Lyndsey Gough, WTOC11

Lyndsey Gough

WTOC11

Savannah, GA, United States

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Recent:
  • WTOC11
Past:
  • WALB News 10
  • WIS News 10
  • WMBFNews.com

Recent articles by Lyndsey:

Eagles fans happy to be back in Paulson

Capacity was reduced to 25-percent here at Paulson Stadium, but Eagle Nation still showed up and showed out → Read More

Savannah goes bananas for final home game of 2020 season

Thursday night, the Savannah Bananas took the field at Historic Grayson Stadium one last time in 2020. → Read More

Savannah goes bananas for final home game of 2020 season

Thursday night, the Savannah Bananas took the field at Historic Grayson Stadium one last time in 2020. → Read More

Jasper County School District not participating in extra-curricular, sports for fall

The Jasper County School District students are back in the books, although not in person. → Read More

N.C. golfer wins RBC Heritage tournament

North Carolina pro Webb Simpson won the tournament with a score of -22. → Read More

N.C. golfer wins RBC Heritage tournament

North Carolina pro Webb Simpson won the tournament with a score of -22. → Read More

Teenager shot, killed on Staley Avenue in Savannah

The Savannah Police Department is investigating a deadly shooting that occurred Wednesday evening on Staley Avenue. → Read More

Protesters to meet in Johnson Square for Black Lives Matter rally

People are scheduled to meet in Johnson Square for a Black Lives Matter rally on Sunday. → Read More

Savannah remains peaceful overnight following protests; curfew set to expire at 7 a.m.

There was no word of any major disruptions or vandalism that took place overnight in Savannah. → Read More

Protesters hold peaceful demonstration at law enforcement staging area

Protests moved to the Savannah Civic Center early in the evening where the Savannah Police Department has a command center. → Read More

Ga. man charged for $317M sale of virus masks that didn’t exist

A Georgia man has been charged in federal court with trying to swindle a foreign government out of $317 million in exchange for a huge shipment of masks to protect against the coronavirus that didn’t really exist. → Read More

Kemp to allow bars and nightclubs to reopen in Georgia

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Thursday announced plans to allow bars and nightclubs to reopen, overnight summer camps and summer schools to begin and professional and amateur sports to resume operations and practices. → Read More

Town of Hilton Head passes resolution for masks in all public areas

Heading to Hilton Head Island this weekend? Don’t forget your face mask. → Read More

Town of Hilton Head passes resolution for masks in all public areas

Heading to Hilton Head Island this weekend? Don’t forget your face mask. → Read More

Harvick wins at Darlington as NASCAR returns to racing

This was a 400-mile drive unlike any other in modern day NASCAR. → Read More

Hilton Head beaches opening for general public access

As South Carolina continues to reopen, the town of Hilton Head is lifting more beach restrictions beginning Friday, May 15. → Read More

Hilton Head beaches opening for general public access

As South Carolina continues to reopen, the town of Hilton Head is lifting more beach restrictions beginning Friday, May 15. → Read More

SC restaurant dresses, seats blow-up dolls to maintain social distancing

The restaurant owners say they wanted it to look as full as it could while still observing social distancing restrictions implemented over the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Engineering against COVID-19: Georgia Southern’s Armstrong Campus using 3-D printers to help frontline workers

One professor at Georgia Southern’s Armstrong campus is doing his part in the fight against COVID-19. → Read More

Savannah State University awards late volleyball player posthumous degree

LeAnne Tatum received a Mother’s Day gift from her late daughter, Karissa: her degree from Savannah State University. → Read More