Hi everybody. I've been waking up early and talking on the radio here in the Hudson Valley for over 25 years. Currently, I'm the host of "The Boris and Robyn Show" on 101.5 WPDH each weekday morning from 6 to 10. When I'm not on the radio I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling and drinking craft beer. I'm also a huge "Star Wars" fan and collect vintage autographed trading cards from the movie series.
Hudson Valley Families Can Get $9,000 if Loved One Died of COVID
Families who lost a loved one to COVID-19 in the Hudson Valley can apply for reimbursement starting on Monday.
10 Cool Hudson Valley Artifacts You Can Own
The Hudson Valley has a rich history. Thanks to these artifacts being auctioned off on Ebay, you can own a piece of that history, or just relive some good old memories.
Marist COVID Cases Still Rising, Students Returning to Classroom
Even with COVID still being transmitted from student to student, Marist maps out plans to return to the classroom.
Over 1,300 Hudson Valley Drivers Got Tickets This Weekend
If you were out on the road this weekend, chances are you either got a ticket or saw someone getting one.
Poughkeepsie Vet Releases Book Chronicling Walk Across America
A Hudson Valley veteran has published a warts-and-all memoir about his incredible walk across America.
Hudson Valley Man Allegedly Choked Tinder Date to Unconsciousness
A Hudson Valley man is accused of choking his Tinder date until she passed out.
Mid-Hudson Town Makes List of ‘Most Charming Towns’ In USA
A small town in the Hudson Valley has just been named one of the most charming towns in the country.
Hudson Valley Man Could Get 20 Years in Prison For Capitol Attack
New charges have been brought against a Hudson Valley business owner that could land him in prison for the next two decades.
Musical Developed in Poughkeepsie to Debut on Netflix
Netflix made a surprise announcement that a musical developed in the Hudson Valley will get its streaming debut this year.
No, a Hudson Valley Nursery Is Not Selling Legal Pot Plants
The Internet was abuzz with rumors that legal pot plants are now available at a local nursery.