David Guildford

David Guildford

Weekend Anchor/Reporter
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David joined the news team in March of 2017. First and foremost he is a proud Mainer. Before reporting for ABC7 and FOX22, he interned at WLBZ2 in Bangor, and attended the University of Maine's journalism program.

David was raised in the western Maine foothills, and has been a lifelong viewer of local Maine news. He hopes to bring this perspective to telling the stories of folks in the community.

When not on the job, David enjoys skiing, snowmobiling, spending time at the family camp on Branch Lake, and playing slow-pitch softball with the other Bangor gym class heroes.

Saturday, 11 November 2017 19:51

Heritage Not For Sale: Part 2

STATEWIDE - There used to be dozens of schools in the state that adopted native american mascots. There are now only three.

Friday, 10 November 2017 18:07

Heritage Not For Sale: Part 1

SKOWHEGAN - People who drive through Skowhegan can tell right away there's a deep history of the presence and culture of Native American tribes.

GARLAND - Multiple buildings were leveled on a plot of land deep in the woods in Garland late Wednesday night.

BREWER - The owner of Twin City Trucks & More is looking for help finding the person who caused around $30,000 in damage Tuesday morning.

OLD TOWN - Two teens were charged Sunday after allegedly chasing another man through Old Town with a BB gun.

Saturday, 28 October 2017 20:47

Body found in burning home

WHITNEYVILLE - Authorities are investigating a suspicious death following a fire that destroyed a mobile home in the Washington County town of Whitneyville early Saturday morning.

Thursday, 26 October 2017 02:01

Groups push for dam renovation to save salmon

THE UNION RIVER - Some of Maine's most precious resources are at risk in Hancock County, according to an agency dedicated to protecting them.

Thursday, 26 October 2017 01:27

Two shot, suspect in custody in Bucksport

BUCKSPORT - A suspect is in custody after two people were shot in Bucksport Wednesday night.

BANGOR - The cities and towns battered by hurricanes this summer can seem like a world away, but that's not how students in Bangor have been thinking.

BANGOR - The Bangor City Council took steps impacting the city for the coming year, and the coming administration.

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