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Win Chris Stapleton tickets this weekend!

    Everything Country Froggy 100.3’s giving you another chance to catch Chris Stapleton’s All American Road Show at SPAC this Thursday night! Just use our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages and post #ChrisStapleton @Froggy1003 and Kate Sullivan & The Froggy Morning Buzz could be choosing you to win tickets this Monday morning!  

Luke Bryan at SPAC this Sunday night!

    Everything Country Froggy 100.3 welcomes Luke Bryan’s What Makes You Country tour to Saratoga Performing Arts Center this Sunday night! Before you enter the venue stop by and say hello to the Froggy 100.3 crew at the Route 50 entrance of SPAC! Enter to win tickets to a future country show and get…

Bicentennial celebration for the town of Corinth!

Corinth, NY was established in 1918 and is located on the banks of the Hudson River in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. The surrounding lakes, streams, and woodlands provide beauty at every turn. Come and enjoy the serenity of Corinth,  and still be only 15 minutes away from all the faster-paced attractions and entertainment …

The Washington County Fair returns!

    Everything Country Froggy 100.3 welcomes the return of the Washington County Fair…Monday August 20th through Sunday August 26th!  Don’t forget that we’ll be at the fair daily and that Froggy 100.3 presents Big Sky Country at the Washington County Fair Saturday August 25th at the Entertainment tent at 6 and 8!    …

JUNE 2018 Teacher of the Week PHOTOS

JUNE 2018 Teacher of the Week PHOTOS

Recently we were out visiting area schools to award our local Teacher of the Week winners with their plaque and prizes for being the best educators in the North Country.  Here they are together with TCT Federal Credit Union’s Irv Hilts.         Congratulations to these great educators from TCT Federal Credit Union…

Froggy 100.3 welcomes The Big Cookout Starring Lee Brice!

Everything Country Froggy 100.3 knows you love to be outside in the summertime! Road trips, swimming and COUNTRY CONCERTS! Get ready! Froggy 100.3’s welcoming THE BIG Cookout, Sunday September 2nd at the fields of Saratoga Casino Hotel featuring…Lee Brice, Frankie Ballard, and Clare Dunn! PLUS local favorites Big Sky Country & Skeeter Creek!    Listen…


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8/17 Forecast: Cold front Saturday…. NICE Sunday….

Latest Storm Tracker Forecast by Meteorologist Tim Drawbridge

After a very active day Friday, we’ll be tracking the approaching cold front Saturday….

This will produce a shower / t-storm threat….

with a heavier burst of rain being possible….

Once the front moves through, drier and much more comfortable air rolls in for the first part of next week….

Have a good morning….

Fire breaks out in attic of Saratoga Springs City Hall

A lightning strike may have started a fire at Saratoga Springs City Hall, according to the fire chief.

The fire chief said he believes a bolt of lightning struck the roof of city hall and started a fire in the attic. The fire was contained to a 20 to 30 foot area.

Crews removed walls and ceilings to reach the fire and put it out. There’s fire damage in the attic, and the second and third floors sustained a lot of water damage.

More than 50 people were in the building when the fire started, but they all got all out safely.

People downtown said they saw the city light up and heard what sounded like a bomb. Mayor Meg Kelly commended the fire department for their quick response.

“It’s a traumatic experience for a lot of us who work in city hall, and we’re very passionate about our city and what we do, so moving forward, we have to get a plan,” she said. “We’ll get through it, and that’s what we do. We’re strong people. We’re Saratogians.”

Man dies following motorcycle accident in Colonie

A man has died following a multi-vehicle accident in Colonie.

Police said a 22-year-old man from Wynantskill was driving his motorcycle east on Albany Shaker Road when he collided with a Ford Focus turning left onto Wolf Road.

The motorcyclist was taken to Albany Memorial Hospital where he later died. The driver of the Ford was also sent to Albany Memorial with minor injuries.

The name of the motorcyclist is not being released until family has been notified.

Drugs and alcohol are not believed to be factors in the crash. No charges are expected at this time.

Lead, copper found in water of 8 Pittsfield schools

Eight schools in the Pittsfield school district tested positive for lead and copper in the water.

The testing took place in May and June. City officials said the lead and copper comes from different plumbing issues. All the district’s elementary schools and Pittsfield High School were affected.

Robin Alexander said her nephews attend schools in the district. She teaches them to drink bottled water, and the water test results has her nervous sending her kids to school.

“They should be shipping in bottled water for the kids,” she said. “If they’re going to start the new year off, start it right.”

Pittsfield Superintendent Jason McCandless said the remediate efforts that were problematic are already completed.

“Follow-up testing has been completed, and we’re waiting for results back, and until then, those are offline,” he said.

That includes several water fountains and faucets.

“Beyond intermittence testing, this was sort of a go through every single building, every single fixture – anything that could really come in contact with a student,” McCandless said. “So we see this sort of as the beginning of a new process that would happen every few years.”

The superintendent said the city has been tracking down where the problem may have originated.

McCandless said parents should not have to worry as the district is working on getting the issue fixed before the first day of school in a few weeks.

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