Bridget comes to the Tennessee Valley from Virginia.
Bridget is excited to call northern Alabama her home! She knew journalism was right for her after anchoring the morning newscasts at her high school.
She studied Broadcast Journalism at the University of Maryland. Go Terps! While at school she spent a semester interning at WUSA9 with the Special Assignments Unit where she got to experience first-hand the hard work that goes into being a journalist.
During her senior year of college she was an anchor and reporter for UMD’s Capital News Service and spent much of her semester on Capitol Hill.
When Bridget is not out reporting, you can find her exploring downtown Huntsville or searching for a great cup of coffee. She is excited to start her journalism career in Rocket City!
The Huntsville City Council meeting Thursday night took an unexpected turn during public comments.
Huntsville City Schools is offering a tutoring program for elementary students after school, free of charge!
Heading back to school in person could not only positively affect your child's education, but mental health as well.
Huntsville's explosive growth brings with it an expanded and diverse population, new neighborhoods, and job opportunities, of course.
Retaining and recruiting staff is the goal for Huntsville City Schools ahead of the coming school year.
Kids are just weeks away from returning to the classroom and this weekend is a great time to get them stocked up on their school supplies.
Huntsville City Schools gears up for a new school year as new teachers started orientation Tuesday.
Marshall County Schools is helping more of their students get protected against COVID-19 by partnering with a nurse practitioner to hold vaccine clinics this week.
The trial for Christopher Henderson moved to the penalty phase Friday after jurors heard from several witnesses about the now-convicted killer.
A jury has found Christopher Henderson guilty of murder for the killing of five people in a New Market home in 2015.