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.
Homeowners could see a potentially big portion of money to repair home damages caused by recent storms. Now, Dougherty County leaders are competing with three other counties for more than $60 million in storm relief funding.
The Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport said an unknown amount of sewage discharged into the Flint River. The Flint Riverkeeper's Office is worried a sewage spill in Atlanta may be a part of a larger problem.
Moultrie police are teaching parents how to recognize the signs that their kids may be joining a gang. The Moultrie Police Department is hosting a Gang Awareness Training for people in Moultrie and Colquitt County.
One special group in Albany is working to spread a message of change, to bring equal access and opportunity for everyone.The HEART Organization and Proctor and Gamble are hosting the 40th Annual MLK breakfast.
You'll now be able to schedule doctor appointments, access your patient portals and even pay your bill all in one place. And you can do it all from your home, work or wherever, all from your cell phone.
If a new year’s resolution was to save money, you can start with these A-C unit maintenance tips. Vice President of Albany Air Conditioning and Heating, Clint Newsome, said there are things you can do now to prevent costly troubles down the road.