Re-Essa Buckels, WALB News 10

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Past articles by Re-Essa:

Smithville reopens police department after being closed for 5 ye

After nearly five years, residents in Smithville will now have a police department. → Read More

Harlem Globetrotters coming to Albany Civic Center

Southwest Georgia basketball fans are in for a real treat Wednesday night. → Read More

City commissioner urges residents to attend opioid town hall

With the opioid epidemic on the rise in Southwest Georgia, an Albany city commissioner is encouraging seniors to attend a special forum this weekend. → Read More

Albany doctors recommend alternatives to opioids

In light of the opioid epidemic, many patients are now dealing with the issue of finding pain medications that are not as addictive. → Read More

ASU students encourage peers, residents to attend #MeToo forum

Albany State University students are joining the national #MeToo movement. → Read More

4C Academy students to get new state-of-the-art lab equipment

The Dougherty County school board approved a $760,000 grant for state-of-the-art tools at the 4C Academy. → Read More

DCSS approves consulting firm to lead district-wide improvements

Dougherty County school leaders voted to spend a half of million dollars on a consultant to direct district-wide improvements. → Read More

Albany city crews install new stop sign at busy intersection

Neighbors are happy to finally see a stop sign at one busy intersection in Northwest Albany. → Read More

Albany businesses, runners prepare for Snickers Marathon

The annual Snickers Marathon is just five days away and it's expected to boost Albany's economy by more than $600,000. → Read More

LCHS receives state championship rings on Trojan Nation Day

Lee County football players and cheerleaders received their first-ever state championship rings. → Read More

APD chief responds to frequent gunfire in South Albany community

Albany's police chief responded to concerns about the nonstop gunfire happening in one South Albany neighborhood. → Read More

Lee Co. Fire & EMS train teachers on life-saving kits

Dozens of teachers got a lesson on how to use life-saving trauma kits on Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Lee Co. commissioners vote to raise base salary for deputies

Starting in March, deputies with the Lee County Sheriff's Office will see an increase in their paychecks. → Read More

DCSS school leaders take extra precautions to keep flu cases dow

The Georgia Department of Public Health reports that 66 people in the state have died from the flu so far this year. → Read More

Phoebe to offer life-saving skills with CPR classes

First aid training can be the difference between life and death, and Phoebe Putney Hospital will soon offer those life-saving skills to residents. → Read More

Puppy Love 5K to help raise money for ASU student's seizure aler

A Lee County family is calling on the community to help raise money for their daughter, who desperately needs a seizure alert dog. → Read More

Leesburg city leaders approve $90K traffic study to reduce conge

Leesburg city leaders are one step closer to making significant improvements to relieve the congestion drivers face in the morning, after school and after work. → Read More

Fire and EMS of Lee Co. looks to hire more employees

Lee County officials are looking to hire more fire and emergency personnel. → Read More

AFD offers advice for Severe Weather Awareness Week

The Albany Fire Department wants to remind homeowners, renters and business owners of some essential tips to stay safe and protect their property from weather-related hazards. → Read More

GBI on day 2 of investigations in Dooly Co. homicide, death case

In an afternoon news conference, officials clarified that Adams' and the infant's death are being investigated as homicides, while Merrell's is considered a death investigation. → Read More