Craig Carton’s lucrative career on the airwaves began 26 years ago — long before he became one half of the much-listened-to “Boomer & Carton” show and faced federal fraud charges stemming from millions of dollars in crushing gambling debt. The New Rochelle-born personality became a broadcaster in 1991 at WGR Radio in Buffalo, then zigzagged...
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