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

BANGOR - Thanksgiving came early in Bangor when The Salvation Army hosted its annual Thanksgiving community meal. But the organization may need help to keep putting on these types of events.

Thursday, 16 November 2017 06:28

Mary Mayhew tours Bucksport

BUCKSPORT - The town of Bucksport was in the spotlight earlier this week. Town officials, educators and local business owners got a chance to voice their concerns and possibly bring change.

MACHIAS - An exciting time for Machias, the Down East Community Hospital (DECH) renovations of it's emergency department (ED) is near completion. On Wednesday, people celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Monday, 13 November 2017 06:02

Community members walk for warmth

BANGOR - With heating oil costing 10 percent higher than last year, people could be expecting to pay over $1,200 to heat their homes and the cost is only increasing. But a few samaritans are looking to help families in need.

Saturday, 11 November 2017 08:50

A 4-year-old battles pulmonary hypertension

MILFORD - Nobody is guaranteed tomorrow. That statement rings true for one family whose little girl is fighting a life threatening disease.

Thursday, 09 November 2017 06:47

Impact of Pornography - part II

BANGOR - Pornography is viewed by billions of people. For many, viewing pornography is not a big deal because, according to research, almost everyone has either viewed or used pornography at some time in their life. But for the Robinson's, it's proven itself detrimental to their marriage.

Tuesday, 07 November 2017 21:41

Impact of Pornography - part I

BANGOR - Porn sites are among the most visited websites on the internet and it's not going away. In fact, it's a multi-billion dollar industry.

AUGUSTA - Can you hear the ringing? For many, Christmas is a time to spend with family and for giving. To make sure everyone gets touched by the joy of the season, The Salvation Army is gearing up to help families in need with its Kettle Campaign.

Thursday, 02 November 2017 07:21

Thousands in the state are still without power

AUGUSTA - Utility crews are out in full force once again, trying to restore power to as many people as possible. They've now passed the half way mark. There were close to a half a million people without power at the height of the storm. As of this morning, there are still tens of thousands of people without electricity, including 109,659 in Central Maine Power territory and 25,093 in Emera Maine. The hope is to get everyone back online by the end of the week.

Tuesday, 31 October 2017 19:57

The Miranda Hopkins trial begins

BELFAST - The trial started today for 32-year-old Miranda Hopkins, the Troy woman accused of killing her 7-week-old son.

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