How tough am I? I ate a bowl of nails for breakfast…without any milk. Oh wait, this isn’t an application to get into the Salty Spittoon? My bad. Anyways, I’M TAYLOR! I host the WRRV Morning Grind with Nick. You can catch me talking about the latest in alternative, what's up and coming in the Hudson Valley, and everything unhealthy. I grew up in the Hudson Valley, went to school in Western New York, but the Valley couldn’t seem to get rid of me so here I am. But my love of garbage plates (don’t worry, I’ll tell you what they are a million times) and wings wasn’t left in WNY. If this bio hasn’t somehow turned you away, then you’ll definitely like my show. Tune in weekday mornings from 6AM-10AM!
Hudson Valley KOA Campgrounds Allowed to Open for the 2020 Season
As talks of businesses being able to re-open circulate, KOA Campgrounds have been given the green light to open.
NYS, DEC Campgrounds Will Be Closed Memorial Weekend
If you were looking forward to camping at a New York State campground this Memorial weekend, I have so bad news.
Cuomo: New Yorkers Cannot Be Evicted for Not Paying Rent Until August
On Thursday, May 7, 2020, Governor Andrew Cuomo said renters in New York cannot be evicted for not paying rent until August 20.
Where to Get Mexican Takeout for Cinco de Mayo in the Hudson Valley
If you're looking to get your fix of Mexican food and drink for Cinco de Mayo this year, here's a full list of Hudson Valley Mexican restaurants offering takeout.
JetBlue to Require All Passengers to Wear Face Coverings
JetBlue Airlines fly out of Stewart Airport in the Hudson Valley and will now require all passengers to wear face coverings.
Bill Introduced to Help Hudson Valley Farmers Struggling Due to COVID-19
A new bill has been introduced by Representative Sean Patrick Maloney to help farmers in the local region that are struggling from the economic impacts of COVID-19.
J. Crew Reportedly Filing for Bankruptcy
A retailer with multiple locations in the Hudson Valley is preparing to file for bankruptcy.
Please Stay Off the Dutchess County Rail Trail If You Won’t Socially Distance
More people are enjoying the outdoors since most businesses are closed.
Hudson River Bridge Tolls To Increase Next Month
The fare to cross bridges in the Hudson Valley is about to go up.
Poughkeepsie Waterfront Market to Open a Month Early
People are struggling to find food at grocery stores since stocks are wiped, but farmer's markets are a great alternative. Realizing the need, the Mid-Hudson Children's Museum is opening its annual farmer's market early.