Ashley Paul

Ashley Paul

Evening News Anchor/Reporter
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Ashley joined the WVII ABC 7 and WFVX Fox 22 in April 2015. After working as an intern at Fox 29 in Philadelphia, Fox 25 and Channel 7 in Boston, and The Today Show in Australia, she is so excited to officially kick off her career as a reporter here in Maine!

Growing up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Ashley has had an interest in news since anchoring the morning broadcast at her elementary school at the age of 10. Ashley is also a graduate of Boston University, with a degree in Journalism. At BU, she participated in various BUTV programs and reported live from the democratic headquarters during the election day coverage.

When not at the station, Ashley enjoys working out, spending time with family and friends, traveling, and watching movies. She is so excited to enjoy all that Maine has to offer, so if you see her out be sure to say hello!

WINTERPORT- Developing on the Hampden-Winterport town line-- Route 1A is shut down due to a single-vehicle crash.

BREWER- A battle of numbers in Brewer, just one day before the 2017-2018 school budget is set to be voted on.

ETNA- Many of us are interested in the latest fitness trend-- what will help us burn the most fat? Stay the healthiest? Get us in the best shape?

BREWER- The irony was strong Wednesday night at the Brewer City Council meeting, as councilors honored the women's swim team...the same swim team on the list of potential cuts.

BANGOR- Details continue to surface in a short string of robberies along Stillwater Avenue.

Monday night, two people from Connecticut are behind bars.

BANGOR- Just after 4:00 p.m., Bangor police responded to the Dollar Tree on Stillwater Avenue for reports of a robbery.

Monday, 29 May 2017 20:20

Arrest made in TD Bank robbery

BANGOR- Two arrests have been made in connection with the TD Bank Robbery on Sunday.

BANGOR- “Most of us, when we see someone panhandling, have a natural clenching, get out of my space kind of reaction I think,” said Dennis Marble, former executive director of the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter.

BANGOR- Money....while some say it can't buy happiness, it sure is necessary to survive.

Just ask those who have nothing but the clothes on their backs.

AUGUSTA- A bill working its way through the legislature would help create funds to fix Maine's roads and bridges.

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