Chuck Taylor

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My radio career began right here in Connecticut when  I started Reporting on the stock car races at the now defunct Danbury Fair Race-arena, at the age of 14.  After High School, I attempted to enter into the stressful world of air-traffic control.  I quickly learned that was not for me and I returned to my first love, Radio.  After graduation from  Ct School of Broadcasting, I got my first full time radio job in Poughkeepsie New York in 1990.  I have spent the last 22 years at various stations in Connecticut, my last being Mornings at WHCN.  I consider myself lucky to have pursued my dream of being on the radio, without having moved more than a few hours from where I grew up in the Mid-Hudson valley and Western Connecticut where both my parents are from.

Chuck will be on the air week days from 3 till 7pm on Lite 100.5 WRCH.   Feel free to send Chuck Taylor a note at chuck.taylor@cbsradio.com

Nicki Minaj Passes Aretha Franklin For Most Hits By A Female Artist

Nicki Minaj made history this week on the Billboard Hot 100 chart when she passed Aretha Franklin for the most total appearances among women in the chart’s 58-year history.

WRCH–15 hours ago

Worst States For Drunk Driving

If you’re wondering where you’re most likely to encounter a drunk driver, you can rest pretty easy here in the northeast (with Maine being the exception).

WRCH–03/22/2017

Monopoly Has Announced Its 3 New Game Tokens

The boot, the wheelbarrow, and the thimble are out! And Hasbro is replacing them with a Tyrannosaurus Rex, a rubber ducky, and a penguin.

WRCH–03/21/2017

Giant Chicken Shocks The Internet (VIDEO)

Some have claimed that this isn’t a real chicken. But it is! It’s a Brahma Chicken which grow to be quite large as you can clearly see in the video below. The chicken is so […]

WRCH–03/20/2017

Flashback Friday: 1985 – Beirut Hostage Crisis Begins

It was on March 16, 1985 that Associated Press reporter Terry Anderson was taken hostage with several others (pictured) by Shiite Hezbollah militants in Beirut. They were held hostage until 1991! Expo ’85, the World’s […]

WRCH–03/17/2017

Basketball Tournament Costs Companies Billions

The annual college basketball tournament that takes place every March, gets underway today. And a lot of people will be watching instead of working. That, in turn, costs U.S. companies lots of money in lost […]

WRCH–03/16/2017

There’s A New Thirst Quenching Queen

For the first time ever! Last year Americans drank more bottled water than Soda. I will fill you in. Click here.

WRCH–03/15/2017

Skip The Bread, Milk & Eggs! Here’s What You Really Need Before It Snows

Go to the grocery store just before a big snow storm, and it looks like everyone is preparing to make french toast when the snow hits. Bread, milk, eggs, and toilet paper all seem to […]

WRCH–03/13/2017

Flashback Friday: 1969 – James Earl Ray Pleads Guilty

Find out what else took place this day in history, and see the top 5 songs on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart for March 8, 1969

WRCH–03/10/2017

White House Tours To Resume Next Week

Beginning on Tuesday (March 14th) self-guided tours will be available from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Federal holidays are excluded.

WRCH–03/09/2017

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