Proctors Theatre is so beautiful because it pretty much looks as it did during the times of vaudeville but recently, they upgraded. Over the summer, they completely changed their seats and with that, added a beautiful tribute to the military.
Though I've never served, the military hold a special place in my heart. They do so much for me, I try to find what I can do to support them. I recently found the organization Wreaths Across America and now, I never see a future Christmas without them.
Veteran's Day is this Sunday (November 11th) and there are many offers for those who have served and protected our country. Here is a list of the many restaurants in the Capital Region that have offers on Sunday and Monday.
Something we honestly should've been celebrating for years, but better late than never. If you're a veteran, active duty, friends, family, or just support our troops, this is an event you need to add to your calendar.
Starting at 6am on Wednesday, July 4th - and continuing all throughout Independence Day on WGNA - Brian and Chrissy will be honoring some of the local men and women in our military who may be away from their families while protecting our freedom back home. We'll be airing special shout-outs, messages and personal stories from family members who want to honor the military hero in their family. It's
I saw an Honor Flight arrive at the World War II monument once when I was in Washington DC a few years ago. At that moment, I knew it was something I wanted to be a part of and on Saturday, I finally did it and it was my honor to be there.
WGNA is proud to team up with local veterans organizations to help our local veterans find work when they come back home. These organizations can help with everything from building a resume, plotting a career path, to landing a job in the Capital Region.