Tiffany is a proud mother and Carolina girl, born and raised in Fayetteville. She began her media career in high school, where a summer internship blossomed into an eight-year career at The Fayetteville Observer.
She attended school at Methodist University and transferred to UNC-Pembroke, where she earned her broadcasting degree and discovered her passion for producing.
She graduated in December 2013 and 15 days later, she became the proud mother of a beautiful baby girl.
Tiffany grew up around broadcast media, with both parents in the field. Her mother, Omega, is a radio personality in the Fayetteville area. Her dad, Darvin, retired as a television news photographer in the state’s top market.
She has lived in North Carolina her entire life and is a die-hard fan of the Carolina Panthers.
Oak Island town council voted 3-2 at its meeting Tuesday to choose NC Parking as the company to run the paid parking program. An ordinance to regulate police response to false alarms and implement fines for violations was also approved.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation has started construction on a permanent bridge after Hurricane Florence caused the largest washout in North Carolina at the New Hanover and Pender County line.
A man from Myrtle Beach has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the overdose death of a woman whose body was dumped in Columbus County in December 2017, according to a release sent by the South Carolina U.S. District Attorney’s office Friday.