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.
A New Patriots Parody Song Is Delivered Just In Time For The Playoffs
3 things I know for sure in January. It's freakin' cold. The Patriots will be in the playoffs. And Ian Cunningham will drop another amazing Patriots Parody song. Once again I am not disappointed.
State Of Maine Changing ‘Open For Business’ Slogan
Where LePage's message encouraged business owners to set up shop here in our state, Mills' message is for everybody to want to call Maine home.
Maine Man Charged With Murders Of South Paris Couple
He is being held at the Oxford County Jail and will appear in court today.
Suspicious Device With Camera Lens Found In Bates College Locker Room
The suspicious device was found in the women's locker room at Bates College.
New LGBTQ Community Website Launches In Maine
There's a new, free website in Maine connecting the community to gay friendly businesses, resources, social events and more.
L.L. Bean Moves Over 300,000 Orders In A Single Day
That’s among the largest number of orders recorded in the company’s history for a 24-hour period.
Mainers To Decide Best Tasting Drinking Water In The State
If you're from Maine you already know we have the best tasting water in the country but now it's time to find out where the best tasting drinking water in Maine is for 2018.
300 Skiing Santas Will Be At Sunday River This Weekend
There's nothing like witnessing 300 skiing and snowboarding Santas gliding down Maine's Sunday River all for a great cause.
Here’s a Simple Way to Avoid the Dreaded ‘Second Shovel’ After a Snowstorm
With the first snowstorm of the season upon us the inevitable shoveling and snow blowing follows. One of the things I learned very early on in life is how to avoid the "second shovel."
Maine Crops To Receive USDA Help For Blueberries, Potatoes
This isn't the first time the USDA has stepped in to help Mainers out. The program has been used over the years to improve Maine’s harvest of everything from hops to honey