Keshawn Ward, WALB News 10

Keshawn Ward

WALB News 10

Albany, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Keshawn:

Georgia Reading and Math Corps in need of tutors for upcoming school year

Their employees say students are facing new challenges with learning and that additional support is needed. → Read More

CEO of Albany Boys & Girls Club prepares for retirement

Marvin Laster's time is coming to an end but he said he still has some work to do. → Read More

Albany leaders want to get rid of blighted homes

They want to get rid of these eye sore and crime magnets as soon as possible. → Read More

Early Co. High senior named presidential scholar

She’s one of three students in the entire state to get this kind of recognition. → Read More

Terrell Academy’s baseball team wins GISA AA championship

After over 30 years, the Terrell Academy Eagles baseball team won their third state title in their school history. → Read More

Peanut Proud donating over 30,000 peanut butter jars to Ukraine

Crosby said it took over 35,000 dollars to make this happen. → Read More

South Georgians are heading to the NFL

CORDELE, Ga. (WALB) - The 2022 NFL Draft is now in the books and some of South Georgia’s best are now in the NFL. Crisp County High School and University of Georgia alumni, Quay Walker kicked it off when the Green Bay Packers drafted him number 22 overall in the first round. Crisp County alumni, Quay Walker kicked it off when the Green Bay Packers drafted him number 22 overall in the first… → Read More

Camilla new apartments become major investment for city

The new apartments used to be Quail Valley apartments and city officials say it ended up closing down and was abandoned for a decade. → Read More

South Ga. referee shortage impacting game schedules, officiating

This referee shortage has been going on for the past decade. → Read More

City of Cordele awards NFL draft prospect key to city

Saturday was a special day in the city of Cordele as the city honored their hometown native, national champion, and future NFL draft pick with the key to their city. → Read More

Severe weather damages Thomas University’s baseball field

Thomas University’s baseball team won’t have any more home games for the rest of the season, due to storm damages from Wednesday. → Read More

Thomas University, local organizations will use grants for ‘Lost Creek Forest’

They are planning to use grants that will guide people through a forest that’s considered a hidden gem. → Read More

Mitchell, Baker Co. non-profit organization spreads awareness of child abuse prevention

Every purchase will help prevent child abuse. → Read More

2 Mitchell Co. natives become a part of Women’s History

It's the final days of national Women’s Month but before the end of this month, WALB News 10 wanted to celebrate two ladies who have made changes to the city of Baconton. → Read More

Camilla yard sale goes towards charities throughout Mitchell Co.

Deborah Sanders eagerness to make the most with every item is something she’s been about for the past 22 years. → Read More

Albany commissioners looking to solve junk car problem

City leaders said that junk car problems have been going on for the past 50 years. → Read More

ASU students honored for perfect grade point averages

Honors Day serves to formally recognize and honor undergraduate students from all disciplines. → Read More

Baconton officials introduce new yard incentive

A new friendly competition is all about residents keeping their yard beautiful and if they win, their utility bill will be paid for the month. → Read More

Pelham restaurant raises money for cancer patient

Backstreet Seafood restaurant has raised over $5,000 according to Dee just by selling plates. → Read More

Valdosta pop-up shop gives exposure to vendors

They wanted to help small businesses suffering during the pandemic, gain exposure. → Read More