|The War Memorial Tower in Rockville, CT. Click Here for more information.|
|Churches Say Colaborating Resources and Better Communication Will Sustain the Norwich Community Meal Program|
|Rondo Pilsner-Everybody's Favorite Redneck, Mornings With Kevin|
|Monthly Mystery Member Meanderings in The Last Green Valley. Click Here for more information.|
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|Billy Graham Says Return of Christ is Increasingly Imminent!|
|National Park Service Recognizes The Last Green Valley River Trails Program|
|State of CT Offers Free Fishing Classes Year Round. Click Here for more information.|
|CT Had a Profound Influence on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. Click Here for more information.|
|Find Out How High You Are With Improved Googole Tool. Click Here for more information.|
|"What's Your Gripe" - Tuesdays at 7 PM on Norwich Public Access Channel 14|
|Extended Weather Forecasts at 25 Minutes Till Each Hour|
|Vernon Greenways Volunteers 860 872-6061|
|Recovery Includes Spiritual Encouragement. Click Here for more information.|
|Remember! Only you can keep CT Roads Safe!|
|Firefly Farms is a small family farm that raises and cares for rare and critically endangered pigs, cattle, and chickens.. Click Here for more information.|
|US Dept. of Agriculture withdraws label standards for grass fed and naturally raised livestock. Click Here for more information.|
|To Honor and Inspire Women and Girls. Click Here for more information.|
|Sweet Sounds From the Quiet Corner. Click Here for more information.|
|Blue Slope Museum and Farm . In the Heart of the Hills of Franklin. Click Here for more information.|
|The Connecticut Story Telling Center. Click Here for more information.|
|Walktober Brochures Available at Town Halls, Libraries and Visitor Kiosks. Click Here for more information.|
|Walktober Updates at Quarter Till Every Hour|
|Our Own Web Master George Wrote the Script for This Great Video About Ham Radio. Click Here for more information.|
|Stormy Winter Sets Sights on the Northeast. Click Here for more information.|
In addition to our 24/7 online stream, AM 1700 broadcasts over the air in compliance with Part 15.219 of FCC rules and is not required to have a license or call letters. Our coverage area is roughly from the Norwichtown Green and New London Turnpike to Howard T. Brown Park to the Rose City Senior Center.
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Heritage Information Radio is a privately owned and operated not-for-profit community entity. It’s mission is to use the broadcasting art via internet and low power radio to promote the enjoyment and preservation of The Last Green Valley and surrounding communities.
Since September 1, 2015 Heritage Information Radio has branded itself as, “The Voice of The Last Green Valley”, and gives approximately thirty-five minutes of each broadcast hour to announcements and programming about the National Heritage Corridor and nearby towns. We work closely with The Last Green Valley INC. to promote the rich history and many cultural and educational events taking place in eastern Connecticut and south-central Massachusetts..
To publicize events, ask questions or find out how to help, email us or call, (860) 319-0671.
Airline Trail Chaplin by Marcy Dawley
FCC regulations permit unlicensed, low power transmissions that adhere to strict technical limits and do not interfere with licensed services. “Micro broadcasting”, is an efficient way to let visitors know about your hours of operation, parking, and programs and services. The equipment is not expensive, and broadcasting under Part 15 of the rules has proven very effective for churches, campgrounds, marinas, shopping centers, schools, and more.
Bird watching at Audubon-Pomfret by Marcy Dawley
The Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition educates and inspires residents of and visitors of New London County.
The Last Green Valley is a 35-town National Heritage Corridor in eastern Connecticut and south-central Massachusetts.
Help us support the Norwich Salvation Army. Click Here to donate to the Mobile Red Kettle.
Windham-Tolland 4-H camp in Pomfret by Marcy Dawley