Gabrielle Williams

Gabbie joined the WECT team in May 2017. Starting out as an Associate Producer for the evening shows, Gabbie now produces and reports traffic for Carolina in the Morning every weekday. Before her move to Wilmington, Gabbie worked at WBTV in Charlotte where she worked as an editor, then making her way up as a producer for the morning shows there. A native North Carolinian, Gabbie grew up in Greensboro where she lived next door to a morning news anchor for most of her life. That’s where her passion for news took off. She graduated from Appalachian State University in May 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in Electronic Media/Broadcasting and a minor in Graphic Design. When Gabbie is not writing scripts, she’s going to the park with her dog Edgar, shopping for home decor, or traveling somewhere with a great view! In her spare time, she’s reading, working out, or trying out a new recipe. Gabbie is thrilled to be in the port city and getting the chance to tell your story. If you see her out, say hello! Have a story idea? Email: You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

Recent Articles by Gabrielle

  Mother’s supporting mothers: The power of positive words

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with true love stories of the Cape Fear

Fitness Fellowship Faith: F3 Cape Fear works to integrate leadership and community into workouts

Free tax assistance for all New Hanover County residents

Don’t neglect your computer: The importance of cleaning it inside and out

Red Cross urging more people to donate during extreme blood shortage

Learn healthy heart habits at “Heart to Heart” event

Kerr Avenue construction expected to wrap up this summer

Foster grandparents program helps build relationships throughout the community

CFCC hosts forum on human trafficking, safety of young people

Brunswick County Schools in need of substitute teachers

Kids can free get dental exams in Brunswick County today

What it takes to prepare food before Super Bowl LIII weekend

Focus on the future: 3rd annual real estate forecast and review

More students and a new space in the future for SEA-Tech High School

Homelessness in the Cape Fear: 2019 Point-in-Time count

How to keep your information safe from hackers and viruses

The Children’s Museum of Wilmington introduces a new exhibit for all things pets

Mobile application center for Hurricane Matthew assistance comes to Brunswick County

Time to bounce: The Port City Ping Pong Throw Down is back