Jack Hilton

Jack Hilton

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Jack Hilton joined WVII ABC 7 and WFVX Fox 22 in March of 2016. He was born in Montreal, Canada but was raised in the sunshine state, Fort Lauderdale before graduating cum laude from Husson University with a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications.

Born in a famous boxing family, Jack set off toward a different career path, after the mysterious death of his uncle, Arturo Gatti, who is in the Boxing Hall of Fame.

With a heart for people, he is always looking to meet and tell the stories of those in the community. He is charismatic, funny and down to earth.

When not on the air, he enjoys spending time with his lovely wife, his parrots and attending church. He's also a huge fan of TV series such as Buffy, Friends and The Office.

If you have any story ideas or want to talk about tv shows, contact him at [email protected] or tweet him @News_JackHilton

HANCOCK - Maine is filled with beautiful scenery. Whether it's the ocean or the forests, there are tons of fun recreational activities for people to engage in. A local organization is looking to ensure that people continue to have access to some of Maine's finest landscapes.

Tuesday, 25 July 2017 22:01

Maine's bridges being put to the test

FRANKLIN - There are thousands of bridges in the state, some dating back almost a 100 years. Officials are concerned whether or not they can handle modern day demands. One of those bridges is Card Mill Stream located in Franklin.

BANGOR - In the wake of Linkin Park's singer, Chester Bennington, taking his own life earlier this month, many people across the country are filled with grief. A famous rock band is looking to end the epidemic, and provide hope along with their music.

BUCKSPORT - The Annual Bucksport Bayfest is underway and people are celebrating the town's 225th birthday. But the town isn't the only one celebrating it's anniversary.

BANGOR - There's a new law passed by Legislators to stop distracted driving but it still needs the governor's signature. It's the wording that's leaving some people wondering what that truly means.

Wednesday, 19 July 2017 16:47

CM Almy sells everlasting candles

PITTSFIELD - For over 125 years, CM Almy has supplied churches around the country with worship items from robes to waxed candles. The company is going a different direction and is now selling a new product to the general public.

HERMON - First responders from across the state are being trained to deal with freight train emergency situations.

PITTSFIELD - The Kiwanis Karnival in Pittsfield is underway and community members are getting "egg-cited."

BREWER - The summer season brings millions of people to Maine. Many of them are walking around downtown and other busy locations. Police are urging drivers to pay extra attention to the cross walks.

FRANKLIN - The Franklin Veterans Club is teaming up with the Maine Veterans Project to continue to reach out to the at-risk veterans across the state of Maine.

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