Radio 9 WCME | WCME - Midcoast Maine's News Station
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Midcoast Maine's
News Station

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MIDCOAST MORNING BUZZ

Join us 6 to 9 weekday mornings for a caffeinated cacophony of news,
opinion, wit, wisdom, music and more -- all with a focus on the place
where you live -- Maine's heavenly and dynamic Midcoast!

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Welcome to Radio 9 WCME!

We’re glad you’ve found our website! Take a peek around at our photo gallery and videos of interviews with various guests, and check back often! We’re working hard on our new digital home for WCME and many great new changes will be coming in the next couple weeks.

 

Don’t forget to tune in on your radio or streaming device!

ABOUT US

Radio 9 WCME is Midcoast Maine’s full-service radio station offering listeners a truly unique blend of community news, talk, weather, sports, music, and much more.

TUNE IN

You can find Radio 9 WCME on your radio at 900 AM, and streaming on the web 24/7 at TuneIn.com, and radio9wcme.com.

MORNING BUZZ

We’re the station with the Midcoast Morning Buzz featuring local Midcoast news, weather, and live high school sports.

Tune In

Choose from the different streaming platform options below – Winamp, Windows Media Player, Real Player, or Quicktime. You can also stream directly from your browser by clicking the tunein logo. 

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News & Weather

  • Breaking on WCME: Another gift for BIW

    Another step toward yet another windfall for Bath Iron Works. In Washington, the Senate appropriations committee approves the balance of the funding needed for the construction of an additional Arleigh Burke class destroyer that would be built at the loca...

  • Breaking from WCME News 9: Murder Conviction Upheld

    The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has upheld the murder conviction of 73-year-old Merrill Kimball, convicted last year in the 2013 shooting of Leon Kelley (pictured), who lived in Georgetown. The shooting happened at a bee farm in North Yarmouth. The high ...