Jordan Verge is a native of the Bangor area and possesses a deep-rooted love and respect for both the region and our Pine Tree State, cherishing its distinct idiosyncrasies that make the community so unique. After attending Brewer High School, he pursued a Mass Communications degree with a focus on Radio Broadcasting at The New England School of Communications at Husson University. Jordan worked in engineering for several years at WABI TV5 before returning to radio in March of 2023. Jordan's passions revolve around all things related to Bangor, basketball, and beer. His favorite musician is the Country artist Gabby Barrett, and he passionately supports sports teams like the Boston Celtics, Portland Trail Blazers, New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns, and any team with Brian Hoyer. Jordan's love for radio and Maine is palpable, and he is delighted to call Townsquare Media in Bangor his professional home.
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This New England gal is coming home!
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After witnessing the Patriots' performance, I'd be in a hurry to leave.
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At least they're giving us a heads up, right?
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