Brian was born and raised in the Capital Region and currently lives in Albany. He’s the co-host of the GNA Morning Rush with Brian and Chrissy. When he’s not watching sports, eating fro-yo, playing poker, or trying to get in a quick nap, he’s hanging out with Brody; his ridiculously talented and handsome son. “Radio is my passion and I’m living out my dream! Every day we get the chance to change someone’s mood, perhaps their perspective, and hopefully make themaugh! What’s better than that?” E-Mail: email@example.com
November Hometown Hero Left Speechless (Audio)
Dave's been a volunteer fire firefighter for 20 plus years, an EMT, and dispatcher for the Saratoga county sheriff's department and Waterford Police Department.
Teens Who Save Drowning Girl Named October’s Hometown Heroes
When friends and high school students Ben Olsen and Gerard Rhatigan from Latham realized that a girl with special needs was missing, they were relentless in their attempt to try to find her.
Humble Gloversville Soldier Is September’s Hometown Hero
County Waste has partnered with us to honor those in our communities who are truly making a difference. This month we salute Gloversville soldier, Brandon Hermance.
Mike Veeder; “Duke Of Earltown” Is August’s Hometown Hero
County Waste has partnered with WGNA to honor those in our communities who are truly making a difference.
Siena Announcer Removed From ESPN Football Assignment Because Of His NAME?!
When I first saw this I thought it had to be a hoax. It simply is so ridiculous, one would think it came come from the comedy website The Onion. A local announcer, employed by ESPN was told he won't be working a college football game in Charlottesville, Virginia because he shares a …
Local Places Offer Free and Safe Viewing Of Solar Eclipse
No need for the the cereal box, duct tape, and youtube videos! If you're one of the many Capital Region residents that spent the weekend trying to make the proper "eclipse glasses" or are freaking out because you have no "safe" way to view today's scient…
“Humble and Brave” Frank Curtis From Waterford Is July’s Hometown Hero
County Waste has partnered with WGNA to honor those in our communities who are truly making a difference. All throughout 2017, we will be recognizing one “hero” per month based on their inspirational feats, work helping their neighbors, and everyday passion. Time to…
From Heaven, Dad Gets Local Girl On Stage At FGL Show
This is a really touching story passed along to me from an incredible woman I've known for about 10 years named Cherie Williams. Cherie was in the "pit" Sunday night for the Florida-Georgia Line show at SPAC Sunday night, snapping some random pics while rapper Nelly was on stage dancing a…
Grande; Others Join Forces For ‘Super Benefit’
Ariana Grande is a woman of her word. She promised her fans in Manchester that she'd be back to Manchester after the horrific terror attacks that claimed the life of 22 of her fans, and injured many more. Not only is she coming back, she's bringing some of music's biggest …
Cohoes Firefighter Russell Coonradt Is May’s Hometown Hero
May’s Hometown Hero story is a true must listen and it comes just in time for Memorial Day Weekend. In the month that we honor and pay tribute to the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom, we are so proud to award WGNA’s May Hometown Hero…