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B.J. Williams

B.J. Williams





Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Probe of fatal Lumpkin County fire continues
    Investigators believe a fatal fire in Lumpkin County Tuesday night may have been electrical in nature.
  • More arrests made in death of Pickens Co. woman
    Three people have now been arrested in connection with the death of a Pickens County woman whose body was found dumped near an abandoned trailer earlier this month.
  • Guidelines issued on CO detectors in Ga. schools
    State officials have stopped short of recommending that all Georgia schools be required to install carbon monoxide detectors, opting instead to release guidelines urging schools to review facilities and mitigate risks.
  • Overnight fire destroys Gillsville house
    An overnight fire on Candler Creek Road in Gillsville destroyed a 1500-square foot house, according to Hall County Fire Services officials.
  • Gwinnett library officials want restored funding in 2014
    Officials with the Gwinnett County Library System are hoping the county will restore some lost funding in the upcoming budget.
  • Syria says it accepts Russian chemical weapons proposal
    Syria said Tuesday it has accepted Russia's proposal to place its chemical weapons under international control for subsequent dismantling.
  • President pleads his case for Syria air strike before Congress Tuesday
    With opposition to military action growing among Americans and lawmakers, President Barack Obama is heading to Congress on Tuesday with fresh hopes of a diplomatic breakthrough that would allow Syria's government to avert U.S. missile strikes if it surrenders its chemical weapons arsenal.
  • Indian court convicts four in fatal gang rape case
    An Indian court convicted four men Tuesday in the fatal gang rape of a young woman on a moving New Delhi bus
  • Sen. Isakson plans to vote against striking Syria
    U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson says he plans to vote against authorizing a military strike in Syria.
  • Hall District's Raptor system keeping schools safe
    It's been a quiet start to the school year in Hall County, according to Hall County school officials, and that's just the way Lt. Earl Roach likes it.
  • McFaddin named BCSO spokesperson, coordinating professional standards
    The Banks County Sheriff’s Office announced recently that Deputy Sheriff Carissa McFaddin has been named the coordinator for the office of professional standards.
  • Woman killed in Ga. 400 crash identified
    Authorities have identified the woman killed in a three vehicle crash on Georgia 400 southbound Monday morning. The crash also injured one other.
  • Lanier Tech's Dawson Co. campus hits enrollment high
    Administrators at Lanier Technical College announced Monday they have reached a milestone at their Dawson County campus. They said the campus set an enrollment record of 213 students with this fall's enrollment period.
  • Jacket owned by Masters winner sells for $682,229
    A green jacket owned by the golfer who won the inaugural Masters Tournament in Augusta in 1934 has sold at auction for nearly $700,000.
  • Tip leads Towns Co. authorities to marijuana grow operation
    Acting on a tip they received last month, Towns County authorities found a marijuana grow operation near Hiawassee last week and arrested one suspect in the process.
  • SCOGA upholds conviction in Forsyth Co. hit-and-run
    The State Supreme Court has upheld a vehicular homicide conviction against a man who forced a woman off Georgia 400 two years ago, causing an accident that lead to her death.
  • Syria's Assad warns of retaliation in the event of U.S. military strike
    Syrian President Bashar Assad has warned there will be "repercussions" against any U. S. military strike launched in response to a chemical weapons attack in his country.
  • Two dead in Sandy Springs fire
    Authorities say firefighters pulled two people from a burning duplex just north of Atlanta early Monday morning.
  • Ga. deer hunting season to open Saturday
    Georgia Department of Natural Resources officials say deer hunting season will open at the end of the week.
  • Barrow Co. authorities say missing mother, baby are safe
    Barrow County authorities said Friday afternoon that a mother and her 14-month-old daughter who had been missing from home more than a week are safe.
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