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Here are the latest announcements and opportunities to get involved in WRFI, follow along with us on this journey of serving Ithaca and Watkins Glen with community radio. We love hearing from you! Contact us anytime.
Votes have been cast but the results of the 2020 elections still being challenged. We’re ready, though, to congratulate some real winners: the winners of the Rejoice the Vote art contest: Zoriana, Yi Nan, and Charlie Sue. This contest challenged young artists to create work that inspires people, especially young people, and reminds them that…Read More
Since its inception, WRFI News has overwhelmingly been an effort by scores of dedicated volunteers, and since 2017, the team has been lead by a series of part-time News Directors. In addition to the bedrock of local reporting the team has provided, the department has won awards and sent members on to further their careers…Read More
Join Tompkins County Officials and Cayuga Health System CEO Dr. Martin Stallone for a virtual COVID-19 Town Hall on Wednesday, January 6 at 4:00pm. The meeting will be broadcast on WRFI and streamed live to YouTube. Members of the public can submit questions for the panelists by emailing Dominick Recckio, Tompkins County Communications Director at firstname.lastname@example.org,…Read More
We're really feeling the love! Thanks to your help, we reached our goal and raised over $17,000 during December! Together we're ready to take on the challenges of 2021!
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Daily features and interviews from our community
Jason Molino, Tompkins County’s Administrator, released a letter to the community to mark a year since the COVID-19 pandemic began to affect life in Tompkins County. He sat down with WRFI News Director Jimmy Jordan to talk about that letterRead More
Pamela Tan is both a member on WRFI’s news team, and also volunteers with her son’s youth hockey team. Everything from grocery shopping to the way we see our families has been affected by COVID. Hockey is no exception.Read More
While domestic violence has always been a serious societal issue, the challenges survivors face in seeking help have changed, and in many ways increased, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations such as the Tompkins County Advocacy Center have adapted in how they offer services to survivors and have gained new approaches in how…Read More