Gabrielle Williams

Gabrielle Williams

Anchor/MMJ

Wilmington, NC

Gabbie joined the WECT team in May 2017. Starting out as a part-time associate producer, Gabbie is now one of WECT’s general assignment reporters and the weekend morning anchor. She puts her heart into every story she tells, but really loves a good consumer/health & wellness piece!

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 with a minor in Graphic Design. There, she was a news reporter and on-air personality for the school’s radio station. Before her move to Wilmington, Gabbie worked at WECT’s sister station in Charlotte, WBTV, as an editor and producer.

When Gabbie is not working, she’s looking for new restaurants to try with her husband, taking her dog Edgar on adventures, or traveling somewhere with a great view. She also enjoys a good mystery book, working out, and trying new recipes.

Have a story idea? Email: gabriellewilliams@wect.com. You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

Education:

  • Appalachian State University - Electronic Media/Broadcast Journalism

Recent Articles by Gabrielle

  ‘It’s not an easy topic’: Surf City council members discuss paid parking

  A grocery store will be back in downtown Wilmington after more than two years

  Wilmington business issues COVID-19 vaccine ID cards

  NCDHHS reports first case of COVID-19 variant in NC

  “It’s just a vicious cycle”: College grads struggle amid pandemic

  A tale of two states: NC musicians flock to SC for gigs while NC bars, restaurants continue to struggle

  NHC Democratic Party hosts food drive in honor of MLK Day

  MLK Jr. quotes hang on banners around downtown Wilmington in lieu of annual parade

Phase 1b of COVID-19 vaccinations is underway in Columbus County

  Putting passion to paper: Columbus County 7th graders write, publish a novel

  Health clinic provides services at little to no-cost to post-9/11 veterans and military families

Starz series “Hightown” is looking for extras for season two

  Wilmington company offers free courses to help minority-owned small businesses excel

  Living with Water: New project to address flooding issues at the Battleship North Carolina

  Wilmington police investigate city’s 22nd homicide of 2020

  Gyms prepare for a new year and new members during COVID-19 pandemic

  Here’s how to recycle your Christmas tree in New Hanover Co.

‘I’m at a loss for words’: Wilmington police investigate Christmas morning homicide

Get your creative juices flowing with new classes at the Cameron Art Museum

Christmas at the Boys and Girls Home of NC during a pandemic

  Participants in Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine trial share experiences

  Local infectious disease expert talks about COVID-19 reinfections, immunity

  Four buildings damaged in Sunday morning fire in Southport

  Crews work to sift and redistribute sand on Oak Island following Hurricane Isaias

  Hope for the holidays: Christmas shops in the Cape Fear plan for a boost in sales

  Carolina Beach hosts a variety of COVID safe holiday programs and events

  False alarm: heating unit smell leads to large fire department response in Southport

  Local businesses use Cyber Monday to reach more shoppers and keep sales up

  Shoppers continue Black Friday traditions under new regulations and safety precautions

  Retail stores prepare for the holiday shopping season under the new, stronger mask mandate