Sean Evans

Sean Evans

Reporter

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

  Nearby businesses hoping construction finishes on schedule for Tomochichi Federal Building

  Proposal for new hotel could force Abe’s on Lincoln to relocate

  Effingham Co. Sheriff’s Office issues holiday travel safety reminder

  Classmates, teachers reflect on life of 5-year-old Bluffton boy

  Savannah firefighters using blighted houses for training

  Chatham County Legislative Delegation meets with local groups

  Savannah’s Litter Clean Team kicks off, giving the homeless job opportunities

  ‘Waving Girl’ statue to move from Morrell Park to west end of River Street

  Savannah city council approves 2020 budget

  SPD looking to make progress, add officers in year-end look at public safety

  Canned food drive excusing parking citations in Savannah

  Craig Harney laid to rest after final journey through Savannah

Savannah Mayor, District 6 Alderman to be decided in Tuesday’s Runoff Election

  City leaders remember WTOC Creative Services Director Craig Harney

  Air travelers encouraged to monitor flights even with no direct weather impacts to Savannah

  GSP watching trouble spots during holiday traffic

  GDOT’s CHAMP service preparing for holiday traffic

  Woman wakes up with intruder on top of her, second incident in area this year

  ‘Lady and the Tramp’ brought millions of dollars to Savannah

  Chatham Emergency Services rolls out new billing software that could change subscription costs

  Chatham County Commission approves funding for Public Defender’s, DA’s Office

  As theft from auto cases fall, guns stolen from unlocked vehicles rise in Chatham Co.

  Effingham Co. sees third industrial park groundbreaking in less than a year

  Multi-agency resource center ‘The Front Porch’ nears one year anniversary, looks to expand services

  Firefighter’s truck stolen while it was parked at fire station

  State, local leaders meet to discuss Driver’s Ed implementation

Savannah’s 2020 budget includes widening of Benton Boulevard

  Savannah City Council appoints members to critical board openings

  One step closer to finalizing the 2020 Savannah budget

  Savannah’s 2020 proposed budget released