Sean Evans

Sean Evans


Sean Evans joins WTOC as a multi-media journalist coming all the way from the Bluegrass State. He previously worked for the CBS affiliate in Lexington, Kentucky, and got his start in the business in the mountains of eastern Kentucky for a CBS station in Hazard.

Sean is a proud graduate of the University of Kentucky, and will always be a die-hard fan in the Big Blue Nation!

Sean and his wife are excited to call the Coastal Empire home, and are looking forward to all of the adventures the area offers.

Recent Articles by Sean

  United Way of the Coastal Empire continues to help people in need

City gives progress update on construction of Savannah’s new arena

City of Savannah to receive more than $50M in federal aid

New outreach center focusing on Chatham County’s Hispanic community

Local businesses facing challenges finding employees on road to recovery from pandemic

  Jury trials resume in Chatham Co. for first time since pandemic began

COVID causing changes to Easter services for a second year in Savannah

Rape Crisis Center holding virtual events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

  Spring season provides much-needed boost to local economy

Step Up Savannah continues its mission to help people find career paths

  Free landlord-tenant mediation services being offered in Chatham Co.

  SCAD creating workforce housing in Savannah’s Historic District

  Broughton Street seeing upgrades, business turnover

  WATCH: Celtic Cross Ceremony in Emmet Park in Savannah

Mass vaccination site opens in Chatham County

Free mediation service in Savannah for landlord-tenant cases when eviction moratorium expires

  Savannah businesses prepare for St. Patrick’s Day weekend

  New St. Patrick’s Day event to be held on the water in Savannah

  New children’s hospital opens at Memorial Health in Savannah

  A closer look at SPD’s Downtown Directed Patrol

  Health app coming to Savannah to help underserved communities

  SCCPSS board to review first week of hybrid learning

  Law enforcement agencies face recruitment challenges during pandemic

Commercial burglaries on the rise in Chatham Co.

  Incredible progress on Eastern Wharf construction one year after massive fire

  Savannah Police promote sixteen officers in ceremony Friday

  Honoring the work of the American Red Cross after 140 years of service

  School staff in Ga. eligible for COVID vaccine in early March

  Chatham Co. election official reacts to proposed absentee voter ID law

  S.C. transfers ownership in port project to Jasper Co.