Maitlynn was born in Jackson, Michigan and grew up out on Lake LeAnn with her mom, dad and two younger sisters. There she learned a love for classic rock, her personal sense of humor and thought only the coolest people ended up on the radio. With an 'old soul' and support from her family and boyfriend of five years, Maitlynn attended Grand Valley State University for multimedia journalism. From there she worked with the Free Beer and Hot Wings Morning Show in Grand Rapids, Michigan and has now found her way here to WMMQ! Co-hosting alongside Joey Pants in the mornings, she is now one of the cool radio people she wanted to be!
10 Things You Shouldn’t Leave In Your Car On Hot Days
Recently we were told, and shown, why we should not leave our precious hand sanitizers in our cars now that the hot weather is upon us. Here are a few other things...
Jackson Cancels Upcoming Cruise-Ins And Memorial Day Parade
Events in Jackson have been the latest pandemic cancellations as Memorial Day draws nearer.
Meijer Expanding Store Hours
After cutting back their hours in March, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Meijer is extending their hours as of Friday, May 15th.
Jackson Hot Air Jubilee 2020 Cancelled Due To COVID-19 Concerns
A traditional staple for summer in Jackson is the latest event to be cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Lansing Bookstores See Uptick In Online Sales, Thanks To Community
Readers around Lansing have been stepping up and showing out to keep bookstores in our community afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent shutdowns.
Digital Eye Strain: What Is It And What Can Help?
During this period where we have quite a bit of extra time to spend in front of a screen, it helps to know how to keep your eyes safe and healthy.
New Coronavirus Testing Site Opening In Jackson
The Center For Family Health is opening the county's fourth testing site in Blackman Township.
Michigan Village Transforming Into Drive-In Theater
Where are some of your favorite drive-ins?
Jackson Triplets Donate Mask Adapters Throughout America
What started as a hobby for these three teens, has turned in a way to help essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michigan Golfers Take To Courses With Creative Carts
While golf courses are allowed to open under new stay-at-home order guidelines, golfers have had to get creative without the use of riding carts.