Caitlin Andrews joins The Maine Monitor newsroom

The former Bangor Daily News reporter will cover state government, elections and general assignment stories around Maine.

by | September 4, 2022

Graphic by Christina Leonard.

Reporter Caitlin Andrews will join The Maine Monitor this week to cover state government, elections and general assignment stories around Maine. 

Caitlin comes to the Monitor from the Bangor Daily News, where she covered politics, the State House and healthcare for the past three years. Prior to the BDN, she worked at the Concord Monitor and Foster’s Daily Democrat in New Hampshire.

Andrews, a 2014 graduate of the University of New Hampshire, said on Twitter that she has “grown to love and appreciate covering this state.”

“We’re delighted to add Caitlin to our terrific staff. This is an important step for the Monitor as we continue to expand our coverage of the state,” said David Dahl, the Monitor’s editor. 

Caitlin will join award-winning Monitor reporters Samantha Hogan, Rose Lundy, Kate Cough and Barbara A. Walsh. 

She can be reached by email with story ideas at You can follow her on Twitter at @ActualCAndrews.

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