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Froggy 100.3 welcomes the legendary Charlie Daniels Band to Lake George!

The Charlie Daniels Band with True Grit Outlaws at Charles R. Wood Park in Lake George, Sunday July 15th! Tickets available here and the Leather Outlet, 1658 Route 9, Lake George. Gates: 5:00pm / Show: 6:00pm / All Ages TICKETS: General Admission: $35 Advance / $40 Day of Show VIP – $85 Presale / $90…

Froggy 100.3 is giving you one last chance to see Keith Urban at SPAC!

    Everything Country Froggy 100.3 is giving you ONE LAST CHANCE to win your way to Keith Urban’s Graffiti U Tour with Kelsea Ballerini,  Wednesday night, June 27th at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center! If you want to win,  fill out and submit the form below and correctly identify the Keith Urban songs (seen below)…

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!   Listen to Win tickets all this week before they goon…

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…

Recent Teachers of the Week!

Congratulations to these recent TCT Federal Credit Union Teachers of The Week! MRS. BRENDA LEE SAUNDERS Greenwich High School MR. TERRY BRENNAN Schuylerville Middle School MRS. GUILIANA CIANFARANI Greenwich Elementary School MRS. MICHELLE PITANIELLO Milton Terrace Elementary School in Ballston Spa

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Amazon could fill proposed mystery warehouse in Schodack

We now know a little more about what could fill a proposed building in Schodack.

Town officials announced that an Amazon Fulfillment Center could fill this proposed million square foot building just off of Route 9.

The mystery is finally revealed but there are still mixed feelings.

“A little knowledge is a dangerous thing,” John Schmidt, a Schodack resident, said.

“Knowledge is power.”

Town Supervisor David Harris says a client of this caliber would be good for Schodack.

“I think it’s going to be a good boost for the infrastructure that we’re trying to get into the town.”

People living nearby like Schmidt still aren’t convinced.

“I’m an Amazon member of Amazon Prime. I love the company, I love the service. Unfortunately, I just don’t want to live in their backyard.”

His biggest concern remains the aquifer that runs near the property.

“I think we would be much more in favor of this knowing that the environment is going to be protected.”

He wants a second and independent environmental study. That’s something Assemblyman Jake Ashby (R-Castleton) supports.

“I’m interested to see what comes from that.”

He says if everything is done right it could pave the way for even more development.

“With Amazon hopefully coming, water and sewer will come out there and allow for additional businesses to come out there as well.”

Harris says he wants Schodack to grow but also keep these worries in mind.

“I agree that they have some concerns, and I understand those concerns but the aquifer will be well protected.”

Schmidt still isn’t convinced.

“Once it’s done, there’s no undoing it. Would you want something like this in your backyard?”

Patients at Albany Med receive 10,000th pillowcase donation

Patients at Albany Med’s Children’s Hospital received a special gift on Tuesday.

The Ryan’s Case for Smiles charity donated their 10,000th pillowcase for the hospital.

These pillowcases are meant to reduce stress and comfort young patients during their stay. 

The organization was developed in 2007 and its mission is to bring comfort and support to young patients and their families in hospitals.

New online toolbox to help keep kids safe in disasters

A new set of online tools is designed to help families and communities keep children safe in disasters.

The Resilient Children/Resilient Communities Toolbox is an initiative led by the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University’s Earth Institute and the international nonprofit Save the Children.

Pilot communities in Washington County, Arkansas and Putnam County, New York helped to develop, test and fine-tune the new child-focused disaster planning model.

Organizers say the initiative will help parents, community leaders, emergency management officials, schools and child care centers to prepare for emergencies and later restore a sense of normalcy for children.

Topics include guidelines for keeping children safe in emergency shelters.

There also are sample questions that parents can ask their child care providers.

Former mayor sentenced on child porn charges

A former local mayor was sentenced on Tuesday after pleading guilty to five child porn charges.

Ricky Nelson, 63, was sentenced to five to 15 years in prison for possession of a sexual performance of a child.

Nelson was arrested last August after computer evidence was seized from his home.

He pleaded guilty to the charges in April.

According to court documents, he downloaded at least five different pornographic materials at five different dates and times.

During his sentencing, Nelson made a statement apologizing to his wife and family for his actions. He says he is also seeking help for his addiction. 

“During the moments that I was active in my addiction, I was being selfish, not realizing the victims were being abused. As embarrassed and ashamed as it was when I was arrested, that shame pales in comparison to the pain they must feel during their lives.”

Nelson must register as a sex offender upon his release.

He was elected as mayor of Stillwater in 2015. He resigned shortly after his arrest in 2017. 

Prosecutors don’t believe any criminal acts happened on village property.

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