I was born in Nova Scotia, and grew up in Canada. Early in my radio career I emigrated to the US, on the 4th of July, and later became a citizen. "I may not have been born here, but I sure love this country" When the opportunity to move to Maine came up, I jumped at the chance. "If you had of told me years ago, that I'd be a neighbor of Stephen King, well who'd have thunk it?" For the record, I don't live very close to Stephen King's house. "I appreciate everyone that listens. I truly am living the dream. Loving what I get to do for a living every day" Meet me at Q-106.5 events and give me a fist bump or a hug. "Best day of my life was recently when a guy came up to me and told me he listened every morning, and then said 'I thought you were about 25 years old. You sound so young on the radio'. "Yea, radio will do that for ya." Thanks for listening!
Washington County’s First Distillery Open House This Weekend
On Maine Street in Harrington, and using local blueberries and cranberries
ATV Ride For A Cure is This Sunday Morning The 2nd
Begins at Acadia Area ATV'ers Clubhouse in Hancock
Bangor Restaurant Voted Number One in The Entire Country
It beat out some big time restaurants across America.
Team Hope Walk at Ellsworth High School Sunday Oct 9th
A fundraiser for Huntington's Disease Society of America
Businesses Beginning to Fill Building on Broadway in Bangor
The interior has been renovated, the exterior completion is next, and the first new tenant is operating.
Not Too Early to Get This Veteran’s Day Event on Your Calendar
November 11th fundraiser for House in the Woods
New Furniture and Appliance Store Opens in Lincoln
What was Mainely Rent to Own is now at Home Furniture Appliances and Bedding.
Lobster Trucks and Restaurants About to Wind Down for The Season
Here is what one Mainer did for 10 years in the winter
Bangor Country Concerts for Next Summer Wish List
This season is over for Bangor country concerts, let's start look ahead to next summer.
Work on Mural on Bangor Shaw’s Wall is Underway
The project is called “An Optimistic Vision Inspiring Neighborhood Recovery”.