DJ Supreme aka Rodney B. More, is a native of Baltimore, Md the city known for ill DJ’s, its love of music and Seafood. An accomplished turntablist, DJ Supreme has been behind the 1200’s for several years. From anywhere in the world you can hear DJ Supreme, with ”The Supreme Experience" show, kicks off its 5th year on Hot 991, Townsquare Media’s Hip Hop Station (Albany, NY) blending music, comedy and infotainment Afternoons from 3p - 7p. In addition to rocking the radio, Supreme is an avid tech head, from laptops to cell phones. Supreme is the expert on all the latest gadgetry.
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South Troy Pool Is Open For Summer Fun
Exciting news for children living in Troy; the South Pool is open with no entrance fees.
Albany Medical Center Appoints The Nation’s First Black Female Chairperson
Dr. K Marie King has been appointed the nation's first black female chairperson with her appointment at the Albany Medical Center.
Albany Victory Garden Provides New Opportunities For Teens
A local teen is finding solace in the community garden where he works. It started when he was looking for some extra income, and he had no idea how much peace he would find in the garden
Ulster County Vaccinated Man Caught The Delta Variant Of COVID-19
Alarming news has come out of all Ulster County as they report that a vaccinated resident has contracted the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus.
Massive Fire Caused By Cigarette Butt In Watervilet
A cigarette butt causes a devastating fire that left several families homeless on Monday, June 28 in Watervliet.
Saratoga Springs Police Respond To Recent Uptick In Violence
The Saratoga Springs Police Department is hoping to turn things around. They have announced that they will be increasing their police presence on weekends.
The T.S.A. Is Looking To Fill Job Vacancies In Albany
If you are unemployed or just looking for a better job, you may be interested to know that the Albany Job Fair will be held later this month.
Juneteenth Is Now A Paid Holiday For NY State Workers
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order that would make Juneteenth a paid holiday for state workers. In addition, Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan signed an executive order declaring Juneteenth a holiday in the city of Albany.
Nominations For The Henry Johnson Award 2020
This will be the 4th year that the City Of Albany is awarding someone with the Henry Johnson Award. This award is designated to someone who lives in the City Of Albany that is a leader and is contributing to the community.