I've been with Q97.9 since we signed on back in 1996, and it has been an amazing ride. I still love doing what I do every day. I'm a geek of all sorts. Comic books, sci-fi, technology, video games, and most of all, pinball. I play competitively and have participated in the largest pinball tournament in the world. I've got an amazing son who didn't fall far from the tree. If we're playing pinball, video games or watching Star Wars together, it's a good day.
Maine Could Use a Lot More of These Signs At Some Intersections
There's a sign in Durham, just before you cross the bridge into Lisbon, that I'd like to see placed at a lot more intersections in Maine.
How Did We Miss The Norway Police Department Lip Sync Challenge?
It's their own take on the movie Footloose where the town of Norway has abolished all dancing.
New Maine Law Requires Drivers to Yield to City Buses
A new bill signed into law by Governor Mills requires drivers to yield to public transportation buses.
Watch Paris, ME Police Chief Sign Off After 28 Years of Service
After 28 years serving on the Town of Paris Police Department, Chief Hartley "Skip" Mowatt officially signs off.
10 Stores That No Longer Exist in Maine But We Wish Still Did
Here are 10 of those stores you might remember along with the year that they went out of business.
Trip Advisor Names Best Pizza in Maine
The best pizza in Maine is chosen by Trip Advisor along with the best pizza in every state.
New England Patriots Center David Andrews is Coming To Hadlock Field
New England Patriots center David Andrews has been rescheduled to appear at Hadlock Field with the Portland Sea Dogs.
An 83-Year-Old Record Will Fall If The Bruins Win The Stanley Cup
Something that has not happened since 1936 could happen again if the Boston Bruins defeat the St. Louis Blues to win the Stanley Cup.
After Lots of Work, The Mount Washington Auto Road Is Opening
Just a month ago, crews were busy clearing a snowdrift from the road and creating culverts for drainage, but now it's ready to open.
Maine House Passes Bill To Make Ballot Questions Understandable
A new bill passed in the Maine House aims to make ballot questions to be written so that we can all understand the question.