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  • Emergency Radio Broadcast System On Avon Mountain Is Approved

    AVON — Plans to improve the reliability of a system that makes emergency radio broadcasts to the state in storms or other events that can cripple utilities and other basic services have been approved by town officials. That plan was proposed by the...
  • ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley will air both Patriot League championship games

    ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley will air both Patriot League championship games
    March Madness is already in full swing and ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley (AM-1230, 1320) will have plenty of it starting with tonight's Patriot League men's championship game. Here's the schedule courtesy of Tom Fallon and he reminds that the "Happy...
  • Popular Ohio morning radio voice to retire after 5 decades

    A popular longtime voice of southwest Ohio morning radio told listeners Tuesday he will retire next month after more than five decades on the air. Jim Scott of Cincinnati's WLW-AM announced his plans on his morning show. Scott said he will continue his...
  • FEMA Plans Upgrade To Emergency Broadcast System In Avon

    AVON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency and a local radio station want to improve a statewide emergency broadcast system based on Avon Mountain. The proposed improvements would be made to WTIC's emergency broadcast system, part of its...
  • Staunton businessman brings slice of music as radio host

    For John Huggins, there are two passions — music and food. And he has perfected a recipe, in which business and leisure are in just the right measure. Huggins is the host and radio DJ for the Shenandoah Valley Local Music Hour that airs at 11 a.m....
  • Sports radio personality Rob Long named Mount Carmel girls basketball coach

    Sports radio personality Rob Long named Mount Carmel girls basketball coach
    Baltimore sports radio personality and coach Rob Long has a new part-time job: coach of the Mount Carmel girls basketball team. Long, co-host of the Vinny and Rob Show on The Fan (105.7 FM), had been the women's basketball coach at CCBC-Dundalk since...
  • Kass offers February Moutza of the Month

    Kass offers February Moutza of the Month
    Some days the awarding of the Moutza of the Month is just too dang easy. For example, I'm sitting here in my office chair, drinking a cappuccino, glancing up at my precious Rahmfather portrait, one eye on social media, the other on my work, and there it...
  • Theft at College of DuPage's WDCB went longer, cost more, controller says

     Theft at College of DuPage's WDCB went longer, cost more, controller says
    An alleged theft at the College of DuPage radio station went on for more than twice as long — and was twice as costly — as prosecutors charged this week, a high-ranking administrator at the college has alleged. Lynn Sapyta, the community...
  • WSCR's Jason Goff on his new show and the state of local sports radio

     WSCR's Jason Goff on his new show and the state of local sports radio
    More than a decade ago, Jason Goff was known to WSCR-AM 670 only as a passionate caller named "Jason from Evanston." Starting Monday, the Evanston Township High School graduate will co-host the station's midday show with Matt Spiegel. Goff, 34,...
  • Ex-College of DuPage radio engineer charged with felony theft

    Ex-College of DuPage radio engineer charged with felony theft
    A former College of DuPage employee has been charged with stealing from the campus radio station in a scheme similar to one he pulled off four years ago at another local college. Retired radio engineer John Valenta was arrested Thursday after being...
  • College of DuPage was flagged about radio station 10 years before inquiry

    College of DuPage was flagged about radio station 10 years before inquiry
    A College of DuPage auditor raised a red flag about business dealings at the campus radio station in 2003, but the school continued those dealings until they became the focus of a criminal investigation some 10 years later, according to records obtained...