Chrissy was born and raised in Mechanicville, NY and has worked in radio for over 25 years. She lived and worked on Long Island, NY, West Palm Beach, FL, Buffalo, NY and Portland, ME. She currently resides in Cohoes with her fiancée, Jenn, their amazing 9-year-old son Ryan and their dog Freddie. She loves living in the Capital Region and being close to her family and high school friends. Chrissy loves to be able to wake you up each weekday morning on WGNA.
Vote Up To 30X For Madison TONIGHT (Sun)- Here’s How
American Idol is down to the final eight and Madison Vandenberg is poised to win it all, but she needs our votes. Here's how to vote for Madison up to thirty times on Sunday night.
Did We Vote Enough To Get Madison Into The Top 10?
America voted and we all came through for Cohoes native Madison Vandenburg on American Idol. She delivered and the Capital Region voted.
March Hometown Hero Lives By Doing One Good Deed A Day
This month's Hometown Hero has worked at the same job for over thirty years where she serves selflessly in the city of Corinth. She lives by the mantra of doing one good deed a day. It could be a small act of kindness or a great big one as long as an effort is made to do one each day.
Yankee Great To Speak At Local College
It's that time of year again, time for the announcements of graduation speakers at local colleges. This is the first of many and it's a Yankee legend.
Zombie Deer Disease In New York State
There is a disease spreading through deer that makes them zombie like and emaciated. It has affected deer in twenty four states including New York.
How To Score Free Wings During The Super Bowl
We had a chance to get free tacos during the World Series and now it's our chance to get free wings during the Superbowl this Sunday. Here's how.
Teen Leader of Suicide Prevention and Cyberbullying Task Force March Hometown Hero
Alexander Kovarovic, from Guilderland, is a nineteen year old motivational speaker, suicide prevention advocate, crisis prevention counselor, drug and alcohol intervention counselor, and an in training firefighter. He has been an advocate for teens across the country and around the world.
Albany County Sheriff James Alverson June’s Hometown Hero
County Waste has partnered with us 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.