Brian was born and raised in the Capital Region and currently lives in Albany. He’s the co-host of the GNA Morning Rush with Brian and Chrissy. When he’s not watching sports, eating fro-yo, playing poker, or trying to get in a quick nap, he’s hanging out with Brody; his ridiculously talented and handsome son. “Radio is my passion and I’m living out my dream! Every day we get the chance to change someone’s mood, perhaps their perspective, and hopefully make themaugh! What’s better than that?” E-Mail: email@example.com
February’s Hometown Hero: Young Girl Turns Lemons Into The Sweetest Cause
February's Hometown Hero is an amazing young girl named Carly Waters from Schoharie. When Carly, 9, learned that both of her sisters deal with hearing loss, she decided to turn lemons into the sweetest way to raise money for kids dealing with the same problem. Carly's mom Marissa wrote in on behal…
‘American Pickers’ Looking For Local Hidden Gems
The guys from the hit A & E Television Network show American Pickers are coming back to New York, and could possibly be scouring the area looking for unique gems stashed away in your basement, garage, junkyard and barns.
NY Family Giving Away This Farm House During Essay Contest
This is not a scam, it's totally legit. A New York family has lived in this Victorian farm home for 18 years and they want to move, so they are offering it up as a grand prize in an essay contest that costs $150 to enter.
Need A Job? Home Depot Hiring 375 Capital Region Residents Today
Know someone out of work and ready to put their handy-man (or woman) skills to work? The largest home improvement retailer in the United States is now hiring and a massive job recruitment search is underway. Up to 375 Capital Region residents could land work at a job fair being held today at H…
Bethel Woods Announces Major Changes To Woodstock 50th
What Bethel Woods originally billed as a “pan-generational music, culture, and community event to celebrate the golden anniversary of the original Woodstock concert" has been changed. The 'new' announcement was made earlier today and Bethel Woods management still holds out hope that that concer…
Daddy Fail: When Potty Training and Public Restrooms Collide
My 3-year-old son has been a champ using his potty lately at home and at daycare and I didn't want to break the momentum yesterday, but when I took him to a basketball game at the Times Union Center all hell broke loose. When he told me he needed to go pee, I proudly took into one o…
Amazing Local Dog Says ‘I Love You’ and Sings (VIDEO)
While rest of us are trying to train our dogs to not pee on the carpet or jump on the furniture, one local woman's dog is speaking English and says things like 'I Love You'! You have to see the video of Copper to believe it.
Local Students Transform School Bathroom Into Work Of Art
When I was in middle school, it was a chore to get me to clean my bedroom let alone the bathroom. To be honest, it still is. Major props to these local middle school kids who brought a little hard work and creativity and worked together to give their school a cool looking bathroom makeov…
January Hometown Hero Serves The Catskills And Beyond
Our January Hometown Hero was slightly taken aback when we called the other morning. Moments after identifying ourselves the first thing she responded with was 'How can I help you?'
Columbia HS Student Charged With Attempted Murder Of Schoolmate
A 16-year-old Columbia High School student has been charged with attempted murder after an alleged stabbing incident took place on Friday night. The student who was stabbed, also a 16-year-old from the same school, is currently recovering at Albany Medical Center.
Hometown Hero: Dedicates Life To Coxsackie Community (AUDIO)
This unique woman is the epitome of a Hometown Hero. The Coxsackie native fights fires, spearheads fundraisers for her church, and spends countless hours creating fun activities for local kids. Jennifer Moore-Warren is our December Hometown Hero.
Remarkable Principal Is November Hometown Hero
We've all had teachers and known school officials who've gone above and beyond the call of duty making long-lasting impacts on students. November's Hometown Hero does all of those things and much, much more. Her name is Lisa Mickle, and she's the principal of Okte Ele…