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.

WINTERPORT - About 200 people laced up their running shoes for a good cause.

BANGOR - The Queen City held several events throughout the community to honor veterans and remember the lives lost.

STATEWIDE - May is Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month.

BANGOR - There's been plenty of controversy over Emera Maine's rate hike request and its effect on its customers, especially senior citizens and others on fixed incomes.

HOWLAND - It's budget time again for towns and cities across our state. The town of Howland is coming in under budget and it's not the first time.

MEDWAY- Firefighters were on scene for much of Monday morning as they battled a house fire.

It's graduation season and age knows no boundaries when it comes to education. That's true for one woman who at 100 received an honorary GED.

In part one of Maine's Trains: Past, Present, and Future, we learned the history of the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad.

In part 2, we a look at a current railroad company in the Bangor area, and the difficulty the area has faced bringing passenger rail in.

BANGOR - Maine is known for its thick forests, lumber and paper products. One crucial element that helped benefit Maine, especially the northern portion, was the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad.

The railroad had an impact on the state, especially when it came to its passenger lines.

BANGOR - The Orono Bog Boardwalk opened for its 16th season.

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