I’ve been on the radio in northern Maine for over 30 years—all told—starting in the days when we still spun records on turntables and dinosaurs still roamed the earth. Music is in my blood and I was naturally drawn to radio in college, where I was studying Speech-Communications. Every day I’m up before the dawn to gather the news, sports and weather and find the most concise way to deliver it to folks dashing off to work or school. When I’m not at the radio station, I might be playing guitar and singing with my band, digging in the garden or hanging with my family watching Dr. Who. It always seems a little strange when people tell me, “I’ve listened to you all my life.” But it also means a lot to me to be a part of this community where I was born and “partly raised.” I love living, working and playing right here in my little town.
2021 Recipients of the Order of New Brunswick Announced
The names of the 10 new recipients of the Order of New Brunswick were announced Thursday in Fredericton.
COVID-19 Outbreak in Maine Outpacing Rest of New England
The Maine Center for Disease Control on Thursday reported five COVID-19 deaths and 620 new cases in the state.
Maine Records Six More COVID-19 Deaths, 732 New Cases
Aroostook County continues to see a surge in coronavirus cases, according to the first post-Labor Day report from the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
Maine Marijuana August Sales Top $10 Million For First Time
Legal sales of recreational marijuana in Maine topped $10.2 million last month, the highest monthly total to date.
Canada Opens to International Travel on Tuesday
After nearly 18 months of closed borders, Canada is now allowing visitors from around the world to visit the country, starting today.
Caribou Police Investigate Hit-and-Run on Route 1 [VIDEO]
The Caribou Police Department is asking for information from the public concerning a hit-and-run crash Sunday afternoon on Route 1 south of the city.
Maine COVID-19 Cases Remain High at Start of Labor Day Weekend
The CDC estimates there are over 4,400 active COVID-19 cases across the state as the long Labor Day weekend begins.
Maine CDC Reports Three More COVID-19 Deaths and 665 New Cases
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday reported 665 new coronavirus cases and three COVID-19 deaths in the state. One of those deaths was an Aroostook County resident.
Fort Fairfield Seed Potato Storage Fire Under Investigation
A fire that destroyed a potato house and seed processing facility in Fort Fairfield on Wednesday remains under investigation.
Two Northern Maine Counties Have the Most New COVID-19 Cases
Maine is experiencing the highest surge in new COVID-19 cases in over seven months, with Aroostook and Penobscot Counties showing the highest rates of community transmission.