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Acoustic Christmas

Everything Country Froggy 100.3 realizes that this time of year can be overwhelming! Well take a break! Have a night out with your friends at Vapor inside Saratoga Casino Hotel Thursday December 13th and enjoy an acoustic Christmas concert featuring…Morgan Evans, Seth Ennis, James Barker Band & Abby Anderson!  The only way in is if…

Saratoga Comic Con

  Everything Country Froggy 100.3’s giving you chances to catch Saratoga Comic Con! Next Saturday & Sunday November 17th & 18th at Saratoga City Center! YOu could be there for Cosfight Fencing Class, David Yost the Original Blue Power Ranger. karaoke, and so much more . All next week when you hear a famous TV or…

GF Heating Oil

Froggy 100.3 has teamed up with GF Heating Oil & Propane To Heat Your Pad! The weather is getting colder and before you know it, it’s going to be winter! Froggy 100.3 and GF Heating Oil & Propane want to make sure you’re prepared, in case it gets EVEN COLDER THIS WINTER!  What you need…

Girls Holi-Day Out

Spend a Day finding “One of a Kind” items for the Holidays from Local Merchants in the North Country that you literally can’t find any place else at “The Girls Holi-Day Out Event” on Sunday, November 18th from 10am-3pm at The Queensbury Hotel on Ridge Street in Beautiful Downtown Glens Falls being presented by The Outlets…

Daytona 500

  Everything Country Froggy 100.3 reminds you that it’s coming… The intensity…the heat…the action! The Daytona 500! Everything Country Froggy 100.3’s sending you there! ! If you want your shot, then listen for “Start Your Engines” at 7:15 or 4:15 daily to qualify OR stop by Affordable Auto Sales on Dix Ave. in Hudson Falls…

Support Nemer Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram’s campaign for The Open Door Mission!

During the month of November, our friends at Nemer Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Queensbury will be collecting non-perishable food items to fill their Ram truck! All items will be donated to the Open Door Mission in Glens Falls! Look for the Ram Can Can Truck around the community all month or stop by their…

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Investigation continues into deadly Schoharie limo crash

More than a month after a deadly limousine accident killed 20 people the investigation into exactly what happened continues. It’s an effort between local, state, and federal agencies to get to the bottom of this tragedy.

Right now the investigation is centering around the major piece of evidence–the limo itself. News 10 spoke with Schoharie County District Attorney Susan Mallery on Monday who says her team is taking their time gathering all the evidence they need. The National Transportation Safety Board has been in the wings waiting to get their hands on the vehicle.

The Schoharie County District Attorney’s case would focus on the criminal charges against Prestige Limo operator Nauman Hussain, while the NTSB would focus on safety regulations.

The investigation is ongoing.
 

Dog owner pleads for the life of her pet

A local dog owner pleading for her day in court before the city orders her beloved pet to be put down. In the meantime, Luna has been held at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society for the last couple of weeks, but a city attorney told the owners they’re going to give the Humane Society the go-ahead on putting the dog down on Tuesday.

The city’s dangerous dog laws are different from the state with very little tolerance for aggression. The owners say this was Luna’s first offense, and they’re hoping to buy her some more time so they can fight for a second chance. “She’s playful, energetic and super loving,” said, Cade Saba, Luna’s owner. The family is seeing a lot of support on social media with the hashtag #SaveLuna.

The hound mix lives in Troy with her three humans including a six-year-old little girl, one other dog, and four cats. Saba says she’s never shown signs of aggression prior to this.

On the night of October 25, 2018, Luna went out in the backyard that they share with their upstairs neighbors and got tangled up with their neighbor’s dog. A scuffle ensued and the neighbor’s dog was left with a laceration to its hind leg, requiring a few stitches. The following day, Animal Control removed Luna from the home and issued the owners an appearance ticket for city court.

State law says there must be proof of serious physical injury in order to put a dog down. However, Saba’s attorney, Margaret Donnelly says, under Troy’s localized Public Safety Laws the severity of the injury doesn’t matter. “Even when the Animal Control officer came and made his report, he said there were minor injuries on the dog,” said Donnelly.

“It’s an isolated incident. She has no prior history of biting another person or animal, so we just don’t see how that could be fair I guess. So, it’s definitely overwhelming at the thought that my family member could be put down,” said Saba.

John Salka with the Troy Mayor’s Office, says the city’s Corporation Counsel offered a deal to avoid putting the dog down if the owners agreed to leash and muzzle the animal in public, pay a $1,000 fine, and purchase Dangerous Dog Liability Insurance, but they rejected that offer, saying it’s fiscally impossible. The owners have already taken steps to cover the $450 worth of vet bills and the cost of a broken gate.

Saba and her attorney said all they want is a hearing in County Court allowing them to present their case, but said the Judge denied that request. Since they rejected the complete offer, the dog is still scheduled to be put down on Tuesday. Donnelly says she’ll be knocking on doors at the County Courthouse first thing in the morning to make sure that doesn’t happen.

Donnelly made it a point to say they are not blaming the neighbors for what’s happening.

Toys for Tots receive delivery vans

The Capital Region Toys for Tots campaign receiving the cargo vans that will help the organization collect and deliver toys across the region. 

Denooyer Chevrolet is providing eight vans to the annual campaign.

The vans have been decked out with Toys for Tots graphics to make them easily recognizable as collection vehicles.

With the use of vans, the Toys for Tots campaign can focus on their main mission.

The toys picked up by the fans will be taken to the Toys for Tots Warehouse in Clifton Park where the toys are sorted by age and gender.

Underground Railroad History Project celebrates African American Vets

The Underground Railroad History Project held a Veteran’s Day remembrance event to honor African American Veterans in history.  

People in Albany got a chance to travel back in time while touring The Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence. Students from Albany High School’s JROTC program were also in attendance hoping to dive deeper into the past.   

Oscar Williams a Professor at Suny Albany was the featured guest speaker for the event.

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Dan + Shay Go for the Chris Stapleton and Justin Timberlake Factor

Dan + Shay’s Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney have four nominations including song and single of the year for “Tequila,” a song they say changed their lives this year, but they also score their performance debut on country’s biggest night. To them, that’s a win in itself.