Wow, how did I get here? I guess the short of it is, I showed up one day and they didn't let me leave--and I'm okay with that! I have wanted to be in broadcasting since I did the morning announcements over the PA in elementary school. In high school, I job shadowed here, and nearly a decade later, I started working part-time. I eventually worked my way to full-time! I guess you could say I feel #blessed. You can usually find me at one of our live broadcasts, out dancing, snuggling my cat, going to a concert, or posting ridiculous things on social media. Let's connect! Find me @Brittany_207!
These Maine Made Charcuterie Boards Are Almost Too Stunning to Eat
Emphasis on "almost". You'll be a host legend with one of these at your next event!
Maine’s Largest Book Store is Inside a Chicken Barn and a Must Visit
Books and treasures abound in this chicken barn!
Is Taking a Vaccine Selfie Necessary? Maine CDC Director Hilariously Weighs In
We've seen them clogging our news feeds for months, the vaccination selfie. Is it a requirement?
Apparently Mainers Still Can’t Stop Texting and Driving
Even though the law to be hands-free has been on the books for a year and a half, police are still seeing people on the road and on their phones.
Maine’s King of Comedy Bob Marley Shares Easter Thoughts
Not gonna lie, he was pretty spot on!
State of Maine May Define Intentional Balloon Releasing as Littering
Did you know that balloons are the #1 killer of seabirds?
See Inside The GOAT Life Tom Brady’s Former Boston Condo For Sale
See what Tom Brady once called home and if you've got millions to spare, it could be yours!
While Mainer Reports Suspected Stolen Bike His Car Gets Stolen
Poor Logan Fontaine was just trying to do the right thing when his car was stolen in a matter of moments.
Maine May Consider Banning Single-Use Plastic Water Bottles
A public hearing is scheduled for 10 am this morning.
ME State of Civil Emergency Extended Another 30 Days Surpassing 1 Year
The 13th Maine State of Civil Emergency has been issued through mid-April. Plus, 2 new COVID-19 related deaths in the state.