Devin Martin

Devin Martin

Reporter
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Devin Martin joined the ABC 7 and FOX 22 news team in December of 2018, the day after Christmas!

He is a graduate of  Hofstra University where he studied broadcast journalism and American Studies.  While at Hofstra, Devin was part of Award Winning and student run Radio Station, WRHU. He served as a sports and updates reporter and commentator. He gained experience covering Hofstra Athletics as a play-by-by and color commentator for Men's and Women's Lacrosse and Softball.

From Syracuse, New York, Devin is excited to get his career started in Bangor. 
Devin can be contacted at [email protected] or on Twitter @DevJMartinNews2

BANGOR- There's an increase in activity on the Bangor waterfront as crews get ready for the busy season.

Friday, 17 May 2019 15:44

United Farmers Market of Maine

BELFAST- This isn't your average farmers market, as the United Farmers Market of Maine is year round because everything is in an indoor facility.

MOUNT DESERT ISLAND - Memorial Day is the unofficial start to the summer tourist season and the staff at Acadia National Park is gearing up for the rush.

BANGOR - Medical professionals participated in a conference aimed at solving some of the ethical dilemmas they face Wednesday at the Hilton Garden Inn.

AUGUSTA - One proposal has Maine's two largest electric companies up in arms.

AUGUSTA- After an elementary school in Swanville was forced to close because of the shortage of regular and substitute bus drivers, one lawmaker wants to make sure that never happens again.

HINCKLEY- When you think of career fairs, employers talking to high schoolers or college students comes to mind.

.BANGOR- Plans for an international energy transmission line continue to stir up controversy.

Wednesday, 08 May 2019 17:45

Maine Maritime Academy students sail off

CASTINE- Maine Maritime Academy students will be using what they learned in classrooms in the real world.

AUGUSTA - Maine state retirees say they have issues with laws that are endangering their social security.

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