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.

BANGOR - It might be called a summer school for firefighters. Or summer camp for first responders. No matter what one calls the Penobscot County Fire Academy, its mission is training future and current firefighters.

BELFAST - A 25-year-old Rockport woman will spend the next 11 years at the Women's Correctional Center in Windham.

STATEWIDE - In less than a week, two recreational boats have struck swimmers on Maine's waterways.

BANGOR - The city's first responders' use of Narcan seems to be reaching a plateau and it might be due to an increase the number of people carrying their own.

Friday, 03 August 2018 13:45

State ends fiscal year in the black

AUGUSTA - The state of Maine ended the 2018 fiscal year with nearly $176 million in surplus funds.

ORONO -  Orono's police department is believed to be the third in the state to make the switch to new and improved bullet-resistant vests.

BREWER - Police say a medical issue may have caused a 76-year-old Ellsworth man to lose control of his truck Wednesday afternoon.

GREENVILLE - The victims of Monday's fatal plane crash in Greenville have been identified. The plane crashed just before 11:00 Monday morning, about a hundred yards from the Greenville Municipal Airport.

AUGUSTA - The LePage administration is asking the federal government to approve a change in air quality control standards.

STATEWIDE - Don't be surprised if you see small packages being dropped from a plane over northeast Maine.

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