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.

HEALTHY ME: We continue the conversation of volunteering opportunities at Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center. Today we discuss internship opportunities and why they're so important.

HEALTHY ME: Last week we talked about volunteer opportunities offered at Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center, today we invited Joey and Patty Counihan on to talk about therapy animals.

In Augusta Monday morning, a new public school report card system was unveiled.

BANGOR - For Christmas some may want to give a pet as a gift, but some experts say pet adoption should be thought through.

DEXTER - Students at Dexter High School are trying to raise $12,000.00. They've almost reached their goal and it's all to help get clean water to a community.

Monday, 19 November 2018 16:51

Holiday wellness tips

BANGOR - Thanksgiving is only a few days away. We spoke with local health officials to learn ways to prevent getting sick during the holiday.

BANGOR - In Part 2 of the series Sex Trafficking in Maine: Bringing to Light a Dark Truth," we meet a victim of sex trafficking to understand how someone could become trapped.

BANGOR - Human trafficking is a worldwide problem. Several reports show millions of people are victims of both labor and sex trafficking situations.

BREWER - Republican candidate Eric Brakey, running to become a U.S. Senator, was out and making his presence known among voters Tuesday.

ELLSWORTH - The Ellsworth Police Department is giving back to the community and they are doing it in an nontraditional way.

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