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

  Board approves $800,000 towards Worth County Football Stadium

  Worth Co. Superintendent: “ We will move forward”

  Worth Co. superintendent, students respond to high school principal’s resignation

  Worth Co. looking forward to T-SPLOST plans

  Arlington residents say there are bigger problems than mayor and police chief

  Sasser enforcing junk car ordinance

  Victim identified, suspect charged in Cordele homicide

  Albany Mosque responds to mass shooting in New Zealand

  Dawson gas dept. problems shown on residents’ bills; SPLOST fund to be recovered

  Wreck victim’s coworkers fear intersection after life-threatening wreck

  Lee Co. to spend more than $120K on jail chillers

  GA programs work to improve lives of inmates returning to society

  Grant aims to rehabilitate homes in Dawson

  Worth Co. School Board wants more evidence in principal’s case

Terrell Co. aims to improve mental health resources

Officials check for sex offender compliance in Worth Co.

Worth Co. hopes for $20,000 grant to fund deputy car equipment

  Parents discuss Worth Co. High principal

  Gas problems arise from former city manager

  Gov. Kemp speaks on Sunday’s tornadoes