Matty grew up in northern New Jersey (we won't hold that against him) and graduated from Rutgers University. His radio journey has taken him from NJ to Manchester, NH to Portland, ME and now Albany! Matty's been married to his better half Stacy for six years and they have a 7-year-old daughter and a 4-year-old-son. His passions? Music, music and music. Matty has been playing guitar since he was 10 and loves everything country music has to offer: great songs, great musicians and great times.
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Just when you thought the great outdoors would help you get away from the coronavirus, this story comes along.
Gov. Cuomo Announces Summer Day Camps Can Open Later This Month
If you are ready for break after homeschooling your kids the last few months, this is wonderful news.
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Campgrounds and RV parks were given to the go ahead to reopen, but state run campgrounds will take a couple weeks to get there.
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Great Escape To Implement Reservation System Upon Reopening
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New York Extends Rent Relief Through Aug. 20
More relief is on the way for renters during the coronavirus pandemic.
Governor Cuomo Extends NY Pause To May 15
Schools and business will now remain closed for another month as we work through the coronavirus pandemic.
Cuomo, Other Regional Governors Formulating Plans To Reopen
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Gov. Cuomo Says COVID-19 ‘Stabilized’ Upstate
It was a little bit of good news during the Governor's daily press conference today.
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