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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Hwy. 53 closed for almost 8 hours following accident
    An accident involving a tractor trailer carrying a load of poultry parts blocked a portion of Highway 53 in Dawson County for almost eight hours Tuesday morning, according to the Dawson County Sheriff's Office.
  • New Lyme disease estimate: 300,000 cases a year
    Health officials say Lyme disease is about 10 times more common than previously reported.
  • Conservative group protests Enroll America efforts
    The conservative group Americans For Prosperity is holding protests this week against Enroll America's efforts to register Georgians for medical insurance coverage under Obamacare, and Gainesville was the group's first stop.
  • YouFit Health Clubs sets sights on Buford, Suwanee
    Youfit Health Clubs is about to open its fourth club in the Atlanta/North Georgia area and more are coming, according to YouFit Founder/Owner Rick Berks.
  • Gwinnett wants to form citizens group for SPLOST input
    Gwinnett County government leaders are pushing for public participation as the county gets ready to place a transportation SPLOST on the November 5 ballot.
  • Ohio man charged in Towns Co. sexual assault
    An Ohio man is in the Towns County Detention Center facing rape charges.
  • Flooding forces 20,000 Russians from their homes
    The worst flooding in 120 years in Russia's Far East has already forced about 20,000 people from their homes and also made it necessary to airlift two captive brown bears to safety, the Emergency Situations Ministry said Monday.
  • Clayton State student shot near campus
    Authorities are investigating the shooting of a Clayton State University student near the campus south of Atlanta.
  • Egypt's Mubarak may be released; 25 police killed
    Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who is on retrial for the killings of hundreds of protesters during the 2011 uprising that led to his ouster, could be released from custody later this week, judicial officials said Monday.
  • GCSS opening school doors to the community
    Under a new concept, and in response to suggestions from the community, the Gainesville City School System (GCSS) invites the public to visit each of its schools this fall.
  • Ga. teen faces trial for killing of baby in stroller
    Five months after a Georgia toddler was killed in his stroller by a gunshot to the head, a teenager charged as the gunman is scheduled to stand trial.
  • Land use draws more than 100 to public information session
    About 100 White County property owners showed up at the first of a series of public information sessions concerning the development of land use regulations being developed in the county.
  • Deal asks authority to reverse ban on complimentary tolls
    At the request of Governor Deal, the State Road and Tollway Authority has reversed its decision to ban the so-called "pay it forward" tolls on Georgia 400.
  • Ga. receiving $3.8M for health insurance guides
    Georgia groups will receive $3.8 million so they can hire counselors to guide people seeking health insurance coverage through a new online marketplace, officials said Thursday.
  • New rule bans Ga. toll booth charity
    No more paying the toll for the motorist behind you on Georgia Highway 400.
  • Lanier High School student dies after swimming accident
    A Lanier High School senior has died following a swimming accident this past weekend.
  • Gwinnett Co. ranked #9 on top jobs lists
    CNN Money Magazine just released its "Where the Jobs Are" list and Gwinnett County placed ninth in the rankings.
  • Private school principal faces child molestation charges
    Police in suburban Atlanta say the principal of a private Lutheran school faces charges of child molestation.
  • Fire crews monitor Valdosta chemical plant blast
    Authorities in south Georgia say fire crews were continuing to monitor the scene of a chemical explosion that rocked an industrial complex, injuring three people.
  • Trial set for country singer in Ga. threats case
    A Savannah judge has set an Oct. 4 trial date for country singer Billy Currington, who is charged with threatening a 70-year-old tour boat captain who cruised past the dock of a waterfront home where the singer was staying.
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