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: email@example.com
No More Gibson Guitars? Company Files Bankruptcy
Gibson guitars have been around for generations and now there is a threat they may be going away after the company has filed for bankruptcy.
Inmates Train To Be Firefighters
There is a shortage of volunteer firefighters so a local county has launched a program to train inmates to become firefighters.
Star Wars Deals On May The Fourth
May the fourth has become a special day for Star Wars fans and even though I am not a big fan, we can all appreciate these great deals to celebrate the day.
Ski Season Isn’t Over Yet…Ski This Saturday
It was a great season for skiers in the area but you don't have to accept that it's over yet. There is one mountain that will be open on Saturday for skiing. Yes SNOW skiing.
After Four Months, Historic Saratoga Hotel Reopens
A water main break caused a historic hotel to shut down back in January. There were a few set backs but now it has reopened.
Saratoga Race Course Getting Modern Upgrade
The oldest sports venue in America will get a modern upgrade. A new building will be built along the rail of the Saratoga Race Course.
Sunset Pictures Could Earn You $10,000
There is a dream job out there that could pay you ten grand. A hotel chain is looking for someone to travel the country and take sunset pictures. Here's how to apply for this amazing gig.
Sonic Coming To Clifton Park
Look for roller skating waiter and waitresses serving you in Clifton Park soon. Sonic Drive-In fast food restaurant is building its third location.
Millions Of Dollars To Fix Capital Region Roads
The roads in the Capital Region have taken a beating this winter and spring. The efforts to fill-in potholes can only go so far. The Governor has announced that over $100 million dollars has been allotted to fix the roadways across the state and a significant amount to be used in our area.
Burn Ban In Effect Across The State
The weather is getting nicer and the potential of brush fires is on the rise. Therefore, there is a burn ban in effect for all of New York state.
Subway Will Close Hundreds of Stores
There is plenty of competition out there between fast food places, sub shops, and grocery stores that serve sandwiches. In an effort to re-brand and stay afloat, Subway will close hundreds of stores.
Get Around The Amazon Prime Rate Hike
Amazon Prime announced that they will be increasing their rates to $119 a year. But there are a few ways that you can get around the increase.