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

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David Cassidy Reveals He’s Suffering From Dementia

Singer David Cassidy says he is fighting dementia. The star whose career began with the 1970’s TV show The Partridge Family recently told fans that he was on a farewell tour. Over the weekend, TMZ posted a video […]

WRCH–56 mins ago

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Unusual Facts About U.S. Presidents For Presidents’ Day

How many were you aware of?

WRCH–02/20/2017

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Flashback Friday: 1968 – Mister Rogers & The Basketball Hall of Fame

It was February 1968 that Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood first aired on National Educational Television, the predecessor to PBS. And on February 17th, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame opened in Springfield, Mass. The Winter […]

WRCH–02/17/2017

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Keep Kids Out Of The Laundry Room

Probably not a big problem, right? I mean, there’s nothing fun to do in there. In fact, they might even be put to work if they’re found hanging around the washer and dryer. It’s not […]

WRCH–02/16/2017

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Less Gluten May Mean More Mercury (And Arsenic)

Epidemiologists found elevated levels of mercury and arsenic in 73 people who said they were following a gluten-free diet. All were participants in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which was performed between 2009–2014. […]

WRCH–02/15/2017

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Valentine’s Day Outlawed In Pakistan

In Pakistan, Valentine’s Day is seen by some as amoral and an appropriation of Western culture.

WRCH–02/14/2017

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Flashback Friday: 1996 – Chess Champ Kasparov Loses To A Computer

It was 21 years ago this week in Philadelphia, that Deep Blue, the IBM computer, defeated chess champion Garry Kasparov for the first time. One week later, Kasparov got his revenge, winning the second match […]

WRCH–02/10/2017

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UConn Releases 2017 Football Schedule

With the return of Randy Edsall as head football coach at UConn this season, a lot of Huskies faithful are expecting good things from the team in 2017. In anticipation of a winning season, at […]

WRCH–02/09/2017

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Ireland Takes First Step To Stop Funding Fossil Fuels

Ireland is close to becoming the first country in the world to completely divest from fossil fuels, thanks to a new bill recently passed by the Irish Parliament.

WRCH–02/08/2017

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Why Was February Chosen For Black History Month?

Historian Carter G. Woodson chose this month specifically because it covered the birthdays of Frederick Douglass (February 14) and Abraham Lincoln (February 12).

WRCH–02/07/2017

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