Not unlike the suggestion from the "Good Witch of the North" and confirmed by the "Munchkins"....I've been following the 'yellow brick road of radio' since 1989. It's fair to say, It’s been a long and winding road with travels and stops throughout the country. I've spent time all around New England, and even in Florida to replenish my vitamin D! I've since landed in the lovely Mid-Coast of Maine. I adore dogs... tolerate cats, and generally have a soft spot for most living things. In my time off you'll find me outdoors... enjoying the four seasons and the splendor of the mountain to the sea that we have been blessed with here in Northern New England. The thing I love most about radio is being able to connect and share stories & insights with you, our amazing listeners. Thank you for allowing me into your world!
Beware: Have You Ever Heard Of Babesiosis
Babesiosis. You either think I’m making that word up or maybe you’re very familiar with it. I have to admit prior to last week I had never heard of it. When it touches a family member, you learn very quickly how dangerous and frustrating this infection is. Over th...
Sunday River In Bethel Announced They Are Opening For The Season
Sunday River Ski Resort in Bethel will kick off the season Thursday (11/18) at 9am.
Reny’s To Open A New Store In Central Maine This Year
Reny's says it needs at least 25,000 square feet for a store and that means most "downtown" locations would just be too small for a new store.
TV News Anchor Cindy Williams Stepping Down Next Month
Cindy stated that she has worked at WCSH 6 TV for 32 years and is "eternally grateful" for the viewers and for the amazing staff at News Center 6
Maine – Canadian Border Reopens For Canadians With Restrictions
With 24 border crossing around the State of Maine with Canada, the 611 mile border will now allow people on both sides to go back and forth
83 Year Old Hiker Becomes Oldest To Complete Appalachian Trial
completing his hike of the Appalachian Trial makes him the oldest person to ever complete the hike
Maine To Offer $25+ Million For Winter Heating Relief
Maine will offer heating relief through the Maine Jobs & Recovery Plan, all federal dollars.
Maine Police Departments Suffering From Staff Shortages
Police department staffing up n down the coast and inland too are suffering from a shortage of police officers.
MaineGeneral Fires Almost 200 Of Its Employees Due To Covid Shot
All of the former employees indicated that the mandate was the cause of them separating from employment with MaineGeneral.
Maine Maritime Museum Facing Lawsuit Over Capsized Schooner
The passenger filing suit, Karen Baldwin indicated that she recalls having a safety briefing, but the people onboard were not being required to wear life vests during the cruise.