Terry Stackhouse

Terry Stackhouse

Terry Stackhouse joined the WABI news team in September of 2012. He comes from Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, and previously interned as a multi-media journalist with the Boston Herald newspaper and as an anchors assistant with New England Cable News.

He graduated from Emerson College in the Spring of 2012 with a B.S. degree in broadcast journalism. While at Emerson, Terry was involved in a number of on-campus activities and organizations including The Emerson Channel, EIV News, and ETIN Radio. He produced and hosted the Emerson Channel’s flagship morning show Good Morning Emerson and also anchored and reported for EIV News. He also ran cross-country and served as a team captain during his Senior year.

During his Sophomore year, Terry was selected by MTVu to cover the 82nd Annual Academy Awards. While in Los Angeles, he interviewed names such as Oprah Winfrey, Sandra Bullock, and Steve Carell. Terry was also chosen by FOX Sports Network to cover the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in San Francisco.

In his spare time, he enjoys running, watching baseball, and spending time with his dog “Fatima”. His dog is named after the summer camp where Terry spent over a decade camping, and later working as a counselor.

Terry is thrilled to be a part of the WABI TV 5 news team.


Recent Stories by Terry Stackhouse

Bangor Budget Challenges Discussed at Workshop
Fire Destroys Brownville Family’s Home
Locals Discuss National Park Proposal for Katahdin Area
President of Boston’s Federal Reserve Bank Speaks in Bangor
Bangor Triple Murder Suspects to be Tried Together
State Police Raid Two Suspected Prostitution Rings
Knox County Jail Guard Accused of Sexually Abusing Inmates
Meth Bust in Fairfield
Online Security Bug Could Compromise Your Personal Information
Former Knox County Jail Guard Indicted on Sexual Assault Charges
Resource Night Designed to Bolster Business in Sebasticook Valley
CPR & First Aid Seminars Scheduled in Ellsworth
Spring Senior Expo Coming to Waterville
Free Financial Planning Event in Dover-Foxcroft
Kenyan Woman Sentenced for Role in Marriage Fraud Ring
Eddington Moratorium Blocks Quarry
Hampden Councilors Hope Meeting Ends Pledge Controversy
Lynyrd Skynyrd & Bad Company Coming to Bangor
Englishman Sentenced on Child Pornography Charges

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