Marilyn Parker

Marilyn is a multimedia journalist at WALB. She joined the WALB team in February 2018. She is from St. Petersburg, Florida, where she was a part of the Center for Journalism and Multimedia at Lakewood High School. Marilyn has a bachelor’s of science in journalism and mass communication from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. She graduated Magna Cum Laude in December 2017. While at A&T, she was the reporter, producer, and anchor for the journalism department’s news show “Aggie News & Views.” She interned at WTVT FOX-13 in Tampa, Florida, and WXII-12 News in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Marilyn says that journalism is apart of what connects communities, and she loves helping make those connections. She has a passion for telling stories of those who may feel like they are not heard. She enjoys watching movies, going to the beach, trying new restaurants, traveling and shopping. Feel free to contact Marilyn with any story ideas you may have.

Recent Articles by Marilyn

  Worth Co. School Board meets after NAACP calls for superintendent’s resignation

Thief steals vehicle with keys left inside

Albany airport losing passengers from high prices

Airport projects moving forward despite government shutdown

Worth Co. Superintendent responds to NAACP call for resignation

Government shutdown could cause local domestic violence shelters to lose funding

Sylvester NAACP calls for Worth Co. superintendent’s resignation

Yoga fundraiser supports cancer patient

Kemp: First responders made me ‘Proud to be a Georgian’ after storm

Plan approved to save Lee Co. taxpayers money

Puppy pipeline transports 40 SOWEGA dogs

Construction on Lee Co. hospital to start in June

Officials warn residents after Kinchafoonee Creek levels rise

Fifths disease could be on the rise in South Georgia

Lawyer wants Dougherty Co. superior court judge to resign

Bo Dukes’ family responds after his capture

Albany Tech Carlton Building construction to start in February

YMCA encourages blood donations

Albany man still recovering two years after wind storms

Albany Chain Gang reflects on storms