I'm one incredibly lucky woman, with three grown sons, awesome daughters-in-law, and now four grandchildren to spoil! I'm married to the love of my life, who introduced me to my newest addiction - fishing. Plus, Jim has turned me into a devoted dog-person. We love our beautiful black-and-white mutt named Toby, who is the sweetest. He keeps us busy, with games of fetch, and lots of walks. 33 years at Q-106.5 and I'm still having fun. Of course, a big part of that is the fact that I get to start each morning laughing and having fun with Scott Miller on the Q106.5 Morning Show! I hope you'll join us each weekday from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m., and then stick around as I play more New Country until 10 a.m. on Q-106.5!
Maine’s State of the State Address will be Live, not Virtual
Governor Janet Mills will deliver Maine's State of the State Address in person, next month, instead of the virtual speech she gave in 2021.
Why Mainers are Vulnerable to Warm-Up Theft and How to Avoid It
It's something most of us do everyday, without thinking about how it leaves us open to a very expensive form of theft.
Maine Police Say DNA Gives ‘New Hope’ in 1993 Cold Case Murder
Maine State Police gave an update this week, saying some progress has been made in a 29-year-old unsolved homicide of a Kennebunk woman.
Man Charged with Arson for 1 of 2 Palmyra House Fires
A Palmyra man is facing an arson charge for one of two weekend house fires in that town.
Honor Roll Lists 12 Maine State Troopers Lost in the Line of Duty
Maine State Police have a page on their website that lists the 12 Troopers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Maine Police Dealt with Many Crashes on Monday’s Icy Roads
It was a treacherous day on Maine's roads Monday, which Maine State Police say caused multiple crashes.
Mainers Encouraged to Check-in On Seniors, Shut-ins This Week
This could be a challenging week for some Maine residents, so a little help from their neighbors would be appreciated.
Maine Students with Loan Debt Just Got Good News from Naviant
Maine's Attorney General says the settlement of a national class action lawsuit against student loan lender Naviant will bring millions of dollars to the state.
Shots Fired in Scarborough Walmart Parking Lot, 1 Man in Custody
Scarborough Police say one man is in custody after they responded to a report of shots fired in the Walmart parking lot.
Today’s the Day Mainers Honor Betty White by Helping Animals
No one loved animals more than Betty White, so the best way to honor her life would be to help homeless dogs and cats in your area.