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The 2020 Country Mega-Ticket is coming to SPAC!

Everything Country Froggy 100.3’s giving you opportunities to win the Country Mega Ticket at Saratoga Performing Arts Center this summer! The 2020 Country Mega Ticket will include Chris Young and Lady Antebellum! The Country Mega Ticket will go on-sale next Friday morning at 10, which means YOU will get a chance to win them before…

Listen for the Zac Attack and win!

Secure your Zac Brown Band tickets before anyone else by clicking here! The password you need is: LION (case sensitive)    Everything Country Froggy 100.3 welcomes the Zac Brown Band’s “Roar With The Lions Tour” to Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saturday June 13th and we’re giving you a chance to win them before you buy…

Win your way to every concert in 2020…

    Everything Country Froggy 100.3 knows that one of your New Year’s Resolutions is to get out and see as many concerts as you can!   Everything Country Froggy 100.3’s giving you and your friends a night out at Saratoga Casino Hotel’s Vapor, Thursday January 30th to see rising country star, Dillon Carmichael!  …

Another opportunity to win from GF Heating Oil and Propane!

  Everything Country Froggy 100.3 and GF Heating Oil and Propane , 475 Corinth Road in Queensbury want to help you beat the heating bills at your home! We’re giving away $500 in Free Heating Oil to one lucky homeowner on Monday February 3rd! All you need to do is listen for your chance to…

Lady Antebellum Returns to SPAC!!!

  LADY ANTEBELLUM SETS SAIL FOR OCEAN 2020 TOUR LAUNCHING THIS MAY North American Trek to Feature Dynamic Lineup including Direct Support from Jake Owen along with Openers Maddie & Tae as First Round of Select Dates On Sale Jan. 24 Watch Now as OCEAN 2020 TOUR Acts Karaoke Battle NASHVILLE, TN – Jan. 03, 2020 –  Seven-time Grammy winning trio Lady Antebellum…

Stay at The Pine Ridge Dude Ranch!!!

   Everything Country Froggy 100.3 realizes that your “you” time may be limited. There’s work…Commitments…ballgames! The list goes on and on! Treat you and your sweetheart to an overnight stay for two at the beautiful Pine Ridge Dude Ranch now by filling out and submitting the form below! Create new memories and with breathtaking views,…

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News10 takes a driving lesson in the snow

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Authorities often stress that you shouldn’t be on the roads in snowy conditions unless it’s absolutely necessary. News10 rode along with a driving instructor to learn how to avoid danger if travelling is a must during a snowstorm.

Driving instructor Steve Darling kept the car very warm for the whole ride through Schenectady. Even though it may have been a little too toasty for some people, he had good reason for cranking the heat to its highest setting.

“You definitely just want to make sure you can see,” Darling told News10, “you want to keep the heat on high so that the snow doesn’t freeze on the windshield.” 

Many people have the fear of sliding or spinning out. Darling said keeping calm is key.

“You don’t need to slam on the brakes. You want to get your car under control, first. Most cars have antilock brakes these days,” Darling explained, “but again, the most important thing on any car are the tires and the person in the driver seat.”

Darling couldn’t recommend snow tires enough, especially if your vehicle doesn’t have four wheel drive.

Travelling on the highway during intense weather can be daunting, too. Leave enough space not only to your front and rear, but also your sides.

“It’s really important just to be patient. I don’t like anyone to the side of me, so I’m purposefully letting them go by,” Darling said, “because if they spin out, or if I spin out, I don’t want to end up with a ping-pong ball situation.”

If you find yourself unable to see the lines on the highway, Darling says staying close to the middle is your best bet.

Greene County fire leaves one man dead

CAIRO, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The Greene County Sheriff’s Office confirms one person has died in a house fire that occurred Saturday morning.

Sheriff Kasminsky said the fire, at 853 Old Route 23, was fully involved when volunteers arrived on scene.

Eight fire companies reportedly responded to the scene to battle the flames in rural Cairo.

Sheriff Kasminsky said firemen found the body of a man, who has not been identified, when going through the home after the fire was extinguished.

The Sheriff said an investigation is currently underway by both local and state authorities as to what caused the fire.

Snow Emergencies declared

(NEWS10) — Here is a list of reported snow emergencies that have been declared by local municipalities.

  • The Town of Brunswick has declared a snow emergency starting at 6 p.m. today, Saturday, January 18, 2020 until Sunday, January 19, 2019 at noon. Residents are asked to park in their driveways. There will be no parking in the streets.Any vehicle in violation of the parking restrictions can be ticketed and/ or towed at the owner’s expense. 

Police arrest three people who reportedly stole an ATV and sold it online

MOREAU, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Three men have been arrested by police in connection to a reported stolen ATV.

State Police arrested Taylor Brown, 21, of Glens Falls, Stanley Holcomb Jr., 32, of Fort Ann, and Phillip Scoville III, 31, of Hudson Falls and charged them with one count of Grand Larceny 4th degree, an E class felony.

Police say in August of 2019 a Town of Moreau resident reported their ATV had been stolen from their yard, later discovering it was listed for sale on Facebook Marketplace.

Over the past several months, Troopers tracked down the stolen ATV, which had reportedly been sold and traded multiple times since the initial theft.

Police say they were able to obtain additional information leading to the arrest of the three men throughout their investigation. The investigation ended when Phillip Scoville was found and arrested on a warrant on January 16 and taken into custody.

He was arraigned in Moreau Town Court and released on his own recognizance. Police say he is due back in court later this month.

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Lady Antebellum Are Officially the Angels Among Us

At the beginning of every year, for the past three decades, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital gathers country music’s insiders and artists to celebrate the Country Cares fundraising campaign. So the iconic Peabody in Memphis hosts hundreds at meetings, sessions, cocktails, dinners and tours of the highly revered hospital. And this year, Lady Antebellum was……