Sarah here! Your friendly mid-day host at the best New Rock Alternative Station around..a.k.a WRRV. Originally from Florida I made the crazy move to NY over a decade ago and never looked back. Graduating from Marist College in 2007 I was fortunate enough to join the WRRV team as a weekend host...eventually earning my current and by far favorite spot. Outside the station I love, love, love my cats (yeah I'm a crazy cat lady), I love to travel the world but also love and appreciate all the Hudson Valley has to offer...it kicks butt to live in a place that churns out culinary masters and brew masters! Yum! Be sure to tune in every weekday with me 10am-3pm as I play rockin' music, make bad jokes and get you through your workday. Don't forget to send in your requests for the naked lunch at noon...after all I need your help to fill my show with great music!
An Essay Could Win You a Lakefront Home in the Catskills
The couple is looking for a 200-word essay explaining how owning the lakefront property in Bethel would change your life.
New Law in Effect Allowing 16 and 17 Year Olds to Register for Organ Donation
New legislation goes into effect this week that will allow 16 and 17 year olds to register for organ, eye and tissue donation.
City Bus Service to Be Absorbed By County
According to City of Poughkeepsie Mayor Rob Rolison a steady decline in ridership and a steady increase in cost has lead to the decision to discontinue the city's bus services after the second half of the year.
N.Y. Senate Passes Bill to Allow Ride-sharing
State Lawmakers have voted to move forward with efforts to expand ride-sharing services throughout New York.
Areas Largest Railroad Themed Event Returns
Railroad and model train enthusiast unite as the annual Fishkill Model Train and Railroad Hobby Show returns to the Fishkill Recreation Center.
Free Pheasants in New York? Don’t Mind If I Do
It's not too often that New York State offers up something free but why a free bird?
Hudson Valley Fairs Receive Nearly $500,000 for Improvements
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced this week that $5 million dollars in grants are being awarded to county and youth fairs across New York State. In the Hudson Valley five recipients will receive nearly $500,000 towards various improvement projects and new infrastructure.
New Hotline to Protect Refugees Affected By Travel Ban
Governor Cuomo announced a new hotline that will offer assistance to refugees who may be affected by the travel ban.
Does this crazy winter weather having thinking of getting away? How about a beercation? Whether it's near of far, here are six of America's best resort towns for craft beer.
Salmon Lovers Beware: CDC Identifies Tapeworm in Alaskan Caught Salmon
You may want to hold off on the sushi for awhile after scientists have identified a new bread of tapeworm that is said to be infecting wild caught salmon.