MWC Daily: See You Tomorrow at America on Tap-Eliot, Maine
It's finally here. Tomorrow, Saturday, June 27 it's America on Tap at the Raitt Farm in Eliot, Maine.
You'll be able to sample over 100 craft beers, there'll be food for purchase and entertainment throughout the event. As we get ready for tomorrow, take a look at my Top 5 Beer Jingles of All Time. Do you think I got them right?
'Masshole' has been recognized as an actual word. Check out the some other words that are now listed in the Oxford English Dictionary.
Don't forget to vote!
Two NH Police K9's are in the running for the K9 Hero of the Year Award from the Boston Red Sox. You can vote once per day!
Free Family Fun Saturday at Salisbury Beach
A great day of country music and family entertainment. Check it out our interview with one of the organizers, Kathy Aiello.
Morning clouds, maybe a shower, then afternoon clearing, highs in the mid-70's. Check your 5-day forecast.
Top News Stories
Possible terror attack in France
French authorities say one person has been beheaded in an attack and explosion at a gas factory in the southeastern part of the country. Several other people have been wounded. Officials say banners with Arabic writing were found near the body. French officials say the attack began mid-morning when a car crashed into the entrance of the factory and into gas canisters, touching off the explosion. Authorities have opened a terrorism investigation.
Fatal hit and run in Newmarket
New Hampshire State Police say a 79-year-old pedestrian has died in a hit-and-run accident in Newmarket, and a car matching the description was later found in a driveway - with its owner unconscious on the front lawn. Police found Charles Dearborn of Newmarket with life-threatening injuries Thursday afternoon. He died shortly after rescue crews arrived. Authorities determined the vehicle, which witnesses described as a black Volvo, had fled the scene. Police later responded to a report that 44-year-old Peter Wallace was unconscious on the front lawn of a local home. They found his black Volvo with front-end damage in the driveway. Wallace was hospitalized and remains on life support. Investigators determined the car was operating erratically prior to hitting Dearborn.
Today's the day
Today's the day for the annual drawing to select 105 hunters who will be offered a permit to hunt moose this fall. Winners will be selected through a computerized random drawing this morning at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department in Concord. Last year, more than 10,000 people entered the lottery for the chance to win one of 124 permits.
Wake Up Winning
Have a great weekend and we'll see you back here Monday morning with more music, prizes and fun.