Kayla Hevey

Kayla Hevey

Reporter
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Kayla Hevey joined the ABC 7 and Fox 22 news team in June of 2019.

She is a graduate of Quinnipiac University where she majored in broadcast journalism. While at Quinnipiac, she was a member of the school’s student-run television station, Q30 Television, covering local and entertainment news as an executive producer and host of a lifestyle show. She also gained experience interning at several news stations across Connecticut.

Kayla is from Somers, Connecticut, but some of her best memories are visiting the southern coast of Maine on vacation with her family in York. She’s excited to start her career here in Bangor while getting the chance to explore other parts of the state.

If you see her around, say hi! Kayla can be contacted at [email protected] or on Twitter @kaylahevey.

BANGOR - Kids from all over mixed together food and friendships at a kids culinary camp at Eastern Maine Community College.

BANGOR - More than 50 boys and girls are performing at 7:30 p.m. tonight to kick off St. John's Organ Society's annual Summer Recital Series.

Wednesday, 17 July 2019 17:29

Ways to have fun in the summer sun

BANGOR - With places like the beach, a pool, or a golf course, there are many ways to spend a sunny summer day and have some fun in the sun.

PARKMAN - Fire destroyed a home out in Parkman Tuesday morning.

MONSON - Monson, the town of about 650 people, has a lot of art history hidden within it.

AUGUSTA - The opioid crisis continues throughout the state of Maine. A summit in Augusta brought together people who say they aren't willing to give up the fight.

BANGOR - There have been nearly a dozen homicide cases in Maine so far this year.

BAR HARBOR - The landscape is changing in Bar Harbor. One building is being torn down to protect and expand another one that plays an important role in the community.

SOUTHWEST HARBOR - Flamingos are flocking to Southwest Harbor -- plastic lawn flamingos, that is -- for the annual Harbor House Flamingo Festival.

BANGOR - Penobscot Community Health Care is partnering with the University of Maine School of Nursing, Harrington Family Health Care and Hometown Health Care to help fill the shortage of nurse practitioners in Maine.

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