Wow, how did I get here? I guess the short of it is, I showed up one day and they didn't let me leave--and I'm okay with that! I have wanted to be in broadcasting since I did the morning announcements over the PA in elementary school. In high school, I job shadowed here and nearly a decade later, I started working part-time and I eventually worked my way to full-time! I guess you could say I feel #blessed. You can usually find me at one of our live broadcasts, out dancing, snuggling my cat, going to a concert, or posting ridiculous things on social media. Let's connect! Find me @Brittany_207!
Maine State Prison Inmate Pursuing Master’s Degree
Brandon Brown is serving time for attempted murder. He's also on track to receive a master's degree.
First Ever New England Tattoo Expo Set for March
Meet with some of the biggest names in the tattoo industry, see some amazing sideshow entertainment, and even enter your own piece in one of the tattoo contests.
Taste Portland on Tap A to Z Featuring 12 States and 4 Countries
There are unlimited ways you can experience Portland On Tap, but this way takes you on a 26-letter journey around the country and around the world!
Portland Sea Dogs Opening Day Announced for April
Welcome the boys back to Hadlock Field.
Maine Woman Who Crafts With Moose Turds Gets TruTV Reality Show
The Maine crafter who went viral for her items made from moose-turds just landed her own reality show, 'Tirdy Works'.
Intruder Skunk Goes on Spray Rampage Through Portland Home
The skunk sprayed multiple times before Portland PD got the animal out.
You Could Own This Historic Maine Casket Factory From The 1800s
How would you like to own a historic house/funeral home/casket factory in picturesque Western Maine?
You Can Do Puppy & Kitten Yoga at Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland
Practice yoga with the cutest (and fluffiest) workout buddies you've ever seen!
Drink in Your Jammies Through the Old Port in February
A onesie themed bar crawl is coming to Portland February 8th.
Another Maine Jail Plans to Give Computer Tablets to Inmates
In what is said to be a new trend in Maine, Hancock County Jail inmates will receive tablets in the spring.