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.

AUGUSTA - Multiple lawmakers are looking to change healthcare coverage in Maine, and one is suggesting the state switch to a single payer system.

AUGUSTA - Lawmakers discussed a bill at its work session Wednesday that's aimed to protect taxpayers in the privatization of some state services.

ELLSWORTH - In memory of a baby girl from Hancock County, the greater Ellsworth community hosted the first ever Kinsley Ray 5K on Saturday morning.

CASTINE - Nearly two hundred students graduated from Maine Maritime Academy in Castine.

Saturday, 04 May 2019 16:24

Sen. Collins comments on Mueller probe

CASTINE - Senator Susan Collins said she's relieved the Mueller report found no conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Friday, 03 May 2019 15:36

Lawmakers look to aid rural hospitals

AUGUSTA - A bill to prevent rural hospitals and healthcare clinics from closing has bipartisan support on the state level.

Thursday, 02 May 2019 17:06

Children's Cabinet reinstated

AUGUSTA - A collaborative effort by state agencies is trying to improve the lives of Maine's kids.

AUGUSTA - Some state legislators want to expand who can legally provide abortions in Maine.

AUGUSTA - Columbus Day is now Indigenous Peoples' Day in Maine. Tribal chiefs and state legislators said they hope this can be the first step in better tribal education, and better tribal and state relations.

Thursday, 25 April 2019 17:37

Honoring Corporal Cole, one year later

NORRIDGEWOCK - One year to the day Corporal Eugene Cole, of the Somerset County Sheriff's Department, died in the line of duty, his community is making sure his legacy is never forgotten.

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