Molly Godley, WALB News 10

Molly Godley

WALB News 10

Albany, GA, United States

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Past:
  • WTVM News Leader 9
  • WTOC11

Recent articles by Molly:

Grinstead death trial to begin Monday

Opening statements will begin Monday at 9 a.m. → Read More

X Boys school set to open in September

The X Boys have been going through the renovation phase for two months now, and they hope to open their doors in early September. → Read More

Albany car show to raise money for child abuse awareness

Anywhere from 3,000 to 5,000 people are expected to attend the car show. → Read More

Plane crash drill prepares first responders for any scenario

First responders were part of an aircraft crash drill at the Southwest Georgia Reginal Airport. → Read More

Dougherty Co. planning for tennis center at former armory site

About a year ago, they were considering Tift Park. → Read More

DOCO Public Works loosens job requirements

they aren’t requiring a high school diploma or GED as long as someone has 1 year of experience. → Read More

Chehaw awarded nearly $3K to care for endangered species

ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) - Chehaw Park & Zoo was awarded nearly $3,000 to help cover the costs of caring for endangered species. They were one of 20 parks and zoos in the U.S. to get the funds. Home to nine other endangered species, the red wolves at Chehaw are at the highest risk. Park Spokesperson Tommy Gregors said that’s largely due to development reducing their habitats and being hunted. “We… → Read More

Crisp Regional to offer free transportation services

Sen. Jon Ossoff announced $400,000 that will go toward transportation at Crisp Regional. Ossoff said this issue is important to rural South Georgia, and it shows after getting support from both Republicans and Democrats. → Read More

Coroner asks for funding to cover transport costs

Dougherty County Coroner said they need more money to cover deaths from overdoses. → Read More

Commission efforts to bring in new business

Their focus is on minority businesses. → Read More

APD working to deter youth arrests

During the program, the youth sit down with a therapist and use the time to talk. → Read More

Several Georgia legislation up for vote on last day of session

Georgia legislators are getting closer to closing out their last night in session. → Read More

Albany YMCA focusing on water safety going into warmer months

Drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional death for children ages 1 -14. → Read More

County approves funding for new roof at Albany Rescue Mission

They’ve been under the same roof for 30 years now. → Read More

Longtime Marine executive deputy retires after over 40 years of service

Dave Clifton spent 48 years in the Marine Corps. Thirty of those were on active duty. → Read More

Thronateeska Heritage Center planning to expand history museum

They’re looking to use the buildings they already have on location for more exhibits by changing the layouts. → Read More

DCSS bringing new career paths for students and families

The money will help bring more paid internships, STEM learning activities, and free classes at Albany Tech for parents. → Read More

Albany City Commission approves Family Dollar alcohol license

Commissioners continue to disagree on if more licenses hurt economic development and people living in the city. → Read More

A number of events coming up at Flint River Entertainment Complex

Some of the shows they have coming up are the Loomis Brothers’ Circus, the Oakridge Boys, the Southwest Georgia home and Garden Expo and the David Mann comedy show. → Read More

Concerned parents react to possible changes to junior high school

Nearly 100 concerned parents and family members met at C.A. Gray High School → Read More