Cooper Fox is the director of content for Townsquare Media Augusta / Waterville Maine. He was born and raised in the Northern Maine town of Houlton. After graduating high school, Cooper attended the New England School of Communications at Husson University in Bangor. Prior to his current position with Townsquare Media, Cooper worked for radio station and media companies across Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Pennsylvania. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his kids and DJing at events and nightclubs.
How Wildfires in Western Canada are Blocking the Sun in Maine
Depending on where you are in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, or Massachusetts, you may have noticed the skies are looking a little odd. Maybe a little hazier than you would expect for the first part of May. Yeah... What's up with that?
13 Grocery Store Shortages We May See in 2023
Product shortages caused by various factors such as weather conditions, packaging shortages, and pandemic-induced production reductions may persist and lead to unpredictable product availability in stores in 2023.
This Abandoned Ski Area near Lewiston, Maine Seems Frozen In Time
There are some really well-known ski resorts in the mountains of western Maine. Sunday River and Sugarloaf, to name just two. Evergreen Valley doesn't get visitors anymore. It's lost to time.
FDA Grants Full Approval to Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine
According to The Hill, the Food and Drug Administration has given full approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
Take A Look At This Abandoned Sanatorium near Augusta, Maine
A long-forgotten and abandoned tuberculosis sanatarium is sitting quietly in Central Maine.
6 Maine Ghost Towns You Never Knew Existed
When you think about how long the area that we now call the State of Maine has been inhabited, it should not be a surprise that we have a few ghost towns.
This Aging Augusta, Maine Mansion Comes With Its Own Cemetery and Is for Sale
This old colonial home, which has been for sale for years in Augusta, Maine has frontage on the Kennebec River and a 100-year-old cemetery on the property.
7 Missing Maine Women Who Need to Be Found Now
Every few weeks, we get word that another Mainer has gone missing. Here are seven women with cases that are growing cold.
How Did this Mysterious ‘State of Maine’ Ring Wind up in the United Kingdom
The aged ring, which seems to be made from brass (maybe gold?) seems to have the State of Maine seal with the farmer and fisherman etched into the top. It turned up in the United Kingdom.
Why Is Burger King Telling You to Eat a Big Mac?
Ever since the economic problems of 2008, people have been using the phrase "We're all in this together." That has never been more true than in 2020.