Jaclyn Harold, WCTV Eyewitness News

Jaclyn Harold

WCTV Eyewitness News

Tallahassee, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Jaclyn:

Thomasville students learn important tips during Bus Safety Week

This week in Thomasville, students are celebrating ‘Bus Safety Week’ and learning important information about how to be safe while travelling to-and-from school. → Read More

WANTED: TCSO searching for firearm thief

The Thomas County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in tracking down Melissa Pendarvis. → Read More

Thomasville city council rejects Pinetree lawsuit settlement, may go to court

The legal fight continues in Thomasville as city council members have voted ‘no’ on accepting a settlement to end a lawsuit filed against the city. → Read More

Help Wanted! School staff shortages continue across South Georgia

Worker shortages are continuing to stretch employers thin across the country, and in South Georgia school districts are desperately calling for people to apply for jobs. → Read More

‘Chaney’s Champions’ donates teddy bears to Thomasville children

In South Georgia today, the Thomasville Police Department was inundated with donations of stuffed teddy bear toys. The bears were given out to children throughout the community, distributed by TPD officers. → Read More

South Georgia clinic raises money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Doctors in South Georgia traded in their white coats for pink today in observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. → Read More

Supply chain delay worries South Georgia business owners

Holidays are on the horizon, and national shipping delay concerns have South Georgia businesses feeling the rush already. → Read More

Deep South fair returns to South Georgia

The 63rd Annual Deep South Agricultural fair has returned to Thomasville. → Read More

South Georgia hospitals seeing decrease in COVID hospitalizations, say vaccinations are helping drop numbers

Health officials say COVID-19 numbers have shown a significant decline in the last few weeks and say vaccinations might be the reason why. → Read More

Dog saved from being drowned, now up for adoption

Her story is being described as a miracle, as Miss Hicks, a 4-year-old dog was saved from being drowned in a Thomasville creek. → Read More

Robbery caught on camera in Thomasville convenience store

Two men are behind bars after walking into a convenience store in South Georgia and stealing a large sum of money. → Read More

Growing teen crowd at Gateway Shopping Center causing concern in Thomasville

“There aren’t many places in Thomasville to hang out with your friends and they’re kind of ruining that for us." → Read More

FAMU presents three seniors with acceptance letters

Kicking off Decision Release Day, FAMU’s Office of Admissions visited three local seniors and presented them with their acceptance letters in-person. → Read More

Salvation Army begins annual Angel Tree program

The Salvation Army is already thinking about the holiday season, as it prepares to start its Angel Tree program. → Read More

Seminole County Superintendent responds after Facebook post bemoans district randomly drug testing students

Random drug testing for high school students in Seminole County has some parents in a rage. However, district officials say they’re just trying to help. → Read More

Local Church hosts annual community resource fair

New Mount Zion A.M.E church held its fifth annual Zion Cares resource fair, partnering for the first time with Farm Share and several other community organizations. → Read More

Thomasville COVID-19 testing site moving from Fairgrounds temporarily

Effective Monday, testing in the Thomas County area will now be held at the Saint Luke CME Church on Chatham Drive. → Read More

Power Forward event announces keynote speaker Chris Gardner, inspiration for ‘The Pursuit of Happyness’ film

First Commerce Credit Union announced on Thursday that the speaker for this year’s Power Forward series will be business icon Chris Gardner. His story was captured in the 2006 movie The Pursuit of Happyness, starring Will Smith. → Read More

Monoclonal Antibody treatments resume in South Georgia

Just days after Georgia temporarily paused its distribution of monoclonal antibody infusions, treatment centers are re-opening in South Georgia. → Read More

Thomasville Police warn of driving through flood waters after dozen car rescues this weekend

This weekend, the Thomasville Police Department helped recover over a dozen cars that had been stalled after people drove into flood waters. → Read More