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B.J. Williams

B.J. Williams





Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Obama on Labor Day: Don't take rights for granted
    President Barack Obama is asking Americans this Labor Day to think about the rights and benefits that people often take for granted.
  • Jury finds woman guilty in silicone injection case
    A jury has convicted a woman accused of killing a Georgia woman through illicit silicone buttocks injections.
  • Macon grandmother's casket used to hide drugs
    A middle Georgia sheriff says two inmates visiting a Macon funeral home tried to return to jail with drugs and other contraband that had been hidden inside their grandmother's casket.
  • Fire services warns about dangers of online Fire Challenge
    The Ice Bucket Challenge became a viral video fad to increase awareness of ALS, but another fad has come to light that isnít as inspiring - and can be quite dangerous.
  • 4 from Hall, Habersham, Rabun counties named to various state groups by Gov. Deal
    Four people from Hall, Habersham, and Rabun counties were named recently to three state boards, committees and commissions by Gov. Nathan Deal.
  • Housing group: 20 years to rebuild Gaza
    An international organization involved in assessing post-conflict reconstruction says it will take 20 years for Gaza's battered and neglected housing stock to be rebuilt following the war between Hamas and Israel.
  • Church intrusion brings call for security
    A Gainesville church intends to become more security conscious because of an incident two weeks ago in which two non-members entered the church, bowed and raised their hands, distracting and alarming the pastor and his congregation.
  • Gainesville Police Chief Brian Kelly resigns
    Gainesville City officials announced Friday Police Chief Brian Kelly has resigned.
  • Police release names in Lawrenceville murder-suicide
    Gwinnett County police said they believe a man stabbed his former wife to death and cut her mother before he used a gun to take his own life.
  • Forsyth Co. teen dies after beating outside Statesboro bar
    A student at Georgia Southern University, who is from Forsyth County, has died as the result of an apparent beating outside of a bar in Statesboro.
  • Corps to begin accepting Lake Lanier boat dock permit requests Sept. 16
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) says the Lake Lanier dock lottery process begun in 2009 has been completed and it has determined that additional boat dock permits may be issued.
  • NGTC hoax threat prompts campus evacuation
    A threat scrawled on the wall of a building on the North Georgia Technical College (NGTC) campus in Clarkesville Thursday morning caused a short disruption in the day's schedule.
  • CDC worker flown home to US over Ebola concerns
    Health officials say a CDC staff member who worked in close proximity to someone with the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa has been flown by charter jet back home to Atlanta to monitor potential symptoms.
  • Woman gives birth inside Walmart in Roswell
    Labor Day came early for a Roswell woman who gave birth inside a Walmart north of Atlanta.
  • DNR pushes for Labor Day safety on Lanier
    With Labor Day weekend approaching, and with it the surge of people celebrating on Georgia's waterways, state officials are once again emphasizing the importance of boating safety.
  • Ga. lane closures to be lifted for holiday weekend
    Georgia transportation officials plan to suspend many construction-related lane closures for the upcoming holiday weekend.
  • Jindal suing feds over Common Core
    Gov. Bobby Jindal planned to file a lawsuit Wednesday against the Obama administration, accusing it of illegally manipulating federal grant money and regulations to force states to adopt the Common Core education standards.
  • American militant killed in Syria allegedly fighting for ISIS
    An American man believed to have been killed in Syria was there to fight alongside an extremist militant group, most likely the Islamic State, a U.S. official has said.
  • Ala judge raises bond for band director facing sex charges
    A south Alabama judge is raising the bond for a high school band director charged with having sex with students.
  • Mayor of Cumming fined in open meetings lawsuit; AG claims victory
    A judge has ruled that the mayor of Cumming violated Georgia's open meetings law by stopping a resident from videotaping a council meeting.
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