Catherine Pegram

Catherine Pegram

Catherine Pegram co-anchors TV5 News at 6 with Jon Small. She joined the TV5 news team in June of 2005 as the co-anchor of the station's one-hour weekday newscast, TV5 News at 5. This is her second television tour of duty in Bangor. Catherine started her broadcast career in 1994 as a producer at WLBZ NewsCenter 2. She eventually moved into a reporter position there. Catherine left Bangor in 1998 for a morning anchor/reporter position in Pensacola, Florida. In 2000, she moved to Oklahoma City where she worked as a fill-in anchor/reporter for KWTV News 9.

Catherine is originally from the Kansas City, Missouri area - Independence to be exact. But Maine has quickly become her second home. This is where she met and married her husband, Jeff Solari - a native of Bar Harbor and former sports broadcaster. And it's here, in February 2009, that they gave birth to their twin daughters, Caitlin and Ainsley. The instant family of four is happy to call Bangor home.

Recent Stories by Catherine Pegram

Cutler Man Charged with Manslaughter Back in Court on Other Charges
Man Involved in Stabbing at Bar Fight in Lubec Pleads Not Guilty
Preps Underway for Neighborhood Block Party in Chapin Park
2 from Gardiner, Fairfield Charged with Child Porn; Separate Cases
Three Teenagers Charged with Arson Fires on Rockland Waterfront
Bangor Man Accused of Stealing Car, Taking Off on I-95 Held w/o Bail
Free Concert in Bangor July 28th Features Young Artists
Blood Drive July 28th at Hollywood Casino in Bangor
Safety Concerns for Children Force State to Order Bucksport Daycare to Close
NY Man Arrested Again in Bangor for Drug Charges; Ellsworth Woman in Jail, Too
Fire Destroys Boats, Damages Another at Eastport Boat Building Co.
Former “Maine State Police Legendary Trooper” Dies at 87
Convicted Drug Deal Accused of Funneling Heroin into Hancock Co.
Report Blames Gov’t Shutdown for Drop in ANP Visitors, Money
Company Committed to Wood Pellet Plant in Millinocket, Despite Funding Loss
Farms to Open Barns and Gates to Public on Sunday
$30 Million Investment on the Way to Athens Biomass Plant
Community Coming Together in Pittsfield After Death of Teenage Boy
Demolition Underway of Old Oil Tanks in Hampden

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