Carolyn Callahan joined the TV5 news team in June 2010.
Carolyn anchors TV5 News at Noon, TV5 News at 5, and is also a general assignment reporter.
A native of Woburn, Massachusetts she is no stranger to Bangor, as she previously spent two years as a reporter and fill-in anchor at another local tv station.
Carolyn graduated from the University of South Carolina with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
When she's not in the newsroom you can find Carolyn cheering on the New England Patriots and Carolina Gamecocks.
A local business is doing something to try and reduce the number of accidental shootings in our area.
For its 20th anniversary, the Bangor Ballet is putting on some special performances.
A Calais man has been found guilty of sex crimes against a young girl.
Bangor police have arrested a man in connection with a bomb threat in Pickering Square.
Maine State Police are investigating the suspicious death of a man whose body was found in Vassalboro.
A Bar Harbor based non-profit is putting on a benefit for victims of the typhoon in the Philippines.
Thursday, November 21, TV 5 is hosting its annual Turkey Telethon to help feed hungry families in the area.
There was a fire Wednesday afternoon at Tate’s Strawberry Farm in Corinth.
An animal shelter in Thomaston is closer to getting a new facility, thanks to a matching grant.
A crash in Enfield sent two people to hospitals.
A Hallowell man has been indicted by a Waldo County Grand Jury in connection with a reported road rage incident.
The driver in a fatal 4th of July crash in Thorndike has been indicted by a Waldo County Grand Jury.
A Husson University student was killed Monday afternoon in Bangor.
A Bangor woman who killed her boyfriend, is allowed to leave the mental health facility she’s sentenced to, for a few hours a day.
An Academy Award nominated documentary will be shown at Husson University.
It was a celebration of small business at a gathering Monday in Bangor.
” The Anonymous People” is a documentary that tells the story of addiction and recovery.
We’re learning more information about the death of a young woman in Augusta.
A Bangor church is hoping to get you into the holiday spirit this weekend.
If you’re a Bangor Hydro or Maine Public Service customer, your electric bill might go up soon.