing and check out this information from the legendary Sabrett Hot Dog Company, as well as fsis.usda.gov
Police: Waterbury Felon Tied to Car Theft in Newtown
Careers are a good thing. Making crime your career, not so much.
Ridgefield Ramble Trail Looks Toward Community to Support 2-Mile Stretch
Nature and all it has to offer is a beautiful thing. Here's a chance for you to be a part of a Connecticut trail from the ground up.