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 the WRRV Morning Grind with Nick. You can catch me talking about the latest in alternative, what's up and coming in the Hudson Valley, 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 weekday mornings from 6AM-10AM!
Ominous Pink Sun Sets Over the Hudson Valley
A gorgeous pink sun had set over the Hudson Valley yesterday, but the cause is anything but beautiful.
$300 Extra Unemployment Payments to Start in New York State
New Yorkers who file for unemployment will soon see some more money in their checks.
Pine Bush School District Eliminates Nearly 200 Positions
The Pine Bush Central School District announced that nearly 200 positions have been eliminated, with 106 being teaching assistant positions.
Allergy Relief: Eat a Spoonful of Local Honey
Whether you have spring or fall allergies, there's one simple hack that can help relieve symptoms.
Hudson Valley Home Depots Cancel Black Friday
Black Friday as we know it could soon be a thing of the past.
Hudson Valley Community College Hires ESports Coach
A community college in Troy has hired its first-ever ESports coach.
Indoor Dining Will Be Allowed in NYC at 25% Capacity
New York City will soon be allowed to have indoor dining again.
Distillery with Historic Mob Ties Opens in the Hudson Valley
A historic distillery will be opening its doors for business in the Hudson Valley on the original grounds of a mob-ran bootlegging operation.
Remembering the Hudson Valley Lives Lost on September 11th
September 11, 2019 marks the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attack in New York City.
New Yorkers Can Now Use COVID-19 as Absentee Ballot Excuse
A new executive order from Governor Cuomo will allow New Yorkers to use COVID-19 as their excuse for using an absentee ballot for the November election.