I was born and raised in Mechanicville, NY and have been in radio for over 25 years. I have lived and worked on Long Island in the Hamptons, in West Palm Beach, FL, Buffalo, NY and Portland, ME. Brian and I have been together for 15 years and we love waking up the Capital Region each and every morning. I am getting ready to move back to my hometown where my 10-year-old son Ryan will attend my Alma mater. I will be getting married to my best friend, Jenn, at the end of 2021 and we are having a Disney wedding. We love everything Disney and even have a dog named Freddie after Mr. Fredrickson from the movie UP. I am a true crime junky and will watch every Law & Order SVU episode over and over again. (My Dad worked on the show for several years and my name appears on the locker in the squad room in early episodes). I have a very close relationship with my amazing mom, Nancy who is on the show with us messing up song lyrics each week. I will fight anyone, anytime, if you say that someone else or a restaurant makes better eggplant than my mom. Thanks for allowing our personal lives into your world each morning. We hope to give you laughter and fun to start your day.
No More Free Lunch? New York Public Schools Hope to Stop That!
Public schools across New York state are hoping to save the free breakfast and lunch programs for their students. During the pandemic, there was funding available to make sure that students were fed both breakfast and lunch each day for free. Now the program is in jeopardy.
Blinders Off! Take a Peek at This $1.7 Mil Saratoga Race Course Themed Home
This home in Saratoga Springs sits on 3.5 acres. It features four bedrooms and five bathrooms along with a movie room and a billiards room. There are 5100 square feet of beautiful woodworking and subtle touches of the Saratoga Race Course. Well except the beautiful statue out front of the horse and jockey and the starting gate backsplash in the kitchen. This home sold for $1.7 million. The asking price was $1.9 million.
All SUNY Students Must Get the Vax to Come Back
Since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officially approved the Pfizer vaccine, it was announced that all students attending in-person classes at SUNY (State University of New York) must be vaccinated for COVID-19. This includes both two-year and four-year institutions.
Traveling 4th of July Weekend? You’re Going to Have Company
Many New Yorkers have been waiting to get on the roads and now with most vaccinated and able to travel, the 4th of July weekend will be especially busy on the highways. It looks as if traffic on New York roadways will be up from forty percent from last year.
Check Your Smoke Detectors – Nationwide Recall
We are told to check our smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms twice a year when we change our clocks back. But there's a good reason to check those detectors right now. There is a nationwide recall of the smoke and carbon monoxide detectors because they may not alert residents of a fire.
Great Escape and NY Amusement Parks Get OK to Reopen
I am getting a severe case of cabin fever and I know I'm not alone. But we got some good news about amusement parks and summer camps reopening soon in New York state. Finally, we heard from Governor Cuomo who is slowly allowing more things to open.
Glens Falls Hosts This Years’ Puppy Bowl [VIDEO]
You may be sick of seeing Tom Brady in the Super Bowl, but no one I know is ever sick of seeing the Puppy Bowl on Super Bowl Sunday. This years' big game has been filmed in Glens Falls.
Catskill Game Farm Sells For $1.9 Million
The beloved Catskill Game Farm has new owners to the tune of one point nine million dollars. The new owner says they will keep the history and significance of the old Catskill Game Farm.
Pandemic Relief Text Scam Alert
There is a warning about a text scam going around that claims you have a stimulus waiting for you because of the coronavirus pandemic. Here's what you need to look for.
Feed NY Looking For Venison Donations – Here’s How to Help
There is another way to give to those who need food this holiday season. It's a partnership with the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and local hunters. Here's how you can help.