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!
“It’s Okay To Be White” Signs Causing Controversy at Bates
"IT'S OKAY TO BE WHITE" signs appeared around Bates College campus over the weekend and have since been taken down.
Walmart is Doing Away with Savings Catcher Program
The app that helped consumers save some extra bucks is coming to an end May 14th.
Know a Disabled Vet Who Would Like to Hunt?
The Maine Bureau of Veterans' Services is holding the 9th annual controlled moose hunt for disabled veterans. Here's how to get involved.
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How a Radio Station *Potentially* Fixed Maine’s Worst Pothole
How a last minute trip resulted in the town of Farmington finally addressing their ugly blemish as home to Maine's worst pothole.
How Cold is Too Cold for Outdoor Recess?
There is no statewide policy or consensus, should there be?
Augusta PD Warns of “Spoofing” and it Happened to Me
"Spoofing" is when robocallers/scammers call someone but mask their own number with another number.
How a Targeted Facebook Ad Made Me Late for Work
The product seemed straightforward enough. Then I panicked.
Bill Would Require Only U.S. Citizens Vote in Local Elections
Maine Legislature to consider amending the state constitution to clarify who can and cannot vote.
Check Out the OG Recipe for Girl Scout Cookies from 1922
Girl Scouts have been selling cookies since the early 1900s. Here's the first published recipe.