Kristen Rary, WTOC11

Kristen Rary

WTOC11

Savannah, GA, United States

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

Recent articles by Kristen:

Hybrid in-person learning begins Oct. 5 for Beaufort Co. students

Beaufort County is officially moving to a hybrid learning schedule. → Read More

Hybrid in-person learning begins Oct. 5 for Beaufort Co. students

Beaufort County is officially moving to a hybrid learning schedule. → Read More

Town of Bluffton selects first female chief of police

After interviewing nearly 100 candidates and narrowing it down, the Town of Bluffton has chosen a new police chief. → Read More

City of Beaufort to discuss panhandling, public sleeping rules

But the ordinance is not limited to panhandling. It also prohibits blocking pathways and sleeping in public areas. → Read More

Beaufort officers to use new restraining device to help reduce injuries

The Beaufort Police Department is trying to expand and stay up-to-date with new technologies. As a result, they have purchased a new device that they hope will reduce injuries in officer-related incidents. → Read More

S.C. DHEC to track how many teachers, students infected by COVID-19

South Carolina state health experts say they will be tracking COVID-19 numbers in schools. Starting Friday, they will post data twice every week showing how many students and teachers are infected by the virus. → Read More

New Hilton Head Island park to offer WiFi, chargers

A Hilton Head project 20 years in the making is in its final stages. → Read More

New Hilton Head Island park to offer WiFi, chargers

A Hilton Head project 20 years in the making is in its final stages. → Read More

Hampton Co. school districts discuss back to school plans

Hampton County’s two school districts are preparing for the new school year. → Read More

Hampton Co. school districts discuss back to school plans

Hampton County’s two school districts are preparing for the new school year. → Read More

Gov. McMaster urging local cities to enact mask mandates

New guidelines from the governor of South Carolina are now in effect. → Read More

Crowds enjoy the beach on Hilton Head Island ahead of Hurricane Isaias

It was your classic Hilton Head beach day at Coligny on Friday and people were all there enjoying the weather. → Read More

Gov. McMaster issues new executive orders for COVID-19

South Carolina COVID-19 restrictions create tough choices for business owners. → Read More

Beaufort County Schools to remain flexible as students return to class

Parents, students, and teachers haven’t been able to step into their school since mid-March. Now, teachers and parents are able to choose whether they want face to face or virtual learning. → Read More

Judge orders mediation in Georgia mask mandate dispute

The judge overseeing a dispute between Georgia’s governor and the state’s capital over restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic has ordered the two sides to try to reach a settlement. → Read More

Online changes for the S.C. Department of Veterans’ Affairs

The South Carolina Department of Veterans’ Affairs is revamping how it operates. → Read More

School seeks exemption from Beaufort mask mandate for first and second graders

The charter school will be the first school in the area to make the request, although the ordinance already allows it → Read More

Visitors suspected of starting HHI dune fire with fireworks

It is illegal to shoot off fireworks on Hilton Head Island without a permit. This past weekend, someone’s celebrations put the environment at risk. → Read More

Busy holiday weekend expected on Hilton Head Island

Tourism is the largest industry on Hilton Head Island and every year July 4 brings massive amounts of revenue. → Read More

Beaufort Co. school district leaders speak about plans for upcoming school year

The state of South Carolina’s Advanced Education Board has released guidelines for next school year. → Read More