I've been with Q97.9 since we signed on back in 1996, and it has been an amazing ride. I still love doing what I do every day. I'm a geek of all sorts. Comic books, sci-fi, technology, video games, and most of all, pinball. I play competitively and have participated in the largest pinball tournament in the world. I've got an amazing son who didn't fall far from the tree. If we're playing pinball, video games or watching Star Wars together, it's a good day. You can catch me in the mornings during the week on the Q Morning Show.
Movie Theaters and Casinos Among Businesses Allowed To Open July 1
The Maine Department of Economic and Community Development has released a list of businesses they may open on July 1, the start of stage 3 of the Mills Administration's Restarting Maine’s Economy plan.
Gov. Mills Postpones Re-Opening of Indoor Bar Service in Maine
Maine CDC Director Dr. Nirav Shah provided a look at how Maine is doing with preventing the spread of COVID-19 compared to the rest of the country.
RUMOR: Something New Going Into Former Krispy Kreme in Auburn
We've heard a rumor about another national chain restaurant going into the former Krispy Kreme location on Center Street in Auburn.
Funspot in Laconia, New Hampshire Opens Back Up On June 29
Funspot, the largest arcade in the world located in Laconia, New Hampshire, is opening up again on June 29.
Active Cases of COVID-19 in Maine at Lowest Since May 6
The Maine CDC reported today that the total number of diagnosed, active cases of COVID-19 is 459, the lowest it has been in over a month.
Indoor Dining Allowed in All Maine Counties Beginning Wednesday
During Monday's Maine CDC briefing, Governor Janet Mills announced that her administration is allowing indoor dining in all Maine counties.
Take A Look Inside The Most Expensive Home For Sale In Maine
We searched for the home for sale in Maine that is the most expensive, and when you look at these pictures, you'll see why it earned the top spot.
No New COVID-19 Related Deaths in Maine For Third Day In a Row
The cumulative number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Maine is now at 2,721.
Some Jerk Tore Up The Grass At a New Gloucester Park
File this one under the category "What is wrong with some people?"
Over 2000 Mainers Diagnosed With COVID-19 Have Recovered
The cumulative number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Maine is now at 2,637, an increase of 31 since Tuesday.