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!
Car Repairs in Maine are The Cheapest in The Country
Maine the least expensive, and Connecticut the most expensive
Bangor Humane Society Shares Very Disturbing Story of 3 Dogs
Looks like the story ends well, but what an ordeal for 3 dogs. Their barking and whining saved their lives.
Thanksgiving Dinner Costs 20% More This Year
If you are looking for things to be thankful for, the traditional family Thanksgiving dinner has to be near the top, but it'll cost more this year.
Bangor Festival of Lights Parade Moves To Sunday
Floats, Marching Bands, and all those glittering lights
Bangor Holiday Tree Arrives Tuesday in West Market Square
The story of the annual ritual in West Market Square, Bangor. The Christmas tree selection and delivery.
Here is How Real Mainers Prepare for Thanksgiving
The 'spirit' of Thanksgiving is alive and underway again this year
Sugarloaf Mountain Opens Today To Skiers…Schuss
Downhill skiing is underway for another winter at Sugarloaf Mountain
Brewer High School Annual Turkey Trot Sunday
41st year of the Sophomore Class raising money with the Turkey Trot
185-Year-Old Home Now Brand New and For Sale in Bangor
All it takes is vision, and oh yeah, money.
Changes Finally Coming to Ease Traffic at Acadia National Park
The plan is more buses and fewer cars to help ease the traffic congestion issues at peak times