Grason Passmore

Grason Passmore

Multimedia Journalist

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.


Recent Articles by Grason

  MCLB welcomes new commander during ceremonial Changing of Command

  Dr. Black: Going on vacation? Be aware of COVID-19.

  Dougherty Co. leaders have a challenge for you: How to make healthy choices after weeks of quarantine.

  Albany mini mart owner fears loss of revenue after city commissioners’ decision

  It’s official: Masks must be worn in city, county-owned buildings

  Plans in place to make Coffee Co. Schools as safe as possible

APD: Don’t leave valuables in a car

  Police investigate several car break-ins in Albany neighborhood

  Advocates fight budget cuts to mental, behavioral health agencies

  Albany mayor proposes a healthcare study to compare costs

Albany’s Police Chief speaks officer protocol amid nationwide unrest

  Albany sewage repairs could cost hundreds of millions, take 20 years to complete

  Mental health agencies across the state could see millions in budget cuts

  Candidates race for Georgia House District 152 seat, Dennis Roland shares his goals

  Candidates race for the Georiga House District 152 seat, Rep. Bill Yearta shares goals

  Sylvester native inspiring young students with engineering career

  Albany hotel owner requests deferment on loan payments

  COVID-19 hospitalizations at all time low since pandemic began

  Comm. meeting: Augusta professor wants to do antibody testing in Albany

  Albany court system can’t reopen until certain guidelines are met

  Blight an issue in Albany as courts remain closed

Albany veteran reflects on time in the Air Force on Memorial Day

  Field of Crosses honors servicemen and women who died in combat

  Albany City Commissioners reworking upcoming budget

  'We will continue to insist upon and abide by certain restrictions’: Albany mayor on reopening

  New plan could offer financial help to small, Albany businesses

  Albany business intentionally set on fire; case under investigation

  New Albany COVID-19 testing site to help those without transportation

  Volunteers help 25,000 people get face masks in Albany

  Pandemic forces Albany barbershop to close after opening in 1952