Grason Passmore, WALB News 10

Grason Passmore

WALB News 10

Albany, GA, United States

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Past articles by Grason:

DCSS talks school return amid COVID-19 pandemic

You may still be deciding whether you want to send your kids back to school for in-person learning this fall. Dougherty County School leaders said big changes will be made in classrooms this fall. → Read More

Neighbors seek answers after Lee Co. officer-involved shooting

A GBI investigation is underway after a Leesburg police shot a man to death Sunday. Neighbors who said they witnessed it, are speaking out for the first time. → Read More

Police investigate several car break-ins in Albany neighborhood

Albany Police are investigating several break-ins that happened in broad daylight this weekend. The Albany Police Department is investigating several car break-ins. Three happened in the same neighborhood. → Read More

Advocates fight budget cuts to mental, behavioral health agencies

State budget cuts could hurt Dougherty County’s Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment Court. → Read More

Michigan man claims second $4 million jackpot in three years

The 50-year-old claimed his second $4 million Michigan Lottery jackpot this month playing instant scratch-off games. → Read More

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

Budget cuts could affect the mental healthcare given to thousands of South Georgians. → Read More

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

Also discussed in the commission meeting was continued local state of emergency. big improvements for the airport, and what happens to dogs classified as dangerous → Read More

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

Dougherty County courts have been closed since March and they may not reopen again until July. → Read More

Field of Crosses honors servicemen and women who died in combat

A field of crosses was erected in Albany for Memorial Day, with 146 white crosses standing for each serviceman and woman who died during combat. → Read More

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

Many are anxious to resume normal, everyday activities, but the city of Albany isn’t ready to completely reopen. → Read More

Pandemic forces Albany barbershop to close after opening in 1952

Open for 68 years, an Albany business has shut its door for the first time, and it took a pandemic to do so. → Read More

DCSS adapts to changes amid coronavirus pandemic

Schools across South Georgia are already trying to plan summer and fall semesters through this global pandemic. → Read More

JetBlue becomes first carrier to require masks on passengers

The airline says this move is about protecting everyone on board. → Read More

City of Albany awarded state grant to finish Downtown Connector Trail

The City of Albany will finally be able to complete the Downtown Trail Connector. All thanks to a state grant they were just awarded. → Read More

Americus company shifts usual business to manufacturing supplies for hospitals

With customer sales down Micheal Rhoads said TSG Resolute found another way to keep people employed. → Read More

Coroner passionately pleads with the community as the death toll rises every day

Dougherty County Coroner Michael Fowler is pleading with the community to obey orders. Warning the next deaths could be you or your loved one if you don’t. → Read More

Volunteer makes masks with Bible versus and fun patterns to lift neighbors’ spirits

Colorful masks are making their mark on the Worth County community. One woman is volunteering her time and effort to protect her neighbors and first responders. → Read More

New machine drastically reduces ambulance cleaning time

Thoroughly sanitizing an EMS ambulance used to take eight hours. Now, it takes 11 minutes. → Read More

Tips to taking care of your mental health as quarantines continue

Taking care of our mental health is extremely important right now.Especially since many are dealing with the loss of normalcy and in some cases, the loss of loved ones. → Read More

Carroll’s Sausage and Country Store taking extra precautions to keep shoppers, employees safe

Since grocery stores are essential businesses, they can’t close right now. This means store owners are having to get creative when it comes to keeping the store clean and employees safe. → Read More