I’ve been in broadcasting my entire adult life, spending 30 years in radio here in Presque isle as well as Portland before moving over to TV in 2004. I spent 11 years at WAGM-TV as a news anchor, reporter and producer. I’ve recently come back to my first love, radio, as well as digital media with Townsquare Media. I live in Presque Isle and I have an adult son. I’m looking forward to interacting with people in Northern Maine and Western new Brunswick again.
Elks’ Hoops Shoot to be Held Saturday
The Presque Isle Elks will host its annual Lodge Championship Hoop Shoot foul shooting contest for area youth ages 8 through 13 years this Saturday, January 13.
Gas Prices on the Rise Again
Mainers, like the rest of New England, saw the price at the pump go up in the last week
Cary and Pines Welcome Their First baby of 2018
New Baby of 2018 Welcomed at Cary Medical Center and Pines Health Services.
New Mom Welcomes First Baby Born at TAMC in 2018
A County native who, until October, had been living in Florida for the past few years, has given birth to the first baby born at TAMC in 2018.
Quebec Winter Carnival Caravan Celebrating 61 Years
The Quebec Winter Carnival Caravan is celebrating the 61st anniversary of the original caravan and will be enjoying the activities of the winter carnival in beautiful Quebec City.
Try Volunteering as a New Year’s Resolution for Better Health
Studies have shown that volunteering regularly reduces stress and blood pressure.
Free Tax Program Partnership
The United Way of Aroostook is partnering with The County Federal Credit Union to sponsor the 2018 Aroostook CA$H Coalition and the Free Tax Return Preparation Program.
While Temps Plummet, Gas Prices Rise
Gas prices around New England are on the rise.
Maine City in Top Ten for Best Places for Jobs
According to the personal-finance website WalletHub's report on 2018’s Best Places to Find a Job, Portland, Maine rated very high in the survey.
Free Producer Business Training in Fort Fairfield
The Northern Maine Development Commission and the United States Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency will hold another business training workshop.