Even before I was born, I was in radio business. My mother and father had a morning show while I was still in my first apartment, or, what I later learned is called a "womb." I can remember going to the radio station every day after summer school ... yeah, I went to summer school, wanna fight about it? I would watch the DJs push buttons and talk into the microphone and I'd think to myself, "Now THIS is something I want to do." As I grew up on the mean streets of Cumberland Center (Go GREELY!), I never lost the dream to be on the air. One day, my big chance came. The overnight guy quit, so the program director had no choice but to put me on the radio. I was his only hope. I felt like Obi Wan Kenobi. Ever since then I've been doing what I love... sleeping on the job.
Maine Forest Service Will Use Wasps to Fight Off Invasive Pests
The Maine Forest Service says the tiny, non-stinging wasps will be released on Thursday to help control the emerald ash borer infestation in the state
Mainers Are Being Reminded To Save Ticks For Testing If You Get Bit
If you're unlucky enough to find a tick making a home for itself on you the State of Maine is reminding us to keep the tick and send it in for testing.
Princess & Pirate Day Is Coming To Hadlock Field With The Sea Dogs
Princesses and Pirates will take over Hadlock Field for a tea party complete with lemonade and other goodies and a parade around the field before the Sea Dogs take on Binghamton.
Maine Medical Center Will No Longer Use Live Animals For Training
Last year Maine Medical Center used 13 live pigs for it's medical training program, as well as 89 other animals, mostly mice, in research
Website Lists Most Boring Tourist Traps in All 50 States, but Do You Agree With Maine’s?
The website farandwide.com just released their list of the 50 most boring tourist traps in the country and I kind of agree with their choice for Maine.
Walking Repairman Sign on 302 Is Now an Official Maine Landmark
For 60 years the walking repairman sign outside of Al Hawkes television repair business has stood and greeted millions of passerby's on Route 302 in Westbrook
It Must Be Summer: Gas Prices Are on the Rise in New England
It was just last month when gas prices were continuing to fall heading in to the summer months but as the saying goes, "nothing lasts forever."
A New Ice Cream Food Truck Is Coming to Portland This Week
Twist Ice Cream food truck will be serving custom-blended ice cream and shakes made to order.
13 Year Old Visiting Police In Every State Makes Stop In Maine
During his visit to the Alfred barracks Brett was presented with a specially made Maine State Trooper license plate with his name on it, got a complete tour of the facility and more!
Sanford Police Warning Residents Of Sick And Possible Rabid Fox
Residents of the Springvale area of King and Rankin streets are being warned about a sick fox that may also have rabies which has been seen in the neighborhood.
Bill To Ban Handheld Devices While Driving Passes In Maine
If the bill becomes law Maine will be the 20th state with such a ban while driving a motor vehicle.
Vandals Break In, Steal 120 Whoopie Pies From Fairground Booth
John Youney, a director of the Skowhegan Lions Club says those who did it can confess and work off the cost by helping the club with it's volunteer work.
The Bingas ’08 Fire Sauce Challenge Claims Another Victim [VIDEO]
Watch as this poor guy tries to tackle wings with some of the hottest sauce in the world, Binga's '08 Fire Sauce! But could he complete the challenge?
Summer Sunsets On The Point Are Back For The Season
A great place in Portland to unwind with friends and watch the sun go down while you enjoy cold drinks and delicious food from various food truck vendors.
I-295 E-Z Pass Toll Plaza In Scarborough Is (Almost) Finished
Those with an E-Z Pass won't even have to slow down coming off the 'pike onto I-295, and soon drivers getting on the 'pike from I-295 will be able to do so at highway speeds also, as soon as that side is finished.
First Measles, Now Whooping Cough Has Been Reported In Maine
Portland schools have confirmed at least 3 cases of whooping cough and officials say there are probably more.