Debra Dolan joined the WECT and Fox Wilmington news teams in 2007, after graduating from UNCW. She began her career at the station in the production department and quickly advanced to overseeing the digital content.
She is known in the newsroom as "Web Deb" – managing the content you see on WECT.com and FoxWilmington.com, on the WECT News App and on Social Media. Under her direction, the website has won several awards, including best website from the Radio and Television News Directors Association of the Carolinas.
When she's not behind a computer, Debra is in a different kind of studio – teaching dance at A Leap Above. She is an award winning choreographer with more than 14 years of teaching experience.
She was the coach of the Wilmington Hammerheads dance team for several years and was captain of the UNCW dance team her senior year. Look for her around town tapping her toes!
In her free time, Debra enjoys working out, going to the beach to relax and spending time with her friends and family. She likes to travel when she can and is always eager to learn and try new things.
If you have a story idea, contact Debra at email@example.com.
RTNDAC Division II Best Website 2016
2019 Edward R Murrow Award
University of North Carolina Wilmington, Communication Studies/Journalism
Several restaurants were given pop-up blue tents and signage to place outside their doors in an accessible parking area. The idea is that customers can call in and pick up an order without every having to go inside the establishment.
The community showed up in droves Saturday to honor the sacrifice Specialist Antonio Moore made for his country. People lined the streets of Wilmington with American Flags to pay their respects and show support to his family.
Chances are you’ve seen ads pop up in your feed with the hot products of the season if you’re using social media. It’s easy to get sucked in to make a purchase from one of these sites as they offer some of the most desirable items around, but don’t be fooled - if the offer seems too good to be true
Pack your patience if you’re trying to get around Wilmington this weekend. Drivers can expect delays as runners fill the streets for the annual New Hanover Regional Medical Center- Wrightsville Beach Half & Full Marathon.