Jack Hilton

Jack Hilton

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Jack Hilton joined WVII ABC 7 and WFVX Fox 22 in March of 2016. He was born in Montreal, Canada but was raised in the sunshine state, Fort Lauderdale before graduating cum laude from Husson University with a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications.

Born in a famous boxing family, Jack set off toward a different career path, after the mysterious death of his uncle, Arturo Gatti, who is in the Boxing Hall of Fame.

With a heart for people, he is always looking to meet and tell the stories of those in the community. He is charismatic, funny and down to earth.

When not on the air, he enjoys spending time with his lovely wife, his parrots and attending church. He's also a huge fan of TV series such as Buffy, Friends and The Office.

If you have any story ideas or want to talk about tv shows, contact him at [email protected] or tweet him @News_JackHilton

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School Counselor received a special assembly

HAMPDEN - A school counselor at George B. Weatherbee School received the biggest recognition of her life and no, we're not talking about her becoming Maine's School Counselor of the Year. For her, it was standing in front of her peers and students on Tuesday, as they told her how much she means to them.

2nd Annual "Couches Don't Count" rally to help homeless youths

BANGOR - While the holidays are an exciting time for many be with loved ones, some people are left looking for their next place to sleep. Those at Shaw House are holding their 2nd Annual "Couches Don't Count" rally this weekend to raise awareness about youths doing whatever is necessary for temporary housing.

Mary Mayhew tours Bucksport

BUCKSPORT - The town of Bucksport was in the spotlight earlier this week. Town officials, educators and local business owners got a chance to voice their concerns and possibly bring change.

Community members walk for warmth

BANGOR - With heating oil costing 10 percent higher than last year, people could be expecting to pay over $1,200 to heat their homes and the cost is only increasing. But a few samaritans are looking to help families in need.

Impact of Pornography - part II

BANGOR - Pornography is viewed by billions of people. For many, viewing pornography is not a big deal because, according to research, almost everyone has either viewed or used pornography at some time in their life. But for the Robinson's, it's proven itself detrimental to their marriage.

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