Elizabeth Holmes

Elizabeth Holmes

Multimedia Journalist

Charlottesville, Va.

Elizabeth Holmes is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in broadcast journalism and global studies.

Elizabeth is a proud alumni of the UNC Hussman School of Media and Journalism. She was a Stembler Scholar Reporter for UNC Media Hub and had several of her stories aired on media outlets across the state of North Carolina.

She was an anchor and reporter for Carolina Week, a weekly news show broadcasted live from the Hussman School. Elizabeth also wrote for The Daily Tar Heel, an independent student newspaper.

During her college career she interned at WTVD-ABC11 Eyewitness News in Raleigh/Durham and studied Spanish in Seville, Spain.

Elizabeth was born in Chapel Hill, and takes the phrase “Tar Heel born and bred” very seriously. She is an avid basketball fan, concert goer, and dancer.

When she's not chasing a story, you can find her hiking and trying coffee shops around beautiful Charlottesville.

Recent Articles by Elizabeth

Infectious disease expert at UVA Health warns against new Delta variant of COVID-19

The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative to host yard sale Saturday

  Scottsville community rallies around family after house fire

  Albemarle Co. schools making a buzz about bee keeping

  Crozet church using Pro Re Nata Brewery as a sanctuary

  Crozet farms, camps to host full-day adventure tour

  Louisa K9 unit adapting to changing marijuana laws

  ACPS working to expand bilingual team of educators

  Early voting for VA Democratic Primary ends June 5

  Fridays After Five set to return the Downtown Mall mid June

  Parents, faculty, students sign letter to ACPS in support of LGBTQ+, anti-racist curriculum

Monthly rent prices on the rise

Veritas Vineyards and Winery prepping for wedding surge this year

Children and teens could face ‘no mask’ anxiety as restrictions ease

Charlottesville students building outdoor trails and activity spaces

Fluvanna Co. encouraging parents and guardians to choose in-person schooling

VDOT: Rt. 250 rockslide to be cleared by late July

  Church leaders use their background in science to address vaccine hesitancy

Pro Re Nata reducing plastic waste with new reusable cups

City of Promise members starting Black Parents’ Association for Charlottesville City Schools

  Area physician waits for COVID-19 vaccine shipment, says it could curb vaccine hesitancy

  Buckingham County taking ownership of former Sentara health clinic

  CATEC students celebrate employment with signing ceremony

  Louisa County High School one of first in Virginia to host in-person graduation this year

Albemarle County Public Schools piloting all-virtual K-12 school

Charlottesville poet heading to sister city in Ghana to lead poetry workshop

  Elementary student helping his neighborhood, one trash collection at a time

  Student’s research suggests camera use during virtual classes can raise grade

  Blue Ridge Poison Center warns against gas siphoning

  Eligible Ting Internet customers to get $50 credit