Hi, I’m Kaylin – the newest member of the Lite team! I’m so excited and honored to be here. After living in Albany for two years doing radio, I'm back home in the 315 and am so happy to be back! I actually started doing weekends here in 2010, and now I'll take you through the end of your work day and your drive home, weekdays from 3 to 7 pm. I'll probably talk about my fur baby a lot. I’m a really big fan of attending concerts, laying outside on nice days in my hammock, blasting music in my car with the windows down, and napping on rainy days. Tag along on my adventures by following me on Instagram and Twitter: @radiokaylin
TWO Woodstock Festivals Are Planned For 2019!
One will is being put on by Live Nation, the other planned by the original festival planner, Michael Lang.
Dunkin Donuts Teams Up With Yoplait For New Yogurt Flavors
Sometimes, all you want for breakfast is a donut and coffee without having to worry about the calories.
New Federal Law Requires All Hospitals To List Prices Online
The Affordable Care Act of 2010 stipulated that medical costs be made public, but the new federal rule goes a step further and requires that this information to be posted online, allowing easy access to patients to know what to expect.
11 Dangerous Toys For The Holidays, According To Safety Group
One child is treated in a U.S. emergency room every three minutes for a toy-related injury, according to the Center for Injury and Research at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Herb Philipson’s NOT Closing, Filing Chapter 11 Bankruptcy To Restructure Company
The decision was made to “preserve the existing stores, 350 employees and continue providing great products at reasonable prices to the Central New York community,” according to their press release.
Stevens Swan Humane Society Offering Half Off Pet Adoptions
Stevens Swan Humane Society posted on Facebook this afternoon that they will be offering half off all adult (aged one year or older) animals until September 11th.
Smithfield Tornado Benefit [PHOTOS]
On Tuesday, July 8, a tornado with speeds of 100-125 miles per hour touched down in Smithfield, New York. Four people were killed in the disaster, the second most for one tornado in history. An outpour of support came from community members across New York State, asking for ways to help.