So a quick bit about me, I’ve been on the air for over 30 years and not only do I love the classic rock that we play, but I’m also the Public Service Director for Portland and Portsmouth. I love working with our nonprofits who continue to provide important programs to our listeners as we battle COVID. I also love Def Leppard, Hallmark movies, dinner parties, and a good night’s sleep. I have two 14-year-old Samoyeds; one is completely deaf and the other is missing an eye and I’m crazy in love with them. I also snore like a bear, according to my daughter. I like to travel, read and enjoy long walks on the beach, so lucky for me I live in Maine.
Get Your Pre-Sale Code For Impractical Jokers Right Here
Wack-a-doo comedy sensations, Impractical Jokers starring The Tenderloins, are bringing their stage show to the Cross Insurance Arena on December 5th.
Portland Firefighters Foundation Raising Money for Farmington Fire Victims
The Portland Firefighters Children's Burn Foundation is taking donations to help with expenses for the victims and their families.
Maine Bans Vaping from Schools
Maine students are back at school where vaping has now been banned.
‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ Campaign Is on Across Maine
"Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" is a push to save lives, by taking drunk and drugged drivers off Maine's roads.
The Maine State Police Cruiser Is Voted Homeliest in the Nation
When it comes to state police vehicles Maine might think we're a strong seven, but the rest of the country has us at a two.
You Now Have to Pay Up for Parking at Fort Williams in Maine
Visitors who are not from Cape Elizabeth will pay to park from May 1 through November 1.
Maine Senator Wants to End U.S. Government Flags ‘Made in China’
Maine Sen. Susan Collins has stepped up with a bill requiring that Government American flags be made in the U.S., with only American-made fabrics and materials.
Dang, Maine Got Even Older This Year
Last year the median age in Maine was 42.7, this year we are at 44.9. We are aging the fastest of all the states. Salty older Mainers aren't going anywhere, our baby boomers are retiring and staying.
The Maine State Bird Is Really the Mosquito, so Here’s How to Deal
According to MSN, Mainers definitely can take some steps to avoid mosquito bites this summer.
Hacks to Keep Your Cell Phone Safe At Maine Beaches
There are some easy things you can do to prevent your cell phone from being destroyed by heat, sand or water at the beach this summer.
Do You Work at One of Maine’s Top Companies?
Forbes magazine has announced this year's ranking of best employers in each state. Do you work for one of them?
Maine State Parks Need Lifeguards and Are Upping Pay to Fill Positions
According to News Center Maine, this year Maine State Parks are upping their game, and the pay, in an attempt to draw in lifeguards for our beaches.
Driver Charged in Deaths of 7 Bikers in NH, and New Information Has Come Out
The driver of the pickup truck hauling a trailer that crashed into ten motorcycles has been charged with seven counts of negligent homicide.
Should The Salary Of Maine’s Governor More Than Double in 2023?
According to News Center Maine, a raise for the governor of Maine could be on the horizon.
Nominate a Local First Responder or Veteran to Be a Hometown Hero
We are honoring these men and women who put themselves in harms way for us every day. Nominate a Hometown Hero
Baxter Woods Park In Portland May Soon Require Dogs To Be On Leash
According to Bangor Daily News, Baxter Woods Park is one of the few off-leash parks in Portland, but that "run" may soon come to an end.