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

  Sawmill Square Mall to host annual Fireworks Extravaganza

  Wildlife biologist shares tips, facts about snake encounters

Lamar County libraries reopen to public

  Safety tips for shooting fireworks this Fourth of July

  Grand Paradise Waterpark opens with COVID-19 precautions

  Clinic offers services to Miss. transgender community

  Art studio hosts summer camps with COVID-19 precautions

  Car dealerships take precautions against COVID-19

  COVID-19 leads to cancellation of annual Sumrall Fourth of July celebration

  Saharan dust headed for Gulf

  Lamar County starts Purvis to Columbia Road work project

  Hattiesburg Speedway honors first responders

  Mississippi Miss Hospitality Top 10 announced

  Petal passes ordinance prohibiting targeted residential picketing

  Dental practice works to keep patients and staff safe from COVID-19

  Petal mayor calls for Board discussion on targeted protest ordinance

  Lamar County Library System begins summer reading program

  Churches work to host vacation bible school during COVID-19 pandemic

  All girls robotics team promotes ‘girl power’ in STEM field

  Homes of Hope for Children to start walk-a-thon fundraiser

  City of Lumberton begins $2.5 million water infrastructure project

  Lumberton residents upset with alderman after social media posts

  Purvis park open after renovations, pandemic

  Lamar County intersection to be rerouted for driver safety

  Heidelberg community protests for the removal of confederate statue

  USM summer program gets students with disabilities job ready

  Some businesses find ways to survive, improve during COVID-19

  Hospitals continue to take maximum precautions against COVID-19

  Lamar County begins process to build fire training facility

Laurel police seize 10 pounds of pot during traffic stop