Chrissy was born and raised in Mechanicville, NY and has worked in radio for nearly 24 years. She lived and worked on Long Island, NY, West Palm Beach, FL, Buffalo, NY and Portland, ME. She currently resides in Cohoes with her girlfriend Jenn, her amazing 6 year old son Ryan and their dog Freddie. She loves living in the capital region and being close to her family and high school friends. Chrissy is excited to be part of the powerhouse that is WGNA and looks forward to waking you up each morning. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Six Flags Season Pass Sale This Weekend Only
Want to save a ton of money on next season's pass at Six Flags Great Escape, Darien Lake and New England? There is an amazing sale going on this weekend. Here's how to get them.
Iconic Toy Store To Reopen
It seems as if all of the toy stores that we shopped at when we were kids are closing their doors. There is one very famous toy store that will reopen for good in just a few months.
New Restaurant Coming To Crossgates
As Crossgates Mall continues to change into an entertainment destination, a new "local craft" restaurant will be moving into the mall.
2 Capital Region Towns Safest In New York State
A study was done recently that listed the top 50 safest cities in New York state. Two Capital Region cities were in the top 50 and one landed in the top 5.
Eyesore Off Everett Road Getting An Overhaul
Every time I bring Ryan to the Little League fields, we pass this huge building that is run down and dilapidated. We always talk about how they should knock it down and rebuild something there. Well now, that is just what is planned.
Teen Leader of Suicide Prevention and Cyberbullying Task Force March Hometown Hero
Alexander Kovarovic, from Guilderland, is a nineteen year old motivational speaker, suicide prevention advocate, crisis prevention counselor, drug and alcohol intervention counselor, and an in training firefighter. He has been an advocate for teens across the country and around the world.
Albany County Sheriff James Alverson June’s Hometown Hero
County Waste has partnered with us to honor those in our communities who are truly making a difference. All throughout 2017, we will be recognizing one “hero” per month based on their inspirational feats, work helping their neighbors, and everyday passion.