Brittany Devane

Brittany Devane

Reporter/Sports Reporter
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Brittany joined the WVII/WFVX team in August 2012 and quickly found a home in the sports department, where she works as a reporter and weekend anchor. She is originally from Framingham, MA and graduated cum laude from Boston University with a Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism.

She's also the station's sideline reporter and has appeared on nationally broadcast UMaine football games, along with NESCom-aided productions of Husson Eagles' football and basketball games.

Before coming to Maine, she spent the summer of 2012 in London, working as an Olympic Correspondent for GoLocal Worcester. Previously, she was also the Boston Bruins and Hockey East intern for NESN. Adding to her intern experience, she worked on the nightly news magazine show "Chronicle" for WCVB.

She's a huge hockey fan who can usually be found around the Alfond. If she's not there, check the local football field sidelines, or the Cross Insurance Center during basketball games!

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Former Black Bear Derrick Johnson Re-Signs with New England

FOXBORO - When Derrick Johnson was cut by the Patriots back in June, he knew he would have a shot at rejoining the team. He also knew that it was not going to be easy.

The former University of Maine wide receiver went undrafted in 2014, but was picked up by New England on May 18th. He was injured during OTAs and then cut on June 9th. "I always knew that as long as I'm healthy and stuff, I'd get another shot," said Johnson on Friday. He returned home to New York to rehab his sprained left knee in order to earn his spot back on the team. "They actually sent me out to a place near where I live, for the professionals out in Garden City, New York," Johnson said. "[I] worked really hard, actually did two-a-days every day. As far as rehab and getting back to where I was before I got hurt, it was extremely important and it was a long process and I really gave it my all to get back. It paid off in the end."

The Patriots organization flew Johnson out to Foxborough this week for a workout. Johnson proved he was healthy, and on Friday inked a new contract. While the terms of the deal are not being released, Johnson will report back to training camp on Monday for another shot at making the final roster.

Last season at Maine, Johnson was tied for the team lead in receptions with 60 for 608 yards and two touchdowns in 13 games. Now he is catching passes from future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady, something he says he got used to rather quickly: "At first it was kind of a surreal feeling, but as practice went on and the days went on I got used to it. He's a real professional, comes to work every day looking to get better and he expects the same from the players," Johnson explained.

With his rehab behind him, Johnson says he's ready to "get right to work."

Bolley's Famous Franks Closing After 52 Years

WATERVILLE - After 52 years of feeding the community Bolley's Famous Franks in Waterville is serving its last hot dog tomorrow, and fans are showing up in packs for one last meal. Owner Zena McFadden says she is trying to find a buyer for the establishment.

Lucerene Golf Course Is 1A Treasure

DEDHAM - Driving down Route 1A you may be so excited for your visit to the coast that you miss the Lucerne Golf Course. As our Aaron Jackson reports, next time you pass through you should probably be paying attention.

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