Hi, I'm Val! I host the midday show on WRRV and I have been doing radio almost as long as I've been talking! Would you believe I began working at WRRV back in 2005, and after a little hiatus in Western MA, have been been back home at WRRV doing the midday show since 2018!? When it comes to music, Pearl Jam, Shinedown, Coldplay - those will always top my favorites list, and these days it has been all about AJR thanks to my 8 year old daughter - the kid has a great ear for music, but when you think about who her mom is, are you surprised?! We are constantly adding dates to our concert calendar, ALWAYS down for a show and will travel near and far to catch our favorite bands live! Make plans to hang out with me Monday-Saturday 10am-3pm, and don't forget to get your nostalgia on from 12-1pm for the Throwback at 12!
Enhanced School Resource Officer Program Launched in Dutchess County
The 2023-2024 school year started in Dutchess County with a total of 12 School Resource Officers in place, shared Sheriff Imperati.
An Open Letter To The Guy Driving Like A Jerk During Last Week’s Storm
I get it, people have places to be, but when bad weather hits and our roadways could be impacted, just think about the other people on the road and don't be a jerk...that's all I'm asking.
Newburgh Brewing Helps To Spearhead Student Discount Program For Local Students
Several local businesses in Newburgh are celebrating their college town status by offering a student discount program where students can save 10% off local goods, services, food and drink.
Grape Stomping Returns To Hudson Valley Wineries For 2023
Grape Stomping has certainly gained popularity throughout the years in the Hudson Valley, and is a fun activity that is sure to put a smile on your face while also getting your feet a bit dirty.
Back In Action: Bear Mountain State Park & Attractions Reopen Following July Storm
For the first time since the July 9th storm that dropped record breaking amounts of rain over the Hudson Valley, many areas of Bear Mountain are back open!
September Heat Wave Prompts Extension of Wappingers Splash Pad
No signs of fall this week, and because of the high temps, Bowdoin Park has extended their splash pad season through September 10th.
The Hudson Valley Can Soon Scream For Less Than A Dollar Ice Cream
To celebrate their fall menu launch, DQ will be honoring the year 1985 when the Blizzard was first introduced, with 85¢ Blizzards for two weeks!
Mercy College Earns University Status & Name Change
A new President, a new Nursing School, and a name change in less than a year, Mercy University has been busy.
First Responders Ride Free at Legoland These Three September Dates
As a way of saying thank you for keeping us safe, all police, sheriff's deputies, firefighters, EMTs, paramedics, and volunteers from any department are eligible for FREE admission with a valid ID.
Saugerties Daycare Closes Following Inspections & Outstanding Citations
After receiving an extension for their renewal this fall and telling parents they were hopeful about opening in September, the St. Mary-St. Joseph Early Learning Center cited staffing as the reason for closing.