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!

Friday, 20 October 2017 20:50

Pedestrian struck by vehicle in Ellsworth

ELLSWORTH- An Ellsworth man is seriously injured after he was hit by a car Friday afternoon.

GUILFORD- In a classroom at Piscataquis County Community School, writing on furniture and rocking in your chair isn't only allowed, it's encouraged.

KENDUSKEAG- Thrill seekers and Halloween lovers can get ready for the scare of the year.

Sunday, 15 October 2017 14:10

Sunday kicks off Greater Bangor Beer Week

BANGOR- Want an excuse to drink locally brewed beer? Look no further.

BANGOR- Pancreatic Cancer is a disease that is predicted to kill more than 40,000 people by the end of the year, according to the American Cancer Society, and it's a cause that Christina Parrish holds near and dear to her heart.

BANGOR- A room on Capitol Hill- full of the hustle and bustle of members of the senate-- could soon say goodbye to one of its longest residents.

BANGOR- In Bangor, October is also known as Artober.

Wednesday, 04 October 2017 23:46

Machias schools set to reopen following threat

EAST MACHIAS- An American flag flying over an empty Washington Academy Wednesday.

BANGOR- “This isn't what America is supposed to be like.”

STATEWIDE- U.S. Senator Susan Collins released a statement Monday evening in response to the newly proposed republican health care bill.

"I have a number of concerns with the Graham-Cassidy proposal, including the fundamental changes to the Medicaid program, the effect on premiums for older Americans, and the fact that the bill could allow insurers to charge higher premiums for people with pre-existing conditions. In addition, I am very concerned by projections cited by the Maine Hospital Association, which show that the bill would cut Medicaid and other federal health care spending in Maine by more than $1 billion in the next 10 years. I will be examining carefully the forthcoming CBO analysis," said Collins.

We will continue to follow this story as it unfolds.

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