How tough am I? I ate a bowl of nails for breakfast…without any milk. Oh wait, this isn’t an application to get into the Salty Spittoon? My bad. Anyways, I’M TAYLOR! I host afternoons on Now 97.7. You can catch me talking about celebs, fashion, and everything unhealthy. I grew up in the Hudson Valley, went to school in Western New York, but the Valley couldn’t seem to get rid of me so here I am. But my love of garbage plates (don’t worry, I’ll tell you what they are a million times) and wings wasn’t left in WNY. If this bio hasn’t somehow turned you away, then you’ll definitely like my show. Tune in weekdays from 3-7!
Facebook Staff May Have Had Access to Your Password
Hundreds of millions of users' Facebook, Facebook Lite, and Instagram passwords were accessible by Facebook staff members.
Nor’easter Could Slam The Hudson Valley This Weekend
A Nor'Easter is developing in the South that is expected to rock the Northeast.
Why Is The Hudson Valley So Obsessed With Shake Shack?
I went to Shake Shack to the first time in my life recently.
9 Orange County Businesses Caught Selling Alcohol To Minors: SLA
Multiple Hudson Valley businesses were caught selling alcohol to minors during a county-wide operation.
Hudson Valley City Named One Of Most Dangerous In U.S.
Of the two cities in New York that made the list of 'Most Dangerous in the U.S.', one of them is in the Hudson Valley.
Hudson Valley Cider Fest Tickets On Sale
The Hudson Valley Cider Festival is Saturday, June 1, 2019.
Hudson Valley Retailer To Stop Selling Guns At 125 Stores
A retailer with multiple local locations has announced it will be pulling guns from over 100 of their stores across the U.S.
Unvaccinated Hudson Valley Students Not Allowed To Attend School
44 Hudson Valley students are not allowed to return to school following a measles outbreak in the area.
Bill Splitting New York Lumps Hudson Valley With Buffalo
A new proposal seeks to split New York State into three different regions.
New York Schools Could Add 6 New Holidays To Calendar
A new bill is being considered that would add 6 new calendars to the academic year for New York schools.