Devin Martin

Devin Martin

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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

COLUMBIA FALLS- A symbolic new focal point will help commemorate deceased veterans at a house the will serve as a refuge for military families.

Tuesday, 25 June 2019 16:40

Wet weather brings more mosquitos

ORONO - We waited all winter for warm summer days and now they are here. Unfortunately, so are the mosquitoes and we could see a bumper crop.

HANCOCK COUNTY -  Last week, officers from the Hancock County Sheriff's Office began investigating a crime they don't see very often.

AUGUSTA - A trip for some high school Boy Scouts from Massachusetts turned into a rescue mission when they saved the lives of two men whose canoe capsized in the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.

MACHIAS - This week, fisheries experts brainstormed ideas to continue to maintain the ecosystem in Downeast Maine.

AUGUSTA - A newly released report shows Maine is making improvements when it comes to the safety of children.

AUGUSTA - State bonds were the topic of discussions for legislators Monday.

Friday, 14 June 2019 17:07

Island Explorer 20 year anniversary

MOUNT DESERT ISLAND- It's the Island Explorer bus system's twentieth anniversary in Acadia National Park

ORONO - For the past month, University of Maine anthropology students have been excavating a site on the downeast coast .

Tuesday, 11 June 2019 17:49

Acadia National Park wildfire issues

ACADIA NATIONAL PARK - Most visitors to Acadia national park come for the beauty, but some are leaving a trail of destruction.

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