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 love our beautiful black-and-white mutt named Toby, who is the sweetest. He keeps us busy, with games of fetch, and lots of walks. 33 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!
Silver Alert Issued for a 66-Year-Old Holden Man with Dementia
Holden Police have issued a Silver Alert for a Holden man who's been missing since early in the week.
Maine Radio Station Apologizes, Fires Two Broadcasters after ‘Inappropriate’ Comments During Game
Two sportscasters from a Houlton radio station have been fired over inappropriate comments made about players when their mics were live.
UMaine will Require Vaccinations to Protect Students from COVID
The University of Maine system is the latest to require students who plan to take part in on-campus activities to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
TRAFFIC ALERT: Multi-Vehicle Pile-up On I-95 in Carmel [UPDATE]
Drivers are advised to avoid I-95 northbound in Carmel as police deal with a multi-vehicle accident, involving 50+ vehicles.
Accident Closes Busy Holden Intersection [UPDATE]
Two people were injured in an accident at the intersection of Routes 1A and 46 this morning.
MISSING: Police Seek Blue Hill Woman
Police are asking for the public's help locating a woman from Blue Hill.
University Of Maine Football Player Dies During Practice [UPDATE]
A University of Maine football player collapsed and died on the field Tuesday afternoon.
Boil Water Order In Parts Of Ellsworth
The Ellsworth Water District has issued a boil water order for certain parts of the city after a water main break this morning.
Closings and Cancellations – March 22, 2018
Some schools and businesses are closing early today, thanks to nor'easter Toby, that's crossing the state.
Storm Cancellations And Closings – March 14, 2018
As Winter Storm Skylar continues to blanket the state in snow, many schools and businesses are deciding to close for the day or postpone their opening.