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NYS Legislature Passes Bill Ending Religious Exemption from Immunization

Both houses of the New York State legislature have passed a bill that would end non-medical vaccine exemptions to help stop the spread of the measles. Rockland County Executive Ed Day called the bill “a great step forward” and Rockland’s Commissioner of Health Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert said the bill will make a world of […]


Rocklanders to Gather Saturday for Silent Candlelight Protest of NYS Parole Board’s Vote to Release Pearl River Teen’s Killer

It’s being billed as a “peaceable demonstration.” Rocklanders will gather at the Pearl River Library Saturday night and march silently from the Pearl River Library to the park near the train station to protest the New York State Parole system that’s released one of Paula Bohovesky’s killers and may release another any day now. Former […]

Rockland Honors Pearl River Veteran with First “Veteran Pride Award” Award

A Pearl River veteran yesterday became the first to be honored with the Rockland County Veteran Pride Award, which recognizes distinguished LGBTQ veterans. Damaris Trinidad joined the Navy in 1986. She was Company Commander of her boot camp, attended A-School in Pensacola to become a Cryptologic Technician, and served at Guantanamo Bay. At the award […]

House Committee Passes 9/11 VCF Bill

The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund is set to expire next year. The fund supplies first responders with healthcare, but it’s running out of money and payouts have been slashed, leaving many with large health care bills. Rockland Sheriff Lou Falco told “The Morning Show” yesterday he’s disappointed at Congress’ inaction… Congress got an earful […]

NJ Looks to Implement its Own Version of “Harper’s Law”

New Jersey is taking a cue from New York, trying to pass a bill that would make furniture safer. Harper’s Law recently passed in the New York State legislature and just needs the governor’s signature to become law. It was named for the granddaughter of “Morning Show” friend Sandy Fried. Three-year old Harper was killed […]

Meredyth’s Pet Corner

Hi Tor’s Adoptable Pets – 6/13/19

Teddy is a two-year-old shepherd mix who was surrendered to us about two weeks ago. He is a playful pup who has done well with other friendly dogs in his old home but will chase cats if given the chance. He is looking for a home with older teens (16+) or adults. He is house-trained […]

Hi Tor’s Adoptable Pets – 5/16/19

All the volunteers are shocked that Ellie is still available! Ellie came in as a stray after a nice family found her. She is great with kids of all ages! Ellie is really careful to be gentle with the young ones! The staff says she is one of the most adoptable dogs here right now! […]

GM’s Corner


IN THE FIRST FULL DAY SINCE WE RESUMED OUR BROADCASTS ON AM, SOME OF THE PEOPLE REPORTING TO US SAID: …Solid, booming signal into Albany NY suburb. Audio sounds excellent. Love the music mix. Imaging is referencing “Greater Hudson Valley.” Great job and welcome back! … …I was picking them up on my car stereo […]


Our Antenna Project is entering its final stages! Electrical work and tower adaptation have been completed. Antenna tune-up and interface to the transmitter will be implemented next week, by our Chief engineer, Tom Ray. Then, final testing, followed by getting on the air full-time, as authorized by the FCC recently. All of us at WRCR […]

Morning Drive Show


Rockland County Marine Corps League Auxiliary

Members of the Rockland County Marine Corps League Auxiliary are happy to meet others related to Marines, either by birth or marriage! They have a great group, always active with projects to help Marines, US military in general, and their families. They meet the 4th Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm, upstairs at K&E Post […]


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Snow Closings Updated Regularly

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