Grason Passmore is a Multimedia Journalist at WALB. She joined the team in May 2018. Grason is a Georgia native and calls the South home. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a major in journalism and a minor in French. Grason lived in France for a semester, studying at a French University. Grason interned at WJBF in Augusta, where she first fell in love with visual storytelling. She also worked as an MMJ at the university television station, Grady Newsource. Grason loves meeting new people and she can't wait to explore South Georgia. Feel free to contact her with any story ideas you have.
A devastating loss led two South Georgia women to knit hundreds of hats for newborn babies.Jessica Spradlin and her friend Rachel Lott both lost their newborn babies when they were only a few weeks old.
With summertime in full swing, you may notice your teens becoming a little too comfortable on the couch. Trainers at Albany's Planet Fitness are trying to encourage teens to spend at least 60 minutes everyday on their feet.
There is no ordinance in Dougherty County that ensures household items are picked up after an eviction. County Attorney Spencer Lee was the one who told commissioners there are no rules regulating how and when belongings are picked up after an eviction notice is served.
Dougherty County leaders are working to get more funding for the Marine Corps Logistics Base. County Chairman Chris Cohilas and members of the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce met with state leaders in Washington, D.C.
Georgia is the first state to reach an agreement to receive federal money after Hurricane Michael. Now, Dougherty County Chairman Chris Cohilas said they’re lobbying to try and get as much of that money they can.