Cindy Campbell is the News Director for Townsquare Media in Bangor and is a co-host of the Q-106.5 Morning Show. After a brief stint with a station that played instrumentals, Cindy became part of the Q-106.5 family at the age of 25, playing the Country Music she loves. She added news reporting to her duties about 10 years ago and enjoys sharing information, as well as music and fun each morning with the people of Maine. Cindy lives in Orrington and loves dogs and fishing.
Maine Camp Owner Says a Missing Man on Moosehead Was in His Cabin
A snowmobiler who went missing on Moosehead Lake in a wind storm is safe after spending the night in a nearby cabin.
Maine Man Accused of Lacing Ice Cream with THC in New Hampshire
A Maine man is accused of lacing supermarket ice cream packages with THC in New Hampshire.
Police Investigating an Incident Near the County Road in Milford
Maine police agencies are investigating an incident that happened Wednesday in Milford.
Waterville Police Identified a Man Whose Body Was Found on a Bus
Waterville Police have identified the man found dead on a school bus and the cause of his death.
Bangor Police Say a Person Laying in the Road Wasn’t Hit By a Car
Bangor Police say reports of a person who had been hit by a car were mistaken, although there was an injured person in the street.
Maine Woman Subject of a Civil Rights Complaint After 2 Incidents
A woman who allegedly hit a man with a pumpkin and threatened a woman with a knife is at the center of a Civil Rights complaint.
Maine Officials Seize 400+ Illegal Pot Plants and Rescue a Dog
The Somerset County Sheriff's Office has found another illegal grow house in Madison, this time with a dog in need of help.
We Love This Elegant Maine House That Feels Like a Luxury Cruise
Take a walk through this luxurious modern home for sale on the coast in York that has an elegant cruise ship feel on its oceanside.
6 People Face Charges After Brewer Police Seize Drugs and Guns
Brewer Police arrested six people on a variety of charges after a house search resulted in the seizure of fentanyl and other drugs, as well as firearms.
Waterville Schools Closed After a Dead Body Was Found on a Bus
Waterville Schools canceled classes on Monday after a deceased person was found inside one of the Jr. High buses.