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.

ELLSWORTH- The third Friday in December is recognized as national "Ugly Christmas Sweater Day." Ellsworth amped up the holiday spirit and maybe set a record in the process.

BANGOR - The children at All Saints School in Bangor held a baby shower to help give back to women in the community.

Friday, 01 December 2017 17:13

UPDATE: Deadly crash in Alton

A man from Lagrange has died less than a mile away from where his mother was killed in a crash just a week ago. Now troopers are trying to piece together what happened.

Friday, 17 November 2017 18:18

Holiday electrical tips for decorations

Thanksgiving and Christmas are almost here and with celebrations can come fires.

We spoke with officials who say you need to think about safety when putting up the holiday decor.

STATEWIDE- In the first part of "Children of the Opioid Crisis: The Untold Story," we learned what happens to babies born drug dependent inside the womb.

In part two, we explain the overall effects as they grow and develop as children and what the state is doing about it.

BANGOR - We've all heard how men and women are becoming addicted to opioids, fentanyl, or heroin and overdosing. In Maine what we haven't looked at, is how these drugs are affecting babies and children.

In part one of "Children of the Opioid Crisis: The Untold Story" we explain how opioids are affecting babies and what happens when they're born drug dependent.

BANGOR - A lingerie boutique is expanding and it's not just for the girls.

TRENTON - Making one of Maine's most famous candies is labor of love for a husband and wife duo, but this week has provided some extra challenges .

BANGOR - Tragedies and emergency situations are in the headlines on a regular basis.The time to be prepared to help is before one actually happens, now there is a class being offered that does just that.

Friday, 20 October 2017 14:09

Safety tips for pets during Halloween

BANGOR - Halloween is just around the corner, many enjoy dressing up and getting free candy but experts say it's a good idea to keep pets home and safe.

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