Beth Adams

Morning Edition Host

Beth Adams joined WXXI as host of Morning Edition in 2012 after a more than two decade radio career. She was the longtime host of the WHAM Morning News in Rochester, where she was recognized for her work by the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association and the New York State Humane Society. Her career also took her from radio stations in Elmira, New York to Miami, Florida.

Beth is active in the Rochester community, having volunteered for organizations including the Humane Society at Lollypop Farm, the Heart of Gold Children's Foundation, the Rochester Press Radio Club Children’s Charities, and the Rochester Broadway Theater League Education Committee.  She is an avid reader of historical fiction and a devoted animal lover. Beth is married to award-winning writer and author Scott Pitoniak. 

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Flu Season in Rochester

Dec 10, 2012

Flu season has arrived in the Rochester area.  Dr. Lou Papa, Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center, spoke to us about how to treat and prevent flu symptoms and distinguish them from those caused by a bad cold or other viruses.

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The nation is only weeks away from the fiscal cliff's deadline of December 31st. But the debate war amongst lawmakers rages on...

Law Professor at SUNY Buffalo Stuart Lazar tells WXXI's Beth Adams why the fiscal cliff is an important issue and what it means for New Yorkers.

City of Rochester

There are new plans for Midtown Tower in downtown Rochester.

Tonight, Rochester's Central Library will be featured on the SyFy Channel. Things have been going "bump in the night" at the 80 year old Rundel building and the cable TV show Ghost Hunters came into town to investigate possible paranormal activity.

Christine Ridarsky is a city historian and head of Historical Services for the Central Library. She talked with WXXI's Beth Adams about the Ghost Hunter's visit...