Hey, it’s Ginny Rogers, and I am so excited to be back on the air following a long history in Boston country radio. I have a passion for country music, cooking, travel, and NASCAR. There’s no better place to live than New England. My hometown beach on the North Shore of Massachusetts is one of my favorite places on earth. Yeah, I’m a beach bum and love to spread joy!
1-Year-Old’s Birthday Party on New Hampshire Seacoast Sparks Haters
Uncover the reasons why a one-year-old's birthday celebration is cherished by parents and loved ones.
Need New Tires for New England Winter? Here’s What the Dots Mean on Your Tires
Discover the secret meanings behind the red and yellow dots found on new tires, especially in New England winters.
Appalachian Trail From Maine to Georgia Getting Shorter in 2024
The Appalachian Trail to get shorter in 2024, now 2197.4 miles long. Plan ahead.
John Travolta Spends the Holidays Skiing With His Kids in New England
John Travolta takes a break from Hollywood to enjoy a ski trip with his kids in Vermont.
The Butter Board is the Hottest Trend for Entertaining in New England
For this New England holiday season, try the new trend in entertaining with a butter board filled with sumptuous flavors to keep your guests coming back for more.
One of the Wealthiest Families in the World Resides in New England
New England is home to many wealthy folks, but this billionaire family is among the richest in America and the world.
Ever Hit an Animal? Maine One of the Top States Where It’s Most Likely
Maine is a high risk state for hitting an animal in the road. Here's why.
Warning: Don’t Do This if You Are in a Car Accident in New England
A traffic accident is emotional, but don't do this if you are involved in a crash.
Register for the Best Apple Pie Contest in Northern New England Here
Enter your apple pie in the Dover Apple Harvest Day Pie contest. You'll win cool prizes and bragging rights.
Surprised to See a Maine Fish With a Yellow Tag? Here’s What That Means
Here's what to do if you find a yellow-tagged fish in Maine.