Mark Roberts

Mark Roberts

On air weekdays 3pm – 7pm

It all started out making “mix tapes” for kids in my hometown of Freeburg. I was the guy who mastered the art of smooth transitions between songs on those blank cassette tapes and business was good! I eventually grew into the friend who would carry the giant stereo system, CD’s, tapes and records into the party, just so we had tunes. I’m a chicken wings and a cold beer kind of guy. Pittsburgh Steelers football isn’t just a sport to me, its like an obsession and I love music. Michael Jackson, AC/DC, Tom Petty, Prince to the Temps and Beach Boys.
When I got a few hours of downtime, you’ll find me with my family, my wife Melissa, my little girl Alyson and of course our crazy dogs Mazie and Brittany.
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Latest Posts

LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 17, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 17, 2019

A Perry County woman is the latest victim of several social media scams.  According to State Police, Suzanne Reed of Newport received a text message advising her Apple devices were infected with a virus.  She was informed the problem needed to be fixed and to call a service representative.  The fake rep said she could […]
LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 16, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 16, 2019

Authorities are investigating a case of ID theft in Juniata County.   On January 14th, Chrystina Kocher of Port Royal told police, her Social Security number was used to obtain an $800 loan by an unknown individual through CashNetUSA.com.  One payment totaling more than $268 was made using the victim’s personal information.   A stolen vehicle […]
LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 15, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 15, 2019

Two Port Royal residents have been charged after reports of injuries to a child.  State Police responded to a residence on Route 333 in Walker Township, Juniata County on January 10th, and discovered bruises on a five-year-old male.  Police charged 23-year-old Dustin Silks with simple assault and harassment.  He was placed in the Mifflin County […]
LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 14, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 14, 2019

The Pennsylvania Game Commission is recruiting the 32nd class of State Game Warden Cadets at its Ross Leffler School of Conservation in Harrisburg.  The State Civil Service Commission will begin accepting applications on or about January 28th, under the official application title of “wildlife conservation officer” through www.employment.pa.gov.  The application period will remain open until […]
LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 11, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | JANUARY 11, 2019

It’s been almost two years since a Penn State student died following a night of hazing at a fraternity house but defendants are still fighting charges. What once were 28 people facing charges, now is five. 14 members of the fraternity have pleaded guilty to minor charges. In February 2017, 19 year old Timothy Piazza […]