I'm one incredibly lucky woman, with three grown sons, awesome daughters-in-law, and now four grandchildren to spoil! I'm married to the love of my life, who introduced me to my newest addiction - fishing. Plus, Jim has turned me into a devoted dog-person. We're currently dog-less, but I'm sure that won't last long. The house is too quiet without toenails clicking in the hall! 32 years at Q-106.5 and I'm still having fun. Of course, a big part of that is the fact that I get to start each morning laughing and having fun with Scott Miller on the Q106.5 Morning Show! I hope you'll join us each weekday from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m., and then stick around as I play more New Country until 10 a.m. on Q-106.5!
Portland Protest Ends w/Burglaries,Fires,Pepper Spray,Arrests
Portland Police say the fourth night of protests resulted in burglaries, damage to buildings, objects being thrown at police who returned with pepper spray, and 23 arrests.
Free Virtual Program Aims to Keep Young Workers in Maine
Eastern Maine Development Corporation is offering a free workforce academy that hopes to train young Mainers in jobs that will keep them in the state.
Bangor, Maine News Update: June 2, 2020
The Maine CDC reports there have been 2,189 cases of COVID-19, so far in the state, which is an increase of 52 from the previous day.
Missing 3-year-old Boy Found Safe by Maine Game Warden and his K9
Maine Game Warden Alan Curtis and his K9 Sig found a missing 3-year-old boy on Monday, who disappeared while playing on the beach.
Peaceful Protest in Bangor Monday for George Floyd
Hundreds of people gathered in Bangor on Monday afternoon to protest the death of George Floyd.
Brewer Deputy Mayor’s FB Account Hacked, Racist Messages Posted
Brewer Police say racist remarks posted on Facebook over the weekend, that appeared to come from Brewer's Deputy Mayor, were actually the result of a hacker.
Fryeburg Fair 2020 Cancelled Due to the Pandemic
Fryeburg Fair organizers announced on Monday that the 2020 fair will not happen, and that they are already planning for 2021.
Bangor Priest Fired for His Role in Murder Investigation
A Bangor priest has been removed from the priesthood, after the Roman Catholic Diocese in Portland said he 'inflamed' events leading up to a woman's murder.
Computer Glitch Causes Emera Customers to Get Strange Bills
If you get a letter from Emera that looks like the bill from hell, don’t panic. It’s likely a computer error.
New Directive Urges Staying at Home, Relaxes Some Restrictions
Governor Janet Mills issued an executive order on Friday afternoon that encourages Mainers to continue to stay at home, while also relaxing some restrictions.