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Froggy 100.3 welcomes the Bacon Brothers To The Egg this summer!

    Everything Country Froggy 100.3 welcomes the Bacon Brothers to the Heart Theatre inside The Egg in Albany, Sunday July 29th!   Kevin and Michael Bacon have been making music together for over Twenty years now! Now we realize Kevin Bacon’s a movie star, but the guy loves playing music too!    If you…

Get Ready for The Saratoga County Fair!

 Everything Country Froggy 100.3 welcomes the return of the Saratoga County Fair! Tuesday July 24th through Sunday July 29th! Keep listening for your chance to win tickets!   For 2018 you can look forward to 4 great new entertainment experiences, exciting new food features, and all the animal exhibits and competitions you have come to…

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, James Barker Band and Clare Dunn! PLUS local favorites Big Sky Country & Skeeter…

Father Mows Best returns!

      Froggy 100.3 has teamed up with Falls Farm and Garden of Hudson Falls to give Dad a one of a kind John Deere E 100, seventeen and a half horse power Lawn Tractor that has CVT Automatic Transmission, and a 42 inch edge cutting system! If you’re one of the qualifiers then…

Blackberry Smoke has re-scheduled their cancelled show!

  Friends,  Regrettably we have to postpone our shows this Friday May 18th at The Capitol Theater in Port Chester, NY and Saturday May 19th at The Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park, NY.  As you know, we take not being able to perform a show very seriously.  We would never consider doing it unless…

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NY files lawsuit against federal government over new tax law

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Attorney General Barbara Underwood announced the state filed a lawsuit against the federal government over the new tax law.

The lawsuit argues that the new State and Local Tax (SALT) deduction cap was enacted to target New York and other similarly situated states. The lawsuit also alleges that it interferes with states’ rights to make their own financial decisions and will disproportionately harm taxpayers in these states.

The governor’s office says the federal tax law will cost New Yorkers $14.3 billion in 2018 alone.

Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey also joined the lawsuit.

Guardian Angels return to Albany

An anti-violence group from New York City is returning to the Capital Region on the heels of a homicide this past Saturday.

At the same time, the Guardian Angels say they’re coming back to Albany Tuesday night to train new recruits and patrol the south end. The weekend shooting at First and Quail left Kahlil Barnes dead, prompting the Guardian Angels’ return. Although, they did not get a warm welcome when they visited Albany a week ago.

Victory Christian Church is offering a $5,000 reward for info leading to an arrest and they’re holding a prayer vigil Tuesday night to talk about ridding First Street of crime.

Locals from Arbor Hill reacted to their presence with concern and anger that outsiders wanted to police their neighborhood. Whether the street patrols could be a solution to the violence is up for debate, but people we spoke with yesterday had a clear, unified message.

“Somebody has to do something, because this is out of control, and I’m mad as hell.”

The Guardian Angels say today’s rainy weather won’t stop them.  They plan to meet with Mayor Kathy Sheehan and the police department next week.

Woman accused of biting off victim’s nose

A woman is trying to raise money to get emergency plastic surgery on her nose after another woman allegedly assaulted her and bit part of it off.

“I’m 28 years old. I don’t have a nose anymore,” victim Tatiana said.

Wife and mother Tatiana has trouble talking about it–that moment last Thursday, when she says a woman sitting with her in the backyard jumped her and yanked her to the ground.

“I didn’t have time to react to push her away,” Tatiana said. “I think I was trying to fight back, but I couldn’t. All I could remember was the taste of the blood in my mouth.”

Tatiana, who has asked KTRK to hide her identity, said she’d gone out to a bar with her neighbor and Jessica Collins, who was staying at her neighbor’s home. She said they returned to her house, where Collins demanded alcohol and cigarettes.  

When Tatiana said she refused and told Collins to leave.

The 41-year-old attacked her and swallowed the piece of nose she bit off.

Collins is charged with misdemeanor assault with bodily injury.  

She’s out on bond.

“I’ve seen a lot. I’ve seen other parts bit off. I mean, it does happen,” Harris County Constable Mark Herman said. “This case here is probably the first we’ve had in probably four or five years, but it does happen.” 

Tatiana, who doesn’t have health insurance, now faces extensive surgery.

She said doctors told her she needs to have it in the next couple of weeks or it will become more complicated as the wound heals.  

She wants Collins to stay away.

“I don’t know what to do,” Tatiana said.

Tatiana’s friends set up a GoFundMe page to help raise money to pay for the surgery.

Woman accused of biting off victim’s nose

A woman is trying to raise money to get emergency plastic surgery on her nose after another woman allegedly assaulted her and bit part of it off.

“I’m 28 years old. I don’t have a nose anymore,” victim Tatiana said.

Wife and mother Tatiana has trouble talking about it–that moment last Thursday, when she says a woman sitting with her in the backyard jumped her and yanked her to the ground.

“I didn’t have time to react to push her away,” Tatiana said. “I think I was trying to fight back, but I couldn’t. All I could remember was the taste of the blood in my mouth.”

Tatiana, who has asked KTRK to hide her identity, said she’d gone out to a bar with her neighbor and Jessica Collins, who was staying at her neighbor’s home. She said they returned to her house, where Collins demanded alcohol and cigarettes.  

When Tatiana said she refused and told Collins to leave.

The 41-year-old attacked her and swallowed the piece of nose she bit off.

Collins is charged with misdemeanor assault with bodily injury.  

She’s out on bond.

“I’ve seen a lot. I’ve seen other parts bit off. I mean, it does happen,” Harris County Constable Mark Herman said. “This case here is probably the first we’ve had in probably four or five years, but it does happen.” 

Tatiana, who doesn’t have health insurance, now faces extensive surgery.

She said doctors told her she needs to have it in the next couple of weeks or it will become more complicated as the wound heals.  

She wants Collins to stay away.

“I don’t know what to do,” Tatiana said.

Tatiana’s friends set up a GoFundMe page to help raise money to pay for the surgery.

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