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 battle between drug dealers and police is dangerous for more reasons than you might realize. But recently cops were given a leg up in the never-ending battle.

GOULDSBORO - A standoff with the state police tactical team ended as well as it could Tuesday evening.

Saturday, 24 June 2017 20:12

Rider dies in Orono motorcycle crash

ORONO - One person is dead after a motorcycle accident in Orono Saturday morning.

HOULTON - Police are investigating a bizarre accident in houlton involving an ambulance on its way to a call.

STATEWIDE - Boating deaths have reached double digits so far this year. Authorities say half of those deaths involved alcohol, and could have been prevented by taking the right precautions.

Monday, 19 June 2017 18:33

Lobster season off to slow start

BASS HARBOR - It's been an unusually cold start to the summer on the coast of Maine, and it's not just impacting your day at the beach.

BAR HARBOR - Residents from the town of Bar Harbor voted Tuesday to allow large ships to dock in the harbor.

BANGOR - At the top of the Bangor City Council's agenda Monday, the chamber made a proclamation stating the city supports diversity and rejects discrimination.

Saturday, 10 June 2017 22:32

Injured hiker airlifted from Acadia

ACADIA NATIONAL PARK - A scary afternoon in part of Acadia National Park Saturday.

Saturday, 10 June 2017 22:20

14-year-old boy drowns in Aroostook River

FORT FAIRFIELD - The Maine Warden Service says a 14-year-old boy from Fort Fairfield drowned while swimming in the Aroostook River Saturday evening.

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