Bobby Poitevint

Bobby Poitevint

Multimedia Journalist

Bobby is a multimedia journalist for WALB. He covers Lee, Sumter and Worth counties.

Recent Articles by Bobby

  ‘To keep his dream alive’: People in Dawson walk, sing in recognition of MLK

  ‘This guy died for his dream’: Dougherty Co. students honor the history made by MLK

  Lee Co. Commission welcomes new vice-chairman

  ‘Bring it back to life’: Historic Lee Co. gym wraps renovations, more to come

  Donations needed at Sumter Co.’s ‘Called to Care’

  Sylvester Police: Entering auto reports down in Sylvester

  Sylvester welcomes 2 new council members

GBI releases new details in Bainbridge murder, officer-involved shooting investigations

  Americus city leaders: no millage rate increase, council finalizing budget soon

  Americus store manager speaks out after armed robbery

  ‘He got the name ‘Black Jesus’ because he was helpful to everybody’: Family remembers Tift Co. shooting victim

  Building catches fire at Georgia Veterans State Park

  Australia’s flu season can determine U.S. flu season

  Former Leesburg Mayor, Jim Quinn runs for Senate District 13 seat

Carden Summers, business owner & farmer hopes for Senate seat win

  Dogs, cats find forever homes over holidays; plenty still waiting to find families

  Health leaders keeping tabs on Ga. flu numbers

Dept. of Public Health: Hepatitis A spikes in Ga. but not in southwestern areas

Lee Co. TSPLOST paving, resurfacing projects begin

  Americus city leaders assist in disposal of Christmas trees

  Americus ‘Chili Crawl’ kicks off Friday

  FEMA reimbursements head to Sylvester

  Albany police on roadways for New Year’s Eve

  Ben Hill Sheriff warns of detective impersonator scam call

  Kinchafoonee Creek levels returns to normal this week

  Waffle House serves up more than waffles Christmas Day

  Albany community hit the mall for last-minute Christmas shopping

  Sylvester’s neighborhood light show shines for the 19th year in a row

  USPS gears up for holiday season and porch pirates

EMA leaders monitor river levels in Lee County