What week is it? Well, depends on the team.
It’s Week 8 in High School Football, and Matt Drzik will have the full schedule of Valley action as there’s two games left to determine who will be in the WPIAL Playoffs.
Also, at 7:20 on Friday morning, Pitt broadcaster Pat Bostick will join Matt to talk about the #23 Panthers and their big match with Clemson on Saturday.
Stay tuned, there could be more…
Pumpkin rolling, a pig lady, and a personal stash of candy…it must mean fall is in the air in the borough of New Galilee.
The Little Beaver Lions Club is hosting the New Galilee Fall Festival beginning on October 22, and it will be featuring a historical segment on the “Pig Lady” a tale of folklore based out of Cannelton. There will also be live music from East of Enon, and activities for kids throughout the Festival.
Matt Drzik spoke to Melanie Todorich, J.M. Gishbaugher and Kathy Skolnik about the event, including the details of lore behind the “Pig Lady” as well as the long list of weekend activities for anyone to participate in. To listen to the full interview, click on the Facebook feed below.
On Tuesday, Matt Drzik will sit down with Melanie Todorich to discuss the upcoming Fall Festival in New Galilee taking place on October 22 & 23. The interview will take place following the 8:30 news.
Plus Matt and Frank Sparks will give you the latest on news, sports, and weather throughout the morning beginning at 6:30 AM.
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PA MEDI, formerly the Apprise program, is being offered once again by the Beaver County Office On Aging starting on October 15, running through the end of Medicare open enrollment on December 7. New plans and renewals will then begin in earnest on January 1, 2022.
The coordinator for PA MEDI for the BCOA, Joanne McDermitt, joined Matt Drzik to talk about the new season for open enrollment on A.M. Beaver County. She spoke about how to enroll, how anyone from out-of-state can change plans, what plans are covered in Medicare enrollment, and what one may do if they decide to obtain or rescind an Advantage Plan.
For the full interview, click on the player below!
After a year that saw many plans “fall” through, the borough of New Brighton is bringing back Fall Fest for 2021.
Borough Manager Tom Albanese spoke about the upcoming festival taking place on 3rd Avenue in New Brighton on Saturday, October 16. The event will kick off at noon, and Beaver County Radio will be broadcasting live with the Personality Prize Wheel until 2PM. There will be live music throughout the afternoon, plus many local food vendors and events for children. A full schedule of events can be found here.
Albanese also spoke about the rest of the events the borough is hosting in a busy October, including the annual Halloween Parade on October 20, and a Murder Mystery dinner presented by the Merrick Art Gallery on October 15.
To hear the full interview, click on the player below:
Matt Drzik will talk about the recent report about Americans quitting their jobs at a record pace in August, and what that will mean for the upcoming holiday season.
Plus, we’ll recap the Penguins’ opening night and preview the Wednesday night Coaches Corner, and another chance for you to win Beaver Valley Community Concert Association tickets!
The return of FallFest comes to New Brighton on Saturday, and borough manager Tom Albanese will join Matt Drzik on A.M. Beaver County to talk about the event. The interview will be at 8:30 following the news.
Beaver County Radio will be live at FallFest too on Saturday, so stay tuned for details on when to stop by and say hi!
The WPIAL football playoffs are inching ever so closer, and Matt Drzik will have the matchups for Friday night on the Friday morning show.
6:30 to 9:00, it’s A.M. Beaver County with Matt Drzik and Frank Sparks.
On Tuesday, Matt Drzik will be talking to Jodie McGovern, a therapist working with the Women’s Center of Beaver County. October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Jodie will discuss the different types and availability of therapy offered by the Women’s Center.
Back on September 14, it was reported that the PA Turnpike Commission had lost $104 million in revenue over the course of the last year, as 11 million rides through the toll areas generated no net revenue from its users. This drew the ire of the Senate Transportation Committee, who held hearings with the PTC over what the issues were that led to such a loss.
Senator Elder Vogel (R-47th) is one of two Senators representing Beaver County to serve on the STC, and he joined Matt Drzik on A.M. Beaver County to discuss his take on the Turnpike situation. Vogel spoke about the disappointment that he had with the PTC over the system that has been created, and he suggested a possible aid to help in generating revenue by adding a front license plate to vehicles in Pennsylvania.
To hear the full interview with Senator Vogel, click on the player feed below.