So a quick bit about me, I’ve been on the air for over 30 years and not only do I love the classic rock that we play, but I’m also the Public Service Director for Portland and Portsmouth. I love working with our nonprofits who continue to provide important programs to our listeners as we battle COVID. I also love Def Leppard, Hallmark movies, dinner parties, and a good night’s sleep. I have two 14-year-old Samoyeds; one is completely deaf and the other is missing an eye and I’m crazy in love with them. I also snore like a bear, according to my daughter. I like to travel, read and enjoy long walks on the beach, so lucky for me I live in Maine.
Maine Veterinarians Doing Background Checks, Here’s Why.
According to WGME On Your Side, veterinarians now have to perform a background check on pet owners when writing an opioid prescription for their pet. The opioid problem has created some instances where adicts are using their pet's meds to get high, which is kind of hard to do because pet doses are so low; but they try. If ...
What’s Up With the Worm In Tequila Bottles? Here’s the Story!
On Cinco de Mayo I ask myself the hard questions. Not Mexican history questions, tequila questions. Why is there a worm in some bottles? Is that worm safe to eat? I have answers for you that could come into play at your local bar's Trivia Night at some point...
Does Maine Need Another Casino? [POLL]
Today Maine has two casinos, one in Oxford and one in Bangor. In November, a referendum will ask Mainers to vote on a third 1,500 slot machine casino in York County.
Awesome Ways to Deal With Halloween Candy Surplus!
Now that we have some distance from trick or treating, many of us have a stash of unwanted candy. Whether it's nuts or nougat, (what is that anyway?), you probably have some candy to re-distribute! Here are some suggestions: Put it in the freezer and save it for decorating gingerbread houses during the holidays or winter vacation break Save it for birthday party favor bags Use it to fill a pinata
Maine Kids are Back on the Field, What You Should Know About Concussions.
Contact sports can result in head injuries and concussions. A blow, jolt or violent shaking of the head can lead to the brain's normal functions being affected. Not all concussions result in a loss of consciousness, so it's important to get checked out after any form of head trauma...
Maine Tourist Traffic, What to Do if You’re In a Fender Bender
Long lines of stop and go traffic and a lot of road work can lead to fender benders. Here's a reminder of what to do if you're involved in a car accident: The VERY first thing that you need to do is to make sure that everyone is OK. Check any car damage after checking on your passengers, people in the other car and yourself ... Read More ...
Maine Teen Suicide Prevention: Warning Signs and Resources
Families, friends and entire communities, are affected by teen suicide. There have been nine teen suicides in Southern Maine this year.