TJ Tremble

TJ Tremble

Assistant News Director/Reporter
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T.J. Tremble joined WVII ABC 7 and WFVX FOX 22 in March 2016.

He was raised in Bangor, attended Bangor schools and graduated from John Bapst High School. He attended the University of Maine, studying political science.

He started his news career at the Camden Herald, many years ago. He also worked for the Bangor Daily News in Rockland, Belfast and Bangor.

He entered broadcast journalism as news director for WQCB-FM, Brewer. For Many years he worked behind the scenes in radio and television.

Recently, he worked as a news reporter for Zone Radio Corporation in Bangor [WZON-AM, WKIT-FM and WZLO-FM.

He has received reporting awards from the Maine Press Association, Maine Association of Broadcasters and the Maine Associated Press Broadcasters Association.

He is married, with three adult children and three grandchildren.

Sunday, 02 December 2018 15:30

Waterville fire under investigation

WATERVILLE - A  fire late Saturday night forced two people from their home.


BUCKSPORT - A year ago, the death of a Bucksport toddler was ruled a murder and yet police haven't yet made an arrest. Now, friends of the family say that closure is needed.

SKOWHEGAN - Skowhegan is among the Maine towns having trouble finding snowplow drivers.

Wednesday, 21 November 2018 12:53

Band mates remember slain heavy metal bassist

BANGOR - When Jason Moody died a week ago, Maine's extreme metal music community lost one of its own and his band mates lost a brother.

BANGOR - A local man remains at Penobscot County Jail charged with allegedly murdering a man in Bangor earlier this month.

STATEWIDE - By now, most candidates know whether they won or lost but that's not the case in Maine's 2nd congressional district.

BANGOR - People watching Maine's Second Congressional District race went to sleep without knowing who won, and it could be several days before a winner is announced.

Wednesday, 24 October 2018 09:25

Mainers aiding Florida hurricane victims

BANGOR - More than a week ago, Hurricane Michael whipped across the Florida Panhandle and left behind a path of devastation in its wake.

STATEWIDE - In two weeks, Mainers will head to the polls. Not only will a new governor be elected but voters could set new health care policy as well if Question 1 on the referendum ballot is passed.

BANGOR - U.S. Sen. Susan Collins stopped by the WVII/WFVX studios to talk with Assistant News Director TJ Tremble about the recent ricin scare at her Bangor home and about the current political climate.

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