Ann McGill

Professional experience: 2001-present WCSC 1994-2001 WGHP Greensboro - High Point, NC 1991-94 WTQR-WSJS Winston-Salem, NC 1989-91 WDXZ, Mt Pleasant 1987-89 WCOS, Columbia Awards: 2001- Best Newscast, SC Associated Press, Broadcast Division (Bill Sharpe also named for this award) 2005- Consumer Spirit Award, South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs 2009- Outstanding Community Service, Moja Arts Festival 2010- Community Service Award, Charleston Trident Urban League 2010, 2011- Best News Anchor as voted by the fans of the Black Expo 2013- Inducted into the Williamsburg County School District Hall of Fame 2016 - Second Place RTDNAC Award in Health/Medicine Category News philosophy: Let the story tell itself. Education: BA Journalism, University of South Carolina 1987 Place of birth: Nesmith, SC Family: Married to my high school friend, Gregory. We have two sons, Khristopher and Nicholas, a daughter Yakima, a grandson, Jaxson and a boxer named Belle. Hobbies/Interests/Community Involvement: Spending time with family, volunteer work, reading Favorite books and movies: Books: Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston Movies: Too numerous to name Likes best about the Lowcountry: My family and friends are close by, southern hospitality and great food. Most interesting assignment: Covered Oprah Winfrey and Prince Charles in Charleston following Hurricane Hugo. Most interesting interview: A story about a man whose face was torn off during a tree cutting accident. He almost died, but instead of worrying about his own life, he hid his face from his wife because he didn't want that to be her last vision of him. I was deeply moved by his love for his wife. Fortunately, doctors were able to reconstruct his face and his recovery went well.

Recent Articles by Ann

  Everyday conveniences are coming to Camp Hall for Volvo workers and others

  The Charleston Wine + Food Festival is expected to bring big bucks to the Lowcountry

Free shred event will give Lowcountry residents a chance to get rid of old documents

Hemingway High boys play for state basketball title

  Kingstree native and husband have 11 children, and counting

  Exoskeleton technology is getting a trial run at Boeing to make workers’ jobs less strenuous

  Operation Finally Home builds free home for soldier in Summerville

  Heart patients celebrate at Trident Medical Center

  State Treasurer’s Office says people found big bucks during Claim Your Cash Phone Bank

  West Ashley business owner gets unclaimed cash from state treasurer

  Non-profit gives those in the Lowcountry who can’t see an opportunity to earn paycheck

More local concerts planned to benefit hurricane victims in North Carolina

Actress of Star Trek: Discovery says season two won’t disappoint

  Charleston man nominated for Stellar Awards

Holly Hill church hosting a coat giveaway to help those in need

Beaufort International Film Festival will honor Summerville woman

  Dorchester County offers free training class for manufacturing jobs

Tri-county companies hiring, looking to fill more than 1000 job openings

  The process, price of becoming a US citizen

  North Charleston students wait to learn what disciplinary actions they could face after fight at school