Rob grew up in the Mount Washington Valley town of North Conway, NH where he landed a job in radio while still in high school. A few years later, he moved to Maine in 2000 to further his career with WCYY. After an amazing sixteen years, he decided to try something different. Rob has always found it rewarding to help people. That, along with having an interest in real estate from a young age, it only made sense to follow his instincts and now works as a full time real estate agent with Landing Real Estate. He was wondering if and when “the itch” to get back in the media field would come. Well, it did and he finally found a way to “scratch it”. He is now back on WCYY doing what he loves. After his media portion of the day is done, he jumps in a phone booth, Clark Kent style, and transforms back into a real estate agent - the best of both worlds!
This Mainer’s Groundbreaking Invention Has Kept the World Warmer Since 1873
A groundbreaking invention warms that certain part of your body that always seems to get cold in the winter.
One of the Oldest Pizza Joints in Maine is Nearly 100 Years Old
If you're from Maine or have lived here for an extended period of time, I'm wiling to bet that you've had at least a slice of this Maine staple pizza.
Wildly Popular Maine-Based Hard Seltzer to Change Format
Wild Maine Seltzer is making waves yet again as Orono Brewing recently announced a significant transition for more portable and portion-controlled options.
Maine’s Sweet Secret: The Surprising Origins of Chewing Gum
A Mainer by the name of John B. Curtis embarked on a venture back in 1848 that would forever change the way people around the world satisfy their oral fixations.
Maine’s ‘Skijoring’ Competition is One to Not Miss
It's almost like waterskiing in the winter, except you're on a pair of actual downhill skis or a snowboard, and instead of being pulled by a boat on water, you're being pulled by a horse on snow.
New Data Shows New England is the Least ‘Sinful’ Part of the US
Seven elements of 'sinful behavior' data was recently used to come up with a list of the states that have the most moral growing to do.
Can Maine Businesses Require a Surcharge on Credit Card Purchases?
The debate over surcharges on credit card and debit card purchases has been an ongoing point of contention for quite some time now. Whether it should be allowed largely depends on what side you talk to, the business owner or the consumer. The question is, are surcharges legal in Maine?
Is This Maine License Plate Unintentionally Naughty?
It appears that the State of Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles unintentionally issued this license plate to a Maine driver.
Submerged History: Exploring Flagstaff Lake’s Underwater Ghost Towns in Maine
Flagstaff Lake in Maine holds a secret not known to the average person beneath its tranquil waters – the actual remnants of submerged towns. The lake itself spans over 20,000 acres and is located near Eustis, Maine, about 20 miles north of Rangely.
This New England State Ranks #2 Healthiest State in the US
Using lots of interesting data, this article will show why Massachusetts ranks so high in the health department.