How tough am I? I ate a bowl of nails for breakfast…without any milk. Oh wait, this isn’t an application to get into the Salty Spittoon? My bad. Anyways, I’M TAYLOR! I host afternoons on Now 97.7. You can catch me talking about celebs, fashion, and everything unhealthy. I grew up in the Hudson Valley, went to school in Western New York, but the Valley couldn’t seem to get rid of me so here I am. But my love of garbage plates (don’t worry, I’ll tell you what they are a million times) and wings wasn’t left in WNY. If this bio hasn’t somehow turned you away, then you’ll definitely like my show. Tune in weekdays from 3-7!
7 Hudson Valley Police Officers Decertified For Misconduct
USA Today compiled a list of over 30,000 police officers across the country that were banned.
Johnson & Johnson Heirs Selling Hudson Valley Estate
Lightning Tree Farm, an estate owned by heirs to the creator of Johnson&Johnson, is for sale.
Taylor Talks With Marist About The 33rd Annual The Silver Needle Runway
Marist College's fashion department is preparing for its 33rd annual Silver Needle Runway fashion show.
Roadwork Continues To Plague Hudson Valley Highways
Now that the weather is warm, more roadwork is happening on Hudson Valley roads and highways.
Proposed Bill Wants To Make New York A Sanctuary State
A new bill has been proposed that would make New York State the ninth sanctuary state.
Lower Hudson Valley Home Where President Grant Slept For Sale
There's a home in Westchester County where President Ulysses S. Grant slept that is up for sale.
Gas Prices Continue To Rise In The Hudson Valley
In a continuing trend, gas prices have continued to rise in the Hudson Valley.
How To Add A Song To Your Facebook Profile
Facebook is taking us back in time to the days of Myspace by allowing us to add songs to our profiles.
NY Judge Upholds Mandatory Measles Vaccine Order
New York State is currently dealing with one of the worst measles outbreaks in years.
Over 70,000 Kids In The Hudson Valley Don’t Have Enough To Eat
Hunger is an issue that plagues the world, but over 70,000 children in our own community don't have enough to eat.