Carly Blake

Carly Blake

Multimedia Journalist

Moselle, MS

Carly is a native of Philadelphia, MS. She is a proud graduate of Neshoba Central High School. During football season, you can catch her cheering on the Rockets.

She received an associate’s degree in broadcasting communication from Meridian Community College and is currently enrolled at Mississippi State University, where she is working toward her bachelor’s degree.

While in college at MCC, she began working part-time as a production assistant for WTOK-TV in Meridian. After a short time, she was promoted to full-time weekend reporter for the station.

When she’s not working or in class, Carly enjoys spending time with family and friends and traveling to new places. Carly also likes binge watching shows on Netflix.


Recent Articles by Carly

  Town hall meeting at USM brings awareness to underage drinking

  Breast Care Center moves to heart of Merit Health in Hattiesburg

  Boxes to Bahamas: Dorian relief fundraiser held at McAlister’s

  North Forrest VFD Haunted Forest: Providing frights since 1990

  Several changes coming to ACT test in 2020

  Petition to place beer, light wine vote on Lamar County ballot circulates

  Camp Shelby Rails to Trails now open to public

  Petal community holds domestic violence vigil

  Mississippi Task Force III trains for public works emergency

  American Legion celebrates 100 years of service

  Camp Shelby’s impact on the Pine Belt

  City of Petal budget cuts force reduction in library hours

  Cleanup begins at Vikki Layne’s after vandalism

  Hattiesburg police investigating break-in, vandalism at restaurant

  Study shows pets benefit senior citizens health

  Hattiesburg pastor speaks on church vandalism

  Fundraiser held in Laurel to benefit The Glory House

  Dry weather could lead to burn bans later this week

  Two Lamar Co. Volunteer Fire Depts. improve fire rating

  Board approves more road projects in Lamar County

  Lamar Co. Sheriff’s Dept. undergoes advanced handgun training

  Parkland survivor speaks at USM forum

  Tom King Charity Golf Tournament raises money for Diabetes Foundation

  Blood Drive held in memory of Rashod Henry

  City of Hattiesburg adopts fiscal year budget

  Lamar County School District brings awareness to suicide prevention

  26 years later: Angela Freeman is not forgotten

  Trial run for new Jones Co. Schools event security continues

  Petal School District close to finishing one of 4 storm shelters

  Lamar Co. offers white goods drop off service