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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It is forcast to be Clear at 7:00 PM EDT on March 28, 2015
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It is forcast to be Clear at 7:00 PM EDT on March 29, 2015
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It is forcast to be Chance of Rain at 7:00 PM EDT on March 30, 2015
Chance of Rain
68°/41°
It is forcast to be Clear at 7:00 PM EDT on March 31, 2015
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71°/48°
It is forcast to be Clear at 7:00 PM EDT on April 01, 2015
Clear
76°/51°
It is forcast to be Partly Cloudy at 7:00 PM EDT on April 02, 2015
Partly Cloudy
77°/59°
 
 

Recent Posts

  • Boz Scaggs Adds Summer Dates to 2015 North American Tour

    Boz Scaggs Adds Summer Dates to 2015 North American Tour

    Boz Scaggs‘ busy 2015 schedule just got a lot busier.  The soulful pop-rock singer, whose new album, A Fool to Care, will be released this Tuesday, has just announced a series of North American summer concerts that will follow the spring U.S. trek he’ll embark on starting next month. The newly added run of dates kicks off on July 3 in Marysville, Washington, and is mapped out through an August 9 show in Ridgefield, Connecticut.  Other major cities the trek will visit include San Diego; Minneapolis; Milwaukee; Atlantic City, New Jersey; and Charlotte, North Carolina.  Scaggs’ spring tour gets under… Read more

  • NASA Launches Year-Long Experiment

    NASA Launches Year-Long Experiment

    (NEW YORK) — An unprecedented NASA experiment began on Friday, with Astronaut Scott Kelly and a pair of Russian cosmonauts blasting off, bound for the International Space Station, where Kelly will spend the next year. Kelly and his twin brother, retired astronaut Mark, will be human guinea pigs. While Scott spends the year in space, Mark will remain on the ground. NASA hopes to compare what happens to the bodies and brains of the two men in such different environments. The launch took place on Friday afternoon, with video inside the rocket showing Kelly giving a thumbs up. Beforehand, Kelly… Read more

  • No Murder Charges Filed in Case of Baby Cut from Womb

    No Murder Charges Filed in Case of Baby Cut from Womb

    (LONGMONT, Colo.) — The woman accused of attacking a pregnant woman and cutting her unborn child from her womb will not face murder charges for the death of the baby, the Boulder County district attorney announced Friday, because the baby never lived outside the womb. District Attorney Stan Garnett said at a Friday press conference that the cause of the baby’s death was as yet unknown, but test results were pending. Still, because an autopsy and investigation failed to provide evidence that the baby “exhibited signs of life outside of the womb,” murder charges could not be brought. “A prosecutor… Read more

  • At Least Five Injured in California School Explosion

    At Least Five Injured in California School Explosion

    (RIVERSIDE, Calif.) — At least five people were injured in an explosion at a California middle school. According to the Riverside County Fire Department, five patients were taken from Ethan Chase Middle School by ambulance after  18 students were exposed to a loud explosive device and suffered minor injuries. The 13 students not taken by ambulance were either picked up from the school by their parents or were being held by the sheriff’s department until their parents arrived. The explosion was reported at 11:05 a.m. local time. It was not immediately clear what caused the explosion or why the device… Read more

  • NYC Building Fire: Restaurant Owner Smelled Gas Before Massive Explosion, Officials Say

    NYC Building Fire: Restaurant Owner Smelled Gas Before Massive Explosion, Officials Say

    (NEW YORK) — With the cause of a fire and explosion that destroyed several buildings in Manhattan’s East Village on Thursday still under investigation, officials Friday revealed details that may have led up to the blast. The explosion reportedly came after the building’s owner and a contractor arrived to investigate the smell of gas, police said. Three buildings collapsed and a fourth building was seriously damaged, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said, and the fire department is still actively fighting the fire. Though the cause appears to be a gas explosion, no final conclusion has been drawn, he… Read more

  • "Mad Men" Donates Its Iconic Style to the Smithsonian

    "Mad Men" Donates Its Iconic Style to the Smithsonian

    (NEW YORK) — Cigarettes and hard liquor may not be what immediately springs to mind at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, but that is exactly what was unveiled Friday in homage to the massively popular television series Mad Men. Now in its final season, the serial drama’s creators at AMC cable network and Lionsgate have gone on a blitz of farewell events including screenings and speeches. And now its antihero, actor Jon Hamm’s drinking and womanizing marketing executive Don Draper, will have his suit and other artifacts on display in the nation’s capital. It will be part of… Read more

  • Update: Jefferson Starship's Paul Kantner Recovering After Suffering a Heart Attack

    Update: Jefferson Starship's Paul Kantner Recovering After Suffering a Heart Attack

    Some new information about Jefferson Starship singer/guitarist Paul Kantner‘s health scare has been revealed on the band’s official Facebook page.  A message posted Thursday reports, “Paul did indeed have a heart attack,” adding that “he had a procedure [Thursday] afternoon and he’ll be recovering in the hospital the next few days before heading back to San Francisco to recuperate.” The group also thanks fans “for all of your incredible support.” News of 74-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s illness was first reported on Wednesday, when it was revealed that Kantner had been hospitalized and was undergoing tests to find… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Community Calendar

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  • Apr 02Teen Homeschooler Book Club at the Lee County Library
  • Apr 02Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Meeting
  • Apr 03Crossroad Community Church - FREE Fried Fish Dinner
  • Apr 03First Friday Family Night Stevens Center Sanford
  • Apr 04Carolina Town and Country - Easter Egg Hunt and Flock Shop