Good Luck in South Carolina, Elizabeth!

By: Bruce Layman Email
By: Bruce Layman Email

It's a bitter-sweet day for the staff at WTAP.

June 20th was the last day Elizabeth Green will be delivering our weeknight news at 6 and 11.

Elizabeth started at WTAP-TV in January 2006 as a nightside reporter. Later that year, she took on the additional duties of anchoring WTAP at Five. Finally, she was promoted to become the anchor of WTAP News at Six and WTAP News at Eleven, where she's served for the past year and half.

In her time here, Elizabeth has showcased dozens of children in need of a home with her monthly Wednesday's Child segment. Elizabeth's also worked with area schools in WTAP's monthly Golden Apple Awards.

Elizabeth will be continuing her television career as a reporter and producer at a television station in Charleston, South Carolina. Elizabeth's husband, Nathan, will be teaching at a middle school in Charleston, as well.

You can see some of the photos we took of Elizabeth's going-away party below.

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  • by Mike Location: Parkersburg on Aug 3, 2008 at 05:53 PM
    Dear Elizabeth, Your absence is a real loss but can't blame you for moving to that area as it is a beautiful place to be. You were simply the best and we wish you and yours the same.
  • by Millie Location: Marietta, OH on Jul 7, 2008 at 03:27 PM
    Just returned from being out of town and learned that you are leaving WTAP. You rank with the top anchors I have seen in Columbus, Cleveland, and during my five years in Marietta - always a professional. Best of luck.
  • by judy Location: belpre on Jun 22, 2008 at 12:29 PM
    Good luck to Elizabeth and her husband. We will miss her. She was good newsperson and very professional at her job.
  • by phs student Location: parkersburg on Jun 22, 2008 at 07:16 AM
    good luck!!! tell nate he has been a great help at phs and we are really glad to have him at phs as a substitute. he was really outgoing and really good looking. thanks for all the help with the track team. you will be greatly missed
  • by okey blosser Location: parkersburg on Jun 21, 2008 at 07:48 PM
    i hate to see you go.good luck to you and you`r will be missed.
  • by Marty Location: Parkersburg on Jun 21, 2008 at 11:36 AM
    Good luck! Sorry to see you go.
  • by Woody Location: Nicholas on Jun 21, 2008 at 04:56 AM
    Thanks for everything Elizabeth. You will be missed here in the MOV - and I'm 100% certain that you will be a great asset to those in your new position. It appears that they win down south and we weep at your departure here in the MOV. God speed to you. (From the MOV American Legion Riders)
  • by Brittany Location: Charleston SC on Jun 21, 2008 at 12:56 AM
    good luck in charleston, i have lived here for 2 years and the scenery is beautiful, and great beaches. Beware of the locals driving habits, they rarely use turn signals, and they'll cut you off, within an inch of hitting your car.
  • by SW Location: Parkersburg on Jun 20, 2008 at 06:17 PM
    Hate to see you go but, good luck in Charleston!
  • by Cheryl Location: Charleston, SC on Jun 20, 2008 at 06:10 PM
    Welcome to the land of sand and hot weather! Charleston is a great place to live. We moved from the Parkersburg area 8 years ago and love it here.
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