Afternoon host and interpretive dancer. Born and raised on the playground is where I spent most of my days. Born in Hartford, drawn to the Hudson Valley by Marist College. Started a band and got a job at the radio station. Things I'm into: Festivals, drum solos and grilled cheese. Things I'm not into: Polka, close talkers and burnt grilled cheese. Favorite Music Festivals: Mountain Jam, Mazzstock and Bonnaroo. Sports teams: Bears, Red Sox, Golden State Warriors. My favorite parts of working at WRRV? Artist interviews, concerts, backstage passes and of course free pizza. Little known fact: While attending Marist College I rowed crew. For 3 days.
$50 Million Hudson Valley Lodge Breaks Ground
A new $50 million construction project in Sullivan County has broken ground.
Darby O’Gills Respond To Underage Drinking Allegations
The popular restaurant and bar Darby O'Gills has responded after their liquor license was suspended Wednesday.
Woodbury Common Outlets Plan Sixth Major Expansion
Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, the Hudson Valleys' largest shopping and tourist destination, has announced plans for expansion which include room for more stores, two hotels, additional parking, and a helipad.
Do You Live In One Of New York’s Richest Towns?
The numbers are in and New York has a number of very wealthy towns.
SPAC To Offer Unlimited Lawn Access For 2019
Here's a chance for you to get in on every big show at Saratoga Performing Arts Center next year with their unlimited lawn pass.
Cheated Hudson Valley Bottini Customers To Be Reimbursed
Bottini Fuel found themselves in big trouble earlier this after being convicted of defrauding their customers. As part of their conviction, they face more than $3.2 million in restitution and penalties to the Attorney General's office. Now come questions from those who were taken advantage of, …
Hudson Valley’s Newest Taco Shop Opening In January
One thing the Hudson Valley could use is a few more places to get a good taco or two at lunch.
Hudson Valley Heating Oil Company To Pay $3.2 Million Fine
A Hudson Valley heating oil company will fork over $3.2 million after they were convicted Tuesday of falsifying business records and cheating local customers out of money.
Two Hudson Valley Towns Named New York’s ‘Coziest’
Winter will be upon us in a few weeks and it's officially snuggle season in the Hudson Valley. With that comes word that one local town has been named one of the 'coziest' places in all of New York.
Massive Development Proposed For Kingston Waterfront Property
A proposed construction project could change the face of Kingston's Rondout if approved.