As reported earlier in Patch, the Donald and Maureen Green Music Center at Sonoma State University is opening after more than 20 years of planning. The inaugural program at the Joan and Sanford I. Weill Hall inside the ...
(born June 6, 1957) was a prominent news anchor on WTVH-TV Syracuse from until For most of her career she was teamed with Broadcast legend Ron Curtis and the team sat atop the ratings throughout the 1980s and 1990's. Their daily noon news regularly garnered a "50 share", a rare achievement meaning that at any given time, half of the television sets in the Central Region of New York were watching "Ron and Mo". The only Syracuse anchor with a Master's Degree at the time, Maureen was known for her smarts and her "girl next door" personality. Long time staffers credited Maureen with bringing out the warmth in Ron Curtis, with a powerful chemistry that viewers seemed to enjoy.
Fellow Central New York blogger Maureen Green is a big fan of Schoolhouse Farms' heirloom tomatoes. To read about her passion for them, click here. To learn more about the Schoolhouse farmers and their philosophy, ...
[New York Times (blog)] - “I'm willing to wait to see a doctor for about 20 minutes before I go talk to the receptionist, and after a 45-minute wait, I always leave and reschedule,” said Maureen Green, a journalist from Syracuse. “Everybody's time is valuable, not just the
[Huffington Post] - Sonoma State's New Green #Music Center Is Worth Weill: Huffington Post: That wrangle was primarily wrought by tw... Music Green Music Center Opens at Sonoma State: As reported earlier on Patch, the Donald and Maureen Green Musi.
[Santa Rosa Press Democrat] Paul Andronico; Tom Birdsall of Basin Street and the Petaluma Sheraton and his wife, Rebecca; her parents, philanthropists Don and Maureen Green; Richard and Nancy Ghilotti; and Merlone Geier and its public relations firm, River City Communications.
[Syracuse.com (blog)] - At the event, former TV news anchor Maureen Green will be emcee, and the Syracuse Youth and String orchestras will perform. Musician Jon Garland will make a presentation on Musical Associates of Central New York, a new orchestra being formed.