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.
This week is all about hundreds of teens doing soft skill training, anything from interactions in the workplace to managing their own finances once they start earning that paycheck before they report to their jobs next week.
The Warrant Segment on the Bloomingdale Police Department’s Facebook page has been quite the force multiplier with more than half of the warrants posted on that page being cleared in about a years time.
The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System is at the center of a civil suit. The lawsuit claims the district didn’t do enough to keep a 10-year-old student from being raped on a school bus back in 2017.
An Effingham County Deputy was laid to rest on Wednesday after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was described today by those who knew him best as a deputy’s deputy, someone who gave his all to serve his country and community.
Multiple days of triple-digit heat can take a toll on a lot of things, including the roads we use daily. The potential for heat-related road problems is something engineers are keeping a close eye on in Chatham County.
We are in the middle of what's called the Stop the Threat campaign in the area ... and if you haven't already, you'll see an more of the MCCD vehicles with motor carriers pulled over making sure they're driving safely.
The air conditioning unit is one of the hardest working appliances when it gets this warm outside and depending on how well insulated your home is, or how low you have your thermostat set, it could be running the majority of the day.
It's been about a year since Chatham County revamped the process of getting a weapons carry license .. wiping out a backlog that kept people waiting for months. That process now takes about a week, and it's now proving to be a steady revenue stream for the County.
“Don’t feel bad for us," said one pedicab driver. "But none of the pedicab drivers in Savannah get paid hourly. So if we’re sitting here, we’re not making money. So the more rides we get, the better it is for us