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B.J. Williams

B.J. Williams





Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Tea party groups plan IRS protest in Atlanta
    Tea party groups are planning a protest at the Georgia Capitol over the targeting of conservative groups by the Internal Revenue Service during the 2010 and 2012 elections.
  • Crews dig through night after deadly Okla. twister; 51 known dead
    At least 51 people were killed, including at least 20 children, and those numbers were expected to climb, following a horrific tornado in Moore, Oklahoma
  • Ga. Power work to close Green St. Tuesday night
    Georgia Power workers will perform maintenance work on historic Green Street Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
  • Atheist group plans to send materials to Ga. parks
    An atheist group based in New Jersey said it plans to send the Georgia Department of Natural Resources enough popular atheist books to place one in every state park cabin in the state.
  • Senators require fingerprinting at 30 airports
    Senators working on a bipartisan immigration bill have agreed to require fingerprinting when foreigners leave the country through any of the nation's 30 busiest airports.
  • Activists say 28 Hezbollah members killed in Syria
    Fierce street fighting in a Syrian town near the Lebanese border has killed at least 28 elite members of Lebanon's militant Hezbollah group
  • West Ga. school board to vote on school closings
    A west Georgia school system is set to vote on a package of cuts that includes closing an elementary school and a middle school.
  • Rain related road closures in Hall, Forsyth counties
    A number of roads remain closed in Hall and Forsyth counties as a result of heavy rainfall throughout the day Sunday.
  • Sneiderman to be re-arraigned in husband's death
    A woman accused of arranging for her husband to be killed outside a suburban Atlanta preschool is set to be arraigned for a third time Tuesday.
  • SCOGA rules in favor of Baldwin in dispute with engineering firm
    The city of Baldwin in Habersham County will not have to pay more than $200,000 in fees to an engineering firm for work it did on a proposal for the city's wastewater treatment plant.
  • Officials say there is confusion over boil water advisory
    Only a few Gainesville City water customers remain under a boil water advisory following Sunday's storm activity, but it's a different story for those who get their water from the city of Flowery Branch.
  • Athens businessman becomes Republican chairman
    The new chairman of the Georgia Republican Party says the party won't twiddle its thumbs under his leadership.
  • Atlanta council may okay huge Ferris wheel
    The Atlanta City Council is expected to consider a request to construct a Ferris wheel once used in Paris that would soar 20 stories over downtown Atlanta.
  • GOP ponders how to capitalize on President Obama's woes
    The scandals dogging President Barack Obama are a political gift to Republicans, who could use some good luck after recent election losses.
  • Tornadoes slam plains, midwest; one dead in Okla.
    Several tornadoes struck parts of the nation's midsection Sunday, concentrating damage in central Oklahoma and Wichita, Kan. One person was killed near Shawnee, Okla., and 21 injuries were reported throughout the state.
  • New Americans take citizenship oath in Gainesville
    The 50 or so men and women who earned their U.S. citizenship at a ceremony in Gainesville Friday represented nations from all over the globe, from India to Ghana and El Salvador to Russia.
  • Inmate escapes Franklin County Detention Center
    Franklin County authorities are on the lookout for an escaped inmate who scaled a fence at the county detention center Friday morning just after 10:30.
  • Former NASCAR driver Trickle found dead
    Dick Trickle, a former NASCAR driver whose larger-than-life personality and penchant for fun won him legions of fans despite a lack of success beyond the nationís small tracks, died Thursday of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said.
  • Handel jumps into crowded US Senate race in Ga.
    Karen Handel, the former Susan G. Komen for the Cure executive at the center of last year's public clash with Planned Parenthood, announced plans Friday to run for an open U.S. Senate seat in Georgia.
  • Gainesville City Council likes the idea of land bank authority
    Saying now is the right time, Gainesville City Council appears ready to move forward with the formation of a land bank authority.
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