Author: Ted Tait

WWER wishes you and your families a very Happy Thanksgiving.  While you’re preparing that big meal, tune in to 88.1FM for our great music and a few Thanksgiving special treats! 9:10AM – A little fun to start your day – The WKRP turkey drop 1:10PM – Alice’s Restaurant 4:10PM – WKRP turkey drop 8:00PM – […]

Dear Listeners and supporters, WWER has been on the search for a new home for a long time now. It’s been a difficult process to find a suitable location that we can afford. We have found what we feel is a good fit with our supporters at Hawthorn Mercantile. They have been very supportive and […]

This month on Town Matters, Ted Tait speaks with Tiffany Bounds, the coordinator for the Westmoreland County Mobile Integrated Healthcare program.  After less than one year of operation MIH program has made a difference in the lives of our residents. Find out more about the wide-ranging services they provide in this episode. Tune in Thursday […]

A few program updates for our listeners.  Calder’s Collection airs tonight (Sunday) at 9PM and Tuesday (Halloween) at 11PM with a Halloween special.  Tune in Halloween night at 8PM for a special interview with Michelle Darnell, the business owner of Belle Grove Plantation, a bed and breakfast that abounds with stories of being haunted. Thanks […]

Tune in for a special edition of Town Matters this week. Thursday at 8PM Saturday at 9AM The Potomac Riverkeeper Network have a mission to make the river and its tributaries clean and swimmable.  We speak with Dean Naujoks about his job as a Riverkeeper.  We also discuss the July sewage spill in the Colonial Beach […]

Greetings listeners! Just a short note to alert you to two fresh shows we have for you this week: Your Care Partners – Part 2 of the interview with Don & Christy Talbott.  Don was diagnosed with Alzheimers at a very young age.  He and Christy have been helping to educate others on dealing with it. […]

88.1FM is back on air! Thanks for your patience.    

We are aware of a problem with our FM transmitter site. We are working on the issue. Meanwhile, you can still listen online Thanks for your patience!

We are well past Labor Day, and while there aren’t as many people at the beach, there is still plenty to do in Colonial Beach!  At we’ve recently begun publishing some events on our website upcoming events page.  You’ll see the next event (or three) on the front page, and more on the upcoming […]

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