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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Texas woman accused in ricin case has Hall County roots
    The Texas woman arrested Friday for sending poisonous letters to President Obama and the mayor of New York apparently grew up in Hall County.
  • Jazz funeral planned in Savannah for Ben Tucker
    Friends and family of Savannah musician Ben Tucker are planning to say farewell with a New Orleans-style jazz funeral.
  • Flowery Branch receives state grant to help with road repair
    One person who said he's glad Tropical Storm Andrea didn't dump much rain in this part of Georgia is Flowery Branch Mayor Mike Miller.
  • Hall County reports fourth rabies case of 2013
    Hall County is reporting its fourth confirmed rabies case of the year.
  • Poll: Gainesville voters favor change to district voting
    An independent poll conducted by Landmark Communications in Atlanta found that voters in Gainesville would favor changing the city's system of voting from at-large to district voting.
  • HCSO, Detention Center hold blood drive today
    The Hall County Sheriff s Office has teamed up with the North Georgia Detention Center and the American Red Cross for a blood drive today.
  • Ga. senators press for answers on Atlanta VA issues
    Georgia's U.S. senators are asking for answers from the head of Veterans Affairs after an audit report outlined troubling problems at the Atlanta VA Medical Center.
  • Cleveland Highway house destroyed by fire
    A house on Cleveland Highway in the Clermont area was destroyed by fire Thursday morning.
  • Four charged in north Hall hoarding case plead guilty
    Four people charged with animal hoarding at a home in north Hall County last month entered guilty pleas in Hall County Magistrate Court Wednesday and were fined.
  • New archery range opens at state park near Royston
    State officials say a new archery range has opened at Victoria Bryant State Park near Royston.
  • Six dead in Philadelphia building collapse
    Rescue workers were digging through rubble Thursday for any additional victims who may have been trapped when a building under demolition collapsed onto a neighboring thrift store, killing six people and injuring 14
  • Georgia bans license plates with guns, sex, hate
    Georgia has unveiled new rules banning references to guns, drugs and alcohol on personalized license plates.
  • Tropical Storm Andrea bearing down on Fla. coast
    The first tropical storm of the Atlantic hurricane season has gotten a little stronger as it heads toward Florida's western coast and a new tropical storm warning has been issued for a swath of the U.S. East Coast.
  • Man charged in murders of wife and son
    The man arrested at his Jefferson home Monday morning has been charged with murder in the shooting deaths of his wife and 13 year old son.
  • Victim identified in fatal dump truck, car collision
    Authorities said Wednesday afternoon Leslie Legg, 31, of Gainesville was the man killed when he pulled into the path of a dump truck on Highway 60 in south Hall County.
  • IRS training held at island resort, Atlanta hotels
    A government report blasting the Internal Revenue Service for its spending on seminars, speakers and training videos lists 22 Georgia conferences at high-end hotels in downtown Atlanta and on St. Simons Island off the Georgia coast.
  • Philadelphia building collapses, people trapped
    A building collapsed Wednesday on the edge of downtown, and the fire commissioner said as many as eight to 10 people were believed trapped in the rubble.
  • Gwinnett Co. girl attacked by dog in Hall Co.
    A Gwinnett County girl had to have a series of four rabies shots after she was attacked by a dog this past Friday on Cochran Road in Hall County.
  • Tax increase needed to make ends meet on Hall Co. Schools budget
    The Hall County School Board has adopted a tentative budget for the upcoming fiscal year, but to make up for lost state revenues and an increase in insurance contributions, there will have to be a tax increase.
  • Children's Healthcare of Atlanta announces summer safety tips for kids
    Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta recently released its 2013 Summer Safety Tips, which focuses on five aspects of summer safety
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