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 - Testimonies continue today in the Thomas Ferguson Trial. He is facing charges following an alleged murder in Bangor back in November of 2015.

HUDSON - With Memorial Day around the corner, some people in Hudson are creating their own way of honoring those that served the country.

Friday, 26 May 2017 06:18

The Ferguson Trial continues

BANGOR - The Thomas Ferguson trial continued on Thursday morning.  The court heard the testimony from a neighbor by the name of Wallace Hallett, who says he heard gunshots coming from next door and saw two shadow figures swiftly leaving the Center Street apartment in Bangor.

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 17:33

The Thomas Ferguson trial begins

BANGOR - They're accused of opening fire on two men in Bangor, leaving one of them dead and the other fighting for his life. On Wednesday, one of the suspects went on trial for murder. Thomas Ferguson of Brooklyn, New York hopes he'll have better luck at trial with a judge considering his case rather than a jury of his peers.

Tuesday, 23 May 2017 21:28

Fostering The Next Generation Part II

BANGOR - The case of Logan Marr pushed the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to make changes in the Maine's Child Welfare System. The state now puts more effort on placing a child with a relative instead of with a foster parent. But in Maine, there are over 1,800 children in protective services.

Monday, 22 May 2017 20:17

Fostering The Next Generation Part I

AUGUSTA - The recent release of Sally Schofield, a former caseworker and foster parent for Maine's Department of Human Services convicted of manslaughter of Logan Marr, 5, has some people talking about where the system is at.

BANGOR - Softball, a dunk tank, raffles and a great cause. These were all present at Team Mimi's Annual Softball Tournament, a fund raiser to support Cancer Care of Maine.

Sunday, 21 May 2017 07:52

Car show for a cause

BREWER - Car lovers took advantage of the beautiful weather  by showcasing all of their collections at the Wheels for Hope car show. But it's the meaning behind the event that had people revving up their engines.

Friday, 19 May 2017 17:35

Rediscovering Belfast

BELFAST - Not only is Belfast known for hosting fun activities on the waterfront, but also has a thriving downtown. Whether you're looking to enjoy some great cuisine or go shopping, there's plenty to do.

 

BREWER - A man from Brewer has faced many medical challenges over the years and has struggled to get the help he needs. He's now turning to others and decided to share his story with hope it will help others who are also facing a difficult life.

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