Kristen Rary is the Lowcountry Reporter for WTOC. She is an Atlanta native and joined the WTOC team in June of 2019.
While at The University of Georgia, Kristen earned a Bachelors in Journalism and a Bachelors in Political Science. She also reported and anchored for UGA's Grady Newsource. While in school Kristen was awarded a Hearst award for her work covering deaf accessibility and limitations at the University. She was also named a Deborah Norville Scholar for her political coverage leading up to the 2018 midterm elections.
Prior to her work at WTOC, Kristen spent time in newsrooms such as Atlanta's WSB-TV and D.C.'s WRC-TV, where she learned the skills she needs to report on the Lowcountry and greater Savannah area.
Kristen is excited to get to know the people of Savannah and South Carolina, so if you see her around please stop and say hello! She loves to learn more about people, and definitely won't turn down restaurant suggestions!
If you have any tips that you think Kristen should investigate, please email her at email@example.com.
The SCAD Savannah Film Festival wrapped up this evening with a screening of ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’ the new film about one journalist’s experience with the famous Mr.Rogers- or as he likes to call him, Fred.
Hilton Head Island is looking to revamp its parks and recreation amenities. They are looking for community involvement to make sure the changes they are making will actually help the community and make the island a better place to live.
Places in the Lowcountry saw a lot of wind and some downed trees during Hurricane Dorian, but not a lot of rain. Since this weekend’s forecast is changing that, Bluffton officials are preparing just in case.
The mayor of Hilton Head Island has accepted an invitation to go to the White House this week to go to a meeting that will honor the Italian president and his wife. The mayor says this could have huge benefits for the island.