Matt James has been working in Maine radio his entire life. Believe it or not, Matt actually recorded his first radio commercial when he was just four years old. Following in his father’s footsteps, Matt lives and breathes local radio. Not only does he have his finger on the pulse of all things Maine, but he is constantly involved in community non-profit events. Matt is a three-time President’s Award winner at Townsquare Media. Additionally, he recently won the Cynergy Professional Award from the Chamber of Commerce. Want to know more? Just ask!
Maine River Was Once so Polluted That its Fumes Peeled Paint Off Nearby Homes
It's hard to believe that out of all the beautifully clean water we enjoy here in the Pine Tree State that at one time, one of our rivers was on the national top 10 list for filthiest in the country.
Two Longtime Maine Spots Make List of ‘America’s Best Classic Diners’
They took data from user reviews as well as awards and accolades on classic diners from each state in America- and the results are in. And guess what? Maine had not one, but TWO diners make this coveted list.
These Are Some of The TV Commercials Maine Uses to Lure Tourists to The Pine Tree State
We've put together a few of our "favorite" Maine tourism TV commercials. You can watch them here.
Sure Sign of Spring: Massive Maine Camper & RV Show Returns to Augusta
Get a sitter and a make a day-date out of it. It's always so much fun to 'oooh' and 'ahhhh' at all the new models and features at the Maine Camper & RV Show in Augusta, Maine.
It’s Time For Maine Residents to Start Using All Green Porch Lights
Most of you probably knew about but, since I apparently live under a rock, I'm just learning about this. And now, I've become an advocate for the color green.
Can You Help? This Adorable Cross-Eyed Maine Cat and His Brother Desperately Need a Furever Home
This adorable pair of boy cats has come all the way from Georgia to hopefully find a loving home here in Maine.
Shoppers Are About to Notice a Huge Change at Maine Hannaford Stores
If you have been to one of your local Maine Hannaford stores in recent days, you may have already noticed the change that has taken place in the store.
Augusta, Maine, Man Says Backyard Deer Apparently Had Leg ‘Fall Off’ Over Night
This Maine hunter shared a story and photos on social media of a deer missing a leg. You might do a double-take when you see it.
The Most Dangerous Creature in The World Will Return to Maine Soon
It's great that we don't have alligators or deadly snakes, but the creature we do have is the deadliest in the entire world- and it's on its way back to the Pine Tree State
World’s Nicest Airline Now Offering $89 Flights From Maine to Florida
When tickets are this affordable, what's stopping you from taking a mid-winter weekend getaway to somewhere much, much warmer?
Where Does Augusta Rank on Safest Cities in Maine? Newsflash, It’s Not Good
Compared to national averages per 100,000 people, Augusta was way over on assaults, thefts, property crime, rape, violent crime and vehicle theft.
Maine is Home to Two of The Most Affordable Grocery Stores in The Country
Do you shop at one of Maine's most affordable grocery stores? If not, you probably should.
Could Maine Soon Ban the Sale of Refrigerated Beer Across the State?
There's a Tennessee bill looking to stop the sale of refrigerated or cold beer. Could Maine follow suit?
State Officials Urging Maine Schools to Stop Using Electric School Buses
Following reports of critical system failures, the state of Maine is asking Maine schools to suspend use of new electric school buses.
Target Stores in Maine, Massachusetts to Begin Selling Household Items Starting at Just $1
This is HUGE. Target is preparing to unveil a new brand that is going to dramatically reduce the prices of many everyday items all around the store.
The National Weather Service Just Released The Spring Temperature Outlook For Maine & It’s Wild
Maine is not going to follow suit with cooler-than-normal temps like some of the other southern states, but Maine is actually looking to be warmer than normal- but by how much?