CJ McIntyre has been a staple in Hudson Valley radio for 30+ years starting his radio journey in 1993 doing the night show on B-94. He’s made radio stops in Long Island, NY and in Philadelphia, PA but has spent most of his career on stations in the Hudson Valley. After hosting one of the top-rated morning shows in "pop" radio, CJ now hosts the top-rated country radio show Wakin' Up with CJ and Jess and has been doing so for the last 10+ years. Putting on a fun, energetic REAL radio show has always been CJ's passion and you can hear anytime you listen to his show. The last few years have given him a chance to become one of the many Townsquare Media’s go to sources for what’s going in the Hudson Valley. He’s a divorced dad of 4 who oddly enough loves going to weddings. He loves sports including the New York Mets in Baseball and the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL. CJ currently lives in Poughkeepsie with his dog Smalls and can often be found on the sidelines at either of his two youngest kids’ soccer, basketball or football games.
T.J. Maxx & Marshalls Closing New York Stores
Two huge names in retail have announced they are closing two New York stores.
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Veterans Day Convoy Covering Dutchess County
The convoy will run through Dutchess County on Veterans Day, Wednesday November 11th.
Police Request Public Help in Search of Missing Dutchess County Man
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Greater Danbury, Let’s All Put Up Our Christmas Lights
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Backseat Passengers in NY Could Get Fined for Not Doing This
Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants everyone in a car to be buckled up anytime the car is moving.
New York Inmates to Get Free Tablets
The New York Department of Corrections and Community Supervision has just announced that the free tablet program will start this summer.
25,000 Bugs Could Be Living in Your Christmas Tree
If you are having a hard time making the decision this year on whether or not to buy a real Christmas tree or go with a fake one, this may help you in making that decision a little easier.