Brittany Woolsey left Times Community News in 2016 after serving as a reporter with the Daily Pilot and the Huntington Beach Independent. She joined the staff after nearly four years of freelancing for Times Community News. She has a journalism degree from Cal State Long Beach. Before reporting in Huntington Beach, she wrote features for Times Community News and was a reporter at the Long Beach Register and Long Beach Post.
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