Kelly Mitchell

Kelly Mitchell

Reporter
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Kelly Mitchell joined the news team in March of 2018. She grew up splitting her time between York, ME and Haverhill, MA, but her favorite childhood memories took place along the rocky coast of southern Maine. She's now excited to explore other parts of the state.

She graduated from Suffolk University, where she got her first taste of journalism covering the Boston Marathon bombing trial live from the courtroom. She spent the end of her college career working as a writer at WHDH in Boston.

An avid traveler, she's visited ten countries and used to live in Spain. When not working, Kelly can be found reading with a coffee, out with friends, or wandering by the ocean.

Got a story idea? Reach her at [email protected] or send her a message on twitter at @kmitchell_news.

Wednesday, 16 January 2019 23:00

New partnership looks to help small businesses

BANGOR - A new group made of local organizations around Greater Bangor is helping small businesses and start ups.

BAR HARBOR - The Bar Harbor Planning Board approved expansion plans at Acadia Apartments that had some residents concerned.

OLD TOWN - Martin Luther King Jr. Day may be next week, but a local church honored the civil rights activist Tuesday night.

BANGOR - It may be winter break, but Husson University senior Hannah Holte is hard at work with her Bangor internship and getting into five law schools.

Monday, 14 January 2019 22:20

Housing study wraps up in Bangor

BANGOR - Bangor city leaders have released findings from a housing work group they've been working on since the fall.

ORONO - A town councilor in Orono wants to see solar energy run municipal buildings, but some locals and other councilors raised questions about the way the idea has come about.

BANGOR - A local restaurant is helping government employees during the partial government shutdown.

LIBERTY - As people look toward cleaner forms of energy, some homeowners are looking to solar power, even in the winter in Maine.

BANGOR - Bangor could be changing its marijuana ordinances to allow interstates as a buffer between marijuana related locations and other zoning uses.

HERMON - When the fire bell rings in Hermon, two live-in fire students are often the first to respond.

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