Wayne Harvey

Wayne Harvey

In January 1993, Wayne started an internship in the TV5 Sports Department. 15 years later he returned to WABI in the News Department.

In February 2008 he joined the TV5 News team as a reporter and in June became the co-anchor of the Morning News.

In between Wayne has worked at WZON the all sports radio station in Bangor, and WLBZ TV as their sports director.

He also is the voice of the harness racing at Bangor Historic Track since 2000, and in 2009 became the host of the Black Bear Insider a half hour show focusing on UMaine athletics airing here on WABI TV5 bi-weekly during the school year.

Wayne is very involved in the Bangor community when he's not at work. He coaches girls youth soccer teams on both the travel and rec program levels in the spring and fall. In 2009 he started a charity WIFFLE ball tournament to benefit the Make A Wish Foundation of Maine. It's held the third Saturday of August each year as hundreds of players from around the state and New England show up in Bangor to compete for the trophy and to raise money for kids in Wayne's WIFFLE for A Wish.

To learn more about the tournament or to see pictures and videos from past years visit (www.wiffleforawish.com)

Wayne and his wife and their three daughters live in Bangor.


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