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 finding new up new recipes.

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: gabriellewilliams@wect.com. You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

Education:

  • Appalachian State University - Electronic Media/Broadcast Journalism

Recent Articles by Gabrielle

  ‘Love them from a distance’: Local educators finding their way through virtual teaching

  WPD deploys new Community Compliance Unit to enforce ‘stay at home’ order

  Pender County businesses shut their doors under government order

  GLOW Academy feeds hundreds of students each day while schools remain closed

  New Hanover Co. ABC Board announces changes to operating hours for stores

Here is what your county library is offering during the coronavirus pandemic

  Gyms are going virtual to help prevent the spread COVID-19

  Wilmington police arrest three men after Saturday night shooting

  Bladen County NAACP to host community call on COVID-19

  Novant Health to open COVID-19 screening center in Supply

  NHRMC asks for donations of gloves, masks, and other personal protective equipment

Southport state of emergency updated, includes limits on public gatherings and discontinues short term rentals

  How salons, spas are practicing social distancing while hoping to stay open

  Wilmington distillery using facilities to make and give away sanitizer

  ’I don’t know what tomorrow is going to bring’: Wilmington-area restaurants, bars react to new guidelines

  UNCW gives update on self-quarantined athletes, staff

Brunswick County identifies the first presumptive case of coronavirus

Duke Energy suspends disconnections for non-payments amid coronavirus outbreak

  There’s a new way to get rid of vegetative yard waste in Pender County

Couple pleads for return of stolen trailer after rash of break-ins in Bladenboro

  Deputies escort child into school after he was bullied by classmates

  Save Our Hospital group says NHRMC needs to be more transparent

Incumbent, 2 newcomers take democratic nominations for NHC Board of Commissioners

  ‘This is a nightmare:’ family of Pender County crash victim has a warning for drivers

  Lone survivor in triple murder case: ‘I had to play dead if I didn’t want to be dead’

  Woman survived Clarkton triple killing by playing dead, sheriff’s office says

  Columbus County Animal Shelter disputes claims 3 dogs were living in ‘inhumane conditions’

CFPUA customer service and payment software offline until Tuesday

  Polar Plunge benefits Special Olympics Brunswick County

  Leland officials considering raising costs or ending recycling programs