Kelly Mitchell

Kelly Mitchell

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Kelly Mitchell joined the news team in March of 2018. She grew up splitting her time between York, ME and Haverhill, MA, but her favorite childhood memories took place along the rocky coast of southern Maine. She's now excited to explore other parts of the state.

She graduated from Suffolk University, where she got her first taste of journalism covering the Boston Marathon bombing trial live from the courtroom. She spent the end of her college career working as a writer at WHDH in Boston.

An avid traveler, she's visited ten countries and used to live in Spain. When not working, Kelly can be found reading with a coffee, out with friends, or wandering by the ocean.

Got a story idea? Reach her at [email protected] or send her a message on twitter at @kmitchell_news.

Saturday, 25 May 2019 17:50

The Summit Project convoy takes off

HERMON - A convoy of bikers, Maine State Police, and more are escorting more than 70 stones engraved with the names of fallen military members to the Millinocket region.

PITTSFIELD - Veterans have said a local skydiving program has bettered their lives, helping them adjust to life back home. The adrenaline-based program has grown to include more people.

STATEWIDE - Millions of people are expected to travel through New England this holiday weekend, and officials are warning drivers it could take twice or three times as long to travel compared to a normal day.

HANCOCK - A Hancock Grammar School teacher was honored Thursday night for 50 years on the job.

Friday, 17 May 2019 16:29

School civil rights team conference

AUGUSTA - A statewide conference got students thinking about how to respect differences in others, and make their schools a better place.

ELLSWORTH - The Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce was getting down to business Thursday evening with their annual awards night.

AUGUSTA - This week is National Police Week, and at a memorial by the Maine State House Thursday, Mainers gathered to honor the state's fallen law enforcement.

Wednesday, 15 May 2019 16:05

Students raise money for wounded veterans

AUGUSTA - Walking to help the wounded, that's how almost 200 students at Saint Michael School in Augusta spent their Wednesday.

BANGOR - Senator Susan Collins said she's working in Washington, DC to lower the high cost of prescription drugs.

Saturday, 11 May 2019 16:54

Hundreds graduate from Husson University

BANGOR -  About 810 students can now say they are Husson University graduates.

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