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Maddie Demarte

Maddie Demarte

Maddie is a reporter at 570 NEWS. She can be heard on weekends delivering the region's traffic, and also during the week as a news reporter.

Maddie is a proud graduate of Conestoga College's Broadcast Journalism program, which is where she discovered her love of radio. While in the program, she spent her time anchoring/reporting for the school's radio station, 88.3 CJIQ, as well as the online station, Q2. Maddie also has experience in the TV industry; volunteering with RogersTV and contributing to Conestoga's SpokeTV. She completed her internship at our sister station, Country 106.7, helping out on the afternoon drive and evening shows. From there, Maddie joined the Rogers Radio team in the promotions department in 2017, and most recently joined the news team in October 2018.

Recent Work by Maddie

Family pet dies in hot vehicle

Family pet dies in hot vehicle

Provincial police say the investigation in Simcoe is ongoing and charges are pending
Norfolk resident denies medical treatment after being struck by lightning

Norfolk resident denies medical treatment after being struck by lightning

The incident occurred during a thunderstorm in St. Williams on Saturday morning
Road work for the week of July 13

Road work for the week of July 13

Timelines of projects are subject to change
Central Fresh Market looking for local artists

Central Fresh Market looking for local artists

The market in Kitchener wants to utilize talented artists in the area to revamp the exterior of its building
Spots still available for Kitchener summer day camps

Spots still available for Kitchener summer day camps

Camps in that city begin on July 13
Parking enforcement resumes in Waterloo, Kitchener

Parking enforcement resumes in Waterloo, Kitchener

Bylaw officers will be back on the streets this week
Waterloo Michaels location temporarily closed

Waterloo Michaels location temporarily closed

A termination of lease notice has been posted on the front door of the store
OPP asking public not to leave pets in hot vehicles

OPP asking public not to leave pets in hot vehicles

This message comes after a 33-year-old driver from Norfolk County was charged for leaving the family pet in a car
Region hiring snow plow drivers

Region hiring snow plow drivers

While snow seems like a distant memory during this heat wave, the Region is preparing for the winter months
Heartland Farm Mutual confirms possible data breach

Heartland Farm Mutual confirms possible data breach

The company does not specify when the breach may have happened
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