I was born in Nova Scotia, and grew up in Canada. Early in my radio career I emigrated to the US, on the 4th of July, and later became a citizen. "I may not have been born here, but I sure love this country" When the opportunity to move to Maine came up, I jumped at the chance. "If you had of told me years ago, that I'd be a neighbor of Stephen King, well who'd have thunk it?" For the record, I don't live very close to Stephen King's house. "I appreciate everyone that listens. I truly am living the dream. Loving what I get to do for a living every day" Meet me at Q-106.5 events and give me a fist bump or a hug. "Best day of my life was recently when a guy came up to me and told me he listened every morning, and then said 'I thought you were about 25 years old. You sound so young on the radio'. "Yea, radio will do that for ya." Thanks for listening!
No More Shake Rattle Roll-Road Off Stillwater in Bangor Update
Pavement fixed on road between Stillwater & Bangor Mall Blvd.
$500 Check Promised by Governor Mills Has Been Revised-Upward
The surplus originally was forecast at $411 million, and that was updated yesterday adding over $205 million more.
Acadia’s Fee for Winter Visits Brings in Half a Million Through January
For the first winter ever, Acadia National Park is collecting entry fees. So you might think that would slow down attendance. Not so.
If They Change The State of Maine Flag, What Would You Like?
Lighthouse, Lobster, Toothpicks
New Business: Car Wash Coming to Stillwater Avenue Near Bangor Mall
Shammy's Car Wash was given approval earlier this month
Damon’s Beverage Will Relocate to New Bangor Location March 1
From Penobscot Plaza on Washington Street to Hogan Road next to the Old K Mart Building.
Vote For Which Maine Local Nonprofit Should Get Grant Money
Bangor Savings Bank Foundation Giving Money to Local Charities
Maine Lobster Industry Pulled in The Most Money … Evah
A higher yield, and higher prices
See The International Space Station with the Naked Eye in Maine
NASA will send you alerts when it's visible
State of the State Address: $500 Coming Back To Each Taxpayer
Half of State Surplus Money getting sent back to Mainers