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.

BANGOR - The local art community came out Tuesday to spend some money in support of area painters.

BANGOR - A massive car accident Monday evening shut down one of the busiest intersections in Bangor for over two hours.

Saturday, 07 October 2017 22:45

Rangers rush to evacuate burning island

SOUTH TWIN LAKE - Forest rangers rushed to an island on South Twin Lake early Saturday morning.

AUGUSTA - Diners at Margarita's watched Augusta's finest in a situation they wouldn't normally see them.

BANGOR - As Mainers look at their ballot next month, they'll notice Washington isn't the only place dealing with healthcare reform.

Sunday, 01 October 2017 16:08

Police ID body found in burning truck

RICHMOND - Police have identified a body found inside a burning truck in Richmond early Saturday morning.

Saturday, 30 September 2017 22:56

Wardens find body of missing pastor

SPRINGFIELD - Game wardens believe they've found the body of a Caribou pastor missing since July.

Monday, 25 September 2017 22:48

City council imposes psych facility moratorium

BANGOR - The much-debated plans for a new psychiatric facility on Hogan Road are officially delayed.

BANGOR - Tense residents filled city hall and gathered with the council Tuesday to voice concerns over a psychiatric facility proposed by Governor LePage.

Monday, 18 September 2017 22:19

National monument recommendations leaked

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke delivered his recommendations on 27 national monuments to the White House, but not before the document was leaked to the press.

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