I'm in my 39th year of broadcasting on radio and television. Prior to joining 92.9 The Ticket in November 2012, I spent 16 years at WLBZ-TV (NBC Affiliate) in Bangor, Maine. My television experience included three years as a news reporter/anchor and 13 years as sports director/anchor. In 1993, I moved to WZON (AM620) in Bangor as sports/program director and created Maine’s first all-sports radio station. WZON was twice named Maine Associated Press Station of The Year. Along with my broadcasting duties, I am an adjunct instructor at the Husson University New England School of Communications in Bangor teaching Intro to Sports Journalism. I'm honored to have been named Maine Sportscaster of The Year six times, along with 13 AP Best Radio Sportscast awards, 12 AP/MAB Best Radio Play-by-Play awards, eight AP/MAB Best TV Play-by-Play awards and six AP/MAB Best TV Sportscast awards. My community volunteering includes president of Bangor East Little League, Senior League World Series opening ceremony committee chair, honorary member of the UMaine Black Bear Club, board of directors Maine Basketball Hall of Fame and member of the Jay Ramsdell Scholarship committee. I am from Houlton, Maine and a Ricker College graduate. My wife Nora and I reside in Bangor with our five children.
Bronco Wins District Title, Begins LLWS Quest
For the Bronco Little League 11/12s All Star team, the road to Williamsport begins. An 8-0 win over Old Town last night means Bronco is District #3 champion.
Anderson Wins 100th Maine Amateur Title [SCORES]
Cole Anderson wins the 100th Maine Amateur Golf Championship at the young age of 18. He wins the title by leading the tournament wire-to-wire for three days at the Portland Country Club.
BREAKING NEWS: Harvey Steps Down At Husson
12-year Husson University baseball coach Jason Harvey has stepped down from that job as well as his assistant athletics director duties.
Alvarez Climbs On Maine Amateur Leaderboard [SCORES]
Cole Anderson will take a six shot lead into Thursday's final round of the 100th Maine Amateur Golf Tournament in Portland. The 18-year-old college golfer fired a 1-under par 69 in round two.
Anderson Fires A 65, Leads Maine Amateur [SCORES]
18-year-old Cole Anderson from Camden fired a 5-under par 65 at Portland Country Club to grab the lead after round one of the Maine Amateur Golf Championship.
GSA’s Schildroth Joins UMaine Hoops
The UMaine men's program is adding two guards to the roster, including former George Stevens Academy standout Taylor Schildroth.
Brewer HS Hall of Fame Class of 2019
The Brewer High School Athletic Hall of Fame will induct six new members and two teams as part of the Class of 2019. Induction ceremonies take place in September.
Anderson Ready For 100th Maine Amateur [SCORES]
Camden's Cole Anderson will be the first golfer to tee it up this morning at Portland Country Club when competition begins in the historic 100th Maine Amateur Golf Championship.
Cora Picks Verlander To Start ASG [VIDEO]
From Red Sox manager one day to American League All Star Team manager the next. Welcome to the world of Alex Cora.
Legion Baseball: Comrades Lead At Mid-Season
With the July 4th weekend in the rear view mirror and the final two weeks of the summer American Legion baseball regular season to go, the Bangor Coffee News Comrades hold down the top spot in the North Division.