Sanford, NC’s Only Commercial FM Radio Station

WFJA Classic Hits and Oldies 105.5 FM: It's radio with a high-energy presentation featuring the best music ever made—the greatest hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s. The combination of personality, production effects, listener interaction and proven hit songs attract the lucrative "Baby Boomer" demographic. Audience loyalty is built on high profile on-air talent delivering timely emotional content that affects listeners’ lives now and tomorrow.

 
 

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Recent Posts

  • Exclusive: Police Officer Darren Wilson Explains How He Feared for His Life

    Exclusive: Police Officer Darren Wilson Explains How He Feared for His Life

    (FERGUSON, Mo.) — Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson has spoken out to ABC News for the first time publicly since fatally shooting a black teenager, Michael Brown, and he said that he would not do anything differently. Speaking exclusively to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, Wilson said that Brown reached into his police car and grabbed for his gun, causing Wilson to fear for his life. “All I wanted to do was live,” said Wilson, whom the grand jury declined to indict in connection with the fatal shooting in August. He told ABC News about the struggle he faced with Brown… Read more

  • Ferguson Protesters Gather at Police Station Amid New National Guard Reinforcements

    Ferguson Protesters Gather at Police Station Amid New National Guard Reinforcements

    (FERGUSON, Mo.) — A crowd of several hundred people gathered outside the Ferguson, Mo., police station Tuesday night, and after a calm start, a police car was set on fire, after Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon deployed more than 2,000 National Guardsmen to the streets. The city, the site of looting and burning after a grand jury cleared a white officer of shooting an unarmed teen Monday, had been mostly calm Tuesday night. The St. Louis County police department confirmed the use of tear gas to disperse the crowd because of vandalism. Several arrests were made, including two people from Oklahoma… Read more

  • UVA Promises New 'Zero Tolerance' Policy on Sexual Assaults

    UVA Promises New 'Zero Tolerance' Policy on Sexual Assaults

    (CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.) — The University of Virginia said Tuesday that it has adopted a zero-tolerance policy in dealing with sexual assaults on campus, after an explosive report about rapes that took place on campus prompted a meeting of the school’s governing board. But school officials did not reveal details of the zero-tolerance policy, noting in a statement that the new rules will be “refined in the near term.” Tuesday’s meeting of the Board of Visitors came after Rolling Stone published a story about a student identified as Jackie who was allegedly gang-raped during a frat party when she was a… Read more

  • Homeless Man's Posting Nets Thanksgiving Dinner with Family

    Homeless Man's Posting Nets Thanksgiving Dinner with Family

    (NORFOLK, Va.) — Neal Shytles spends the holidays alone. The 54-year-old is homeless and has been living in a shelter in Norfolk, Virginia, for two years. With no family nearby and Thanksgiving approaching, Shytles has longed for something that money can’t buy. “One night, I was talking with two of my friends at the shelter about how lonely it is during the holidays,” he said. “It hurts every day of the year but on Thanksgiving and Christmas it’s 10 times worse being by yourself.” Shytles went back to his room and created a personal ad titled “Wanted: A family to… Read more

  • New Supergroup Revolution Saints Features Members of Journey, Night Ranger, Whitesnake

    New Supergroup Revolution Saints Features Members of Journey, Night Ranger, Whitesnake

    Members of three big rock bands of the ’80s, Journey drummer Deen Castronovo, Night Ranger singer/bassist Jack Blades and ex-Whitesnake guitarist Doug Aldrich, have joined forces in a new supergroup called Revolution Saints.  Castronovo pulls double duty in the band, serving as lead singer as well as keeping the beat. Revolution Saints will release its self-titled debut album on February 24.  The band was the brainchild of Serafino Perugino, president of Frontiers Records, who wanted to put together a project that would showcase Deen’s vocal talents. The 12-track album features songs that combine the soaring melodies and virtuoso musicianship for… Read more

  • Paul Simon, James Taylor Performing at NYC Benefit Show Honoring Late Saxophonist Michael Brecker

    Paul Simon, James Taylor Performing at NYC Benefit Show Honoring Late Saxophonist Michael Brecker

    Two of America’s all-time great singer/songwriters, Paul Simon and James Taylor, will perform at a benefit event that will pay tribute to their late friend and Grammy-winning sax player Michael Brecker.  “The Nearness of You” benefit concert will be held on January 20, 2015, at Lincoln Center in New York City. The show, which also feature Bobby McFerrin and other well-known musicians, will raise money for cancer research at Columbia University Medical Center, and the work of two respected doctors, Azra Raza and Siddhartha Mukherjee, who are focused on finding a cure for Myelodisplastic Syndromes (MDS).  Brecker died at the… Read more

  • Steven Tyler to Perform at 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Concert

    Steven Tyler to Perform at 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Concert

    Aerosmith‘s Steven Tyler is one of the music artists chosen to perform at this year’s Nobel Peace Prize Concert, which will be held on December 11 at the Oslo Spektrum in Oslo, Norway.  The concert takes place the day after the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, which will honor two human-rights activists, India’s Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistan’s Malala Yousafzai, for “their struggle against the oppression of children and young people, and for the right of all children to education.” Tyler says in a statement, “I am excited to bring rock ‘n’ roll to this incredible night, honoring some of the… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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  • Nov 27Thanksgiving
  • Dec 01Sanford Christmas Parade
  • Dec 02Carthage Christmas Parade
  • Dec 04Siler City Christmas Parade
  • Dec 06Goldston Christmas Parade