WFEA has been broadcasting continuously since 9:00 a.m. on March 1, 1932, making it New Hampshire's oldest radio station. It has always had the same call letters. During its long life, WFEA has had 10 owners. Saga Communications of New England LLC has operated WFEA since April, 1991. Saga also operates 95.7 WZID FM and 96.5 WMLL FM, licensed to Manchester and Bedford, respectively. Over the years, WFEA had a diversified format evolving into Top 40 in the early 1960s. The format evolved into more of a Hot AC format by the mid-1980s and a straight Adult Contemporary format by 1989. In 1990, the adult contemporary format was dropped in favor of a satellite delivered Adult Standards format.
WFEA broadcast the Manchester Wolves arena football league games before the team folded at the end of the 2009 season, and the University of New Hampshire Sports Network covering football, volleyball, hockey, basketball, etc.
The studios for WFEA are at 500 N. Commercial St. in Manchester, NH and the WFEA transmitter site is located in Merrimack, NH at the original location. WFEA operates with a directional pattern both day and night. One of the towers in the array is the famous diamond shaped "Blaw-Knox" a smaller version of another famous Blaw Knox tower, that of WLW in Cincinnati, Ohio.