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.
Kevin Garnett’s Number Retirement Proves ‘Anything’s Possible’
Tim Weisberg reflects on his time covering NBA Hall of Famer Kevin Garnett as the Boston Celtics raised KG's No. 5 to the rafters of TD Garden.
Rhode Island’s Haunted ‘Conjuring’ House Is Now For Sale
The Burrillville, Rhode Island farmhouse that was the site of the real-life haunting featured in 'The Conjuring' is for sale just in time for Halloween.
The Ghostly Tale of the Redheaded Hitchhiker of Route 44
These days, hardly anyone hitchhikes anymore. In the era of “stranger danger” and human trafficking, it’s hard to believe people would be dumb enough to thumb for a ride, or even worse, pick up someone else who was. But you should definitely never pick up any hitchhikers on the stretch of Route 44 in the area of the Seekonk-Rehoboth line—especially ones with red hair...
‘Elmo Tree’ Deep in a Plymouth, Massachusetts, Forest Baffles Hiker
Six miles into a hike at Myles Standish State Forest, they discovered a pine tree covered in Elmo dolls.
New Bedford Police Arrest 13 and Take Guns, Drugs Off Streets
NEW BEDFORD — New Bedford Police narcotics and gang detectives made 13 arrests Thursday and took two guns, marijuana and crack cocaine off the street as part of a citywide sweep targeting narcotics use and other illegal activity. As part of the sweep, police executed a search warrant at 15 Warren St...