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. 1-year-old Gifford is our furry family member who keeps us laughing all the time. 30 years at Q-106.5, as of June 2017, 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!
UPDATE: Police Identify Augusta Body As That of Local Woman
Police are now saying a woman whose body was found in an Augusta apartment building may have died several weeks ago.
Bangor, Maine News Update: July 17, 2019
Police are looking into the death of a woman whose body was found in an Augusta apartment building.
Orrington’s Endless Yard Sale Starts Friday
Bargain hunters will flock to Orrington this weekend for the Endless Yard Sale, part of the town's Old Home Week.
Cindy Campbell Explores Nova Scotia Aboard The ‘Fundy Rose’
Bay Ferries really does an excellent job of making sure each passenger is comfortable and relaxed during his or her journey.
Bangor, Maine News Update: July 16, 2019
A man accused of killing his wife's 10-year-old daughter will change his plea to guilty, according to his attorney.
UPDATE: Cindy Took 3rd Place In Orrington Photo Contest
After asking for your input on what pic to submit to the Orrington Photo Contest, Cindy Campbell ended up taking one of the top three prizes.
Orrington To Build New Public Safety Building
Orrington residents turned out to vote yesterday, approving a revised plan for a new public safety building.
Bridgton Couple Violently Attacked In Their Own Home
Police are working to determine what caused a Bridgton man to violently attack a couple in their home.
Bangor, Maine News Update: July 11, 2019
The Director of Public Safety at Eastern Maine Community College, who also works as a part time deputy in Hermon, was charged with OUI Monday night, after driving too fast while approaching a police officer that was helping a stranded motorist.
Benefit Dinner For Shrine Clown Who’s Battling Cancer
A spaghetti and meatballs dinner in Bangor Friday night (with Dysart's desserts) will benefit a Shrine Clown and Dysart's employee, who's been diagnosed with cancer.