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Longwave may fade from UK soon news
Oct 13, 2015
Click here to play or download an audio version of this report. James Careless in Radio World has a long story about longwave radio, and its inevitable demise in England. Longwave, as the name sugg...
Hudson approves dog park news
Aug 21, 2019
Amanda Purcell reports for Columbia-Greene Media that the Hudson Common Council unanimously approved, at a meeting Aug. 20, a dog park at the former Foster’s Refrigeration site off of Second Street. “...
Catskill Planning Board approves Cauterskill Rd. solar project news
Jul 25, 2019
Sarah Trafton is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the Catskill Planning Board July 23 gave the go-ahead to a new solar energy project. The 1.6-megawatt proposal for Cauterskill Road was presented t...
Tuesday headlines news
Aug 23, 2011
Hurricane Irene may affect New York Several computer forecast models predict that Hurricane Irene, now a category two storm bearing down on the Bahamas, might bring wind and rain to our area this wee...
free103point9 Online Radio Top 40 for May 2008 news
May 06, 2008
free103point9 Online Radio Top 40 for May 20081. The Roy Campbell Ensemble, Akhenaten Suite (Aum Fidelity)2. Tall Firs, Too Old To Die Young (Ecstatic Peace)3. civyiu kkliu + ilya monosov, cartolina p...
New Copake care center gets broadband news
Jun 04, 2016
Diane Valden reports in The Columbia Paper that Columbia Memorial Health’s new, soon-to-open Rapid Care Center is bringing high speed internet service to Copake. X-rays need to be sent over broadband...
Feds to require drone registration news
Oct 20, 2015
Craig Whitlock is reporting in the Washington Post federal regulators said Mon., Oct. 19, they now plan to require recreational drone users to register their aircraft with the government. The action i...
October playlists news
Oct 27, 2012
Music playlists from various WGXC shows in October, 2012. The Jazz Disturbance 20121018 Hosted by Cheryl K. L. McCann/Yours Is My Heart Alone/Back In My Disc Jockey Days/Label M [9:03] J. Cook/W...
Low corn prices have farmers switching to grains news
May 25, 2016
Cornell Cooperative Extension is holding field meetings on hay and small grain management throughout the area, including a May 26 workshop on pest management and agronomy of rye, wheat, barley and mal...
NIMBYism hits the Solar Revolution news
Jan 11, 2011
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="200" caption="NIMBYism in Clifton Park... Image by Cindy Scultz of Times Union."]
Poet Janine Pommy Vega's influence rippled far news
Dec 29, 2010
Renowned poet and prisons activist/teacher Janine Pommy Vega died quietly in her sleep the evening of Thursday, December 23 at her home in Willow, just outside of Woodstock. Born February 5, 1942, V...
Unnamed brewery to move into former train station in Hudson news
Oct 14, 2019
Amanda Purcell reports for Columbia-Greene Media that The Galvan Foundation announced Oct. 11 that an unnamed brewery will move into their building at 708 State St. in Hudson that formerly was a train...
State moving forward with cashless tolling news
Feb 26, 2020
WNYT-TV is reporting on the progress being made on the state's $355 million conversion to cashless tolling on the New York State Thruway. The Thruway Authority held a news conference February 26, in f...
Athens bank to unveil new mural news
May 25, 2020
WRGB-TV is reporting when the Athens branch of the National Bank of Coxsackie reopens customers will be greeted by a new mural. Coxsackie artist Tom Nelson, during the two-month COVID-19 shutdown, com...
Toporowski concedes Albany County DA race news
Jul 08, 2020
Robert Gavin is reporting for the Times Union Matthew Toporowski late July 7, conceded the Albany County district attorney Democratic primary to incumbent David Soares, thereby ending a progressive ca...
Talk of second TCI West Ghent fire continues news
Aug 21, 2012
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="160"] Photo by Jeffrey Lependorf.[/caption] On the "WGXC Afternoon Show" Mon., Aug. 20, Spencertown resident Paige Orloff discussed last week’s public meeti...
Sunday, March 3, 2013 local almanac news
Mar 02, 2013
Local audio for WGXC Morning Show WGXC Ski Report (:52) "Escape From Planet Earth" movie review by Echo Roe. (2:15) Cairo-Durham to hold public forum on elementary plan. (7:37) Weather right now...
Sunday, May 31, 2015 local almanac news
May 31, 2015
Local News Local news Click here for news from Wave Farm‘s WGXC 90.7-FM in the Hudson Valley, New York for Sun., May 31. PLAY AUDIO (2:20) Local weather forecast Today's forecast is specific to A...
Verizon looking to build small cell antenna in Athens news
Feb 23, 2021
Sarah Trafton is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Verizon Wireless has proposed the installation of a small cell antenna on a wooden utility pole on Schoharie Turnpike in the town of Athens. The st...