Gina Marini

Gina Marini

Morning Anchor/Reporter
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Gina Marini, a graduate of Curry College, joined WVII ABC7 and WFVX Fox 22 after spending a little more 2 years with NH1 News in New Hampshire. During her time there, she spent time traveling the state bringing local stories to Granite-staters. She brings passion and enthusiasm to the news room, hoping to inspire those at home with her stories.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family. She also has a love of anything fluffy and shopping. If you see her out and about, say hello.

BAR HARBOR - Acadia National Park has released its final transportation plan.

HEALTHY ME: We continue the discussion of walk-in care.

This morning Dr. Bill Breen, from Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center, explained the difference between a common cold and flu. He also mentioned when people should go to walk-in care versus their primary care physician.

Monday, 25 March 2019 15:30

Driveway and yard repair tips

STATEWIDE - Some lawns and driveways in Maine have seen better days. We spoke with a few local businesses and have some tips on how to get lawns and driveways back in order.

Friday, 22 March 2019 16:00

Snow melt brings tick season

ORONO  - As temperatures rise -- and snow begins to melt -- the ticks come out.

Wednesday, 20 March 2019 11:17

Healthy ME: walk-in care continues

HEALTHY ME - We continue the discussion of walk-in urgent care at Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center  and welcome back Robert Cravens, FNP. He spoke about the difference between going to see a family doctor, walk-in care, and emergency rooms.

STATEWIDE - In Part 1 of the series "The Foster System: A need for families in Maine," we explained why there s a need for foster families. In Part 2, we spoke with a woman who says foster care saved her.

Wednesday, 13 March 2019 11:09

Healthy ME: walk-in care

HEALTHY ME - Bob Cravens, a provider from Northern Light Urgent explained the process of walk-in care, and the difference between it and the emergency department.

STATEWIDE - Maine officials say there's a need for foster family homes in Maine. In this series, we break down the process of becoming a foster parent and why so many children are in foster care.

Monday, 04 March 2019 13:08

Another snowstorm hits Maine

BANGOR - Several inches of snow fell across the state Monday. Some people say they love it, and others are dreaming of warmer temperatures.

BANGOR - A local company developed an emergency notification system that could help schools and businesses.

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