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.

GREENVILLE - Last Friday, word of a fire aboard the 104-year-old Katahdin rapidly spread through Greenville. People ran toward the boat to help get passengers off safely.

BANGOR - The homeless tent city along the Penobscot River no longer exists.

BANGOR - The man at the center of last month's police standoff in Dixmont appeared in court Monday morning.

BANGOR - In recent weeks, police have seen increased violence at the homeless tent city along the Penobscot River.

STATEWIDE - Another citizens' group is questioning a bill's rejection by the Maine Legislature.

AUGUSTA -  What happens to military veterans when they return to civilian life?

STATEWIDE - This could be an above average year for murders in Maine if the number of violent deaths continues to climb at the same rate it has so far this year.

Wednesday, 18 July 2018 16:37

Pedestrian safety focus of forum

BANGOR - On average, a pedestrian is struck by a motor vehicle every day in Maine.

AUGUSTA - The chances of Maine's election system getting hacked are small but just to be safe, the secretary of state plans to use a portion of a $3.1 million federal grant to tighten cyber security.

STATEWIDE - Fingerprinting and background checks soon will become part of applying for a job in the childcare field.

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