Harley Strickland

Harley Strickland joined the news team in the fall of 2017 after a summer internship with WTOC. She is a cum laude graduate of Georgia Southern University majoring in journalism and minoring in public relations. During her time at Georgia Southern, Harley was an anchor and reporter for Eagle News which earned her the Rising Star award and the Lois Scholarship for the Department of Communication Arts. She was active in student media organizations and the National Society of Leadership and Success. Harley was a member of the Miss America Organization for many years. She competed at the state level multiple times and helped raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Her platform is hospice care and she volunteers regularly with patients and their families. Competing in the pageant system helped Harley become more involved with media. She has been featured in national tv commercials and movies. Before working with WTOC, Harley was the reporter for The Produce News, a news source about North American produce. She traveled the United States attending produce shows and reporting the significance of the produce industry. Harley is a native of Tattnall and Evans Counties so she is no stranger to our area. She has grown up watching WTOC and says the staff feels like one big family she has grown up with. If you have a story idea for Harley, email her at hstrickland@wtoc.com.

Recent Articles by Harley

  Evans County investigators warning drivers of fake roadblocks

  Argentine black and white Tegus spotted in Toombs, Tattnall Counties

  Businesses see boom as hundreds of thousands flock to downtown Savannah

  Vidalia man arrested, charged with cruelty to animals

  Evans County celebrates 52nd Rattlesnake and Wildlife Festival

Toombs County woman surprised with dream trip to Disney

  Jeff Davis Co. shows students healthier options with National School breakfast week

  30th Annual National Youth-At-Risk Conference held in Savannah

  Great Savannah Litter Pickup helps Savannah shine

  Fit Kids Fest provides kids with healthy ideas and live demonstrations

  Savannah parents, doctor send ‘Momo Challenge’ warning

  Hardeeville officers respond to massive hotel fire

  Portion of Montgomery Street being changed from one-way to two-way

  Community speaks out after armed robberies at hotel

  ‘Margie’s Law’ would require healthcare facilities to notify patients of dense breast tissue

  Record-breaking great white shark tagged off coast of South Carolina

  Realty group has big plans for vacant building in Starland District

  Irish Festival kicks off season of green

  Valentine’s Day rush keeps local businesses and florists busy

  S.C. bill pushes for Palmetto State teachers to earn national average