KNOX (WABI TV5) The Knox Booster Club is a small group of about six adults that just keeps coming up with ideas and pulling off miracles.
It all started in this small town about 20 years ago. Someone said to Clayton Larrabee…. Why don’t we build a baseball field? So they did…
FAIRFIELD (WABI TV5) The Lawrence field hockey team is off to one of its best starts in program history.
A new coach has the Bulldogs playing inspired on the field… and a player’s accident has shown them to not take a moment for granted…
PITTSFIELD (WABI TV-5) Jonathan Santiago has become one of the best football players in the state. But, he didn’t always play football. Santiago came to M-C-I from Lawrence, Massachusetts, as a freshman four years ago…
Kimika Forbes is hoping to go from UMaine Ft. Kent to the World Cup stage. She is the goaltender for Trinidad and Tobago and that country is trying to qualify for the 2015 world cup in Canada.
Maine’s annual moose hunting season is underway in the northern reaches of the state, with fewer hunters participating this year because of the impact of ticks.
Maine’s moose season started Monday in eight of the state’s 29 wildlife management districts. The state cut down its number of moose permits from 4,110 last year to 3,095 this year. State officials say winter ticks are among the factors that have culled the moose herd from 76,000 in 2012 to closer to 65,000 now. More than 50,000 people applied for the permits.
This weeks never say never moment salutes a football player that almost missed out on having a career.
Jonathan Santiago didn’t play football until he moved to Pittsfield from Massachusetts after 8th grade.