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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Hall Co. Fire Chief emphasizes dangers of carbon monoxide
    After a carbon monoxide leak prompted the evacuation of an elementary school in Atlanta this week, suddenly there's an increased awareness of the danger of this colorless, odorless gas.
  • CarFit event to help senior drivers in Gainesville
    Drivers over the age of 65 are invited to participate in a CarFit event at the Veterans Community Outreach Foundation on East Athens Highway on Friday, December 7.
  • Wife to spend life in prison for husband's murder
    The woman accused in the murder of her husband in a Hall County park more than two years ago entered a guilty plea Monday to her part in the crime.
  • Victim identified in fatal Lilburn fire
    The man who was killed in a Monday morning fire in Lilburn has been identified as 50-year-old John Hamilton.
  • Motorcycle operator killed in S. Hall Co.
    A Lawrenceville motorcycle operator was killed late last week when he ran through a roadcheck that the Georgia State Patrol was operating in south Hall County.
  • Cumming man found murdered in central Ga.
    A Cumming man who owned a deer processing business in Hancock County was found murdered at the business Sunday night, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
  • Carbon monoxide sickens kids at Atlanta school
    Potentially lethal carbon monoxide levels at an Atlanta elementary school with no detectors sent at least 42 students and seven adults to hospitals Monday and forced 500 more to evacuate, authorities said.
  • Will and Kate expecting; Duchess hospitalized with severe morning sickness
    While morning sickness in pregnant women is common, the problem the Duchess of Cambridge has been hospitalized with is not.
  • US slams Israel on new settlement plan
    The Obama administration on Monday harshly criticized its top Mideast ally, Israel, over new settlement construction plans in areas the Palestinians claim for a future state.
  • Man dies in Lilburn house fire
    Authorities are investigating a house fire that claimed a person's life in Gwinnett County.
  • Open House scheduled for Spout Springs Road project
    A public information open house will be held Thursday on the proposed widening of Spout Springs Road.
  • N. Ga. communities celebrate the season with parades
    The first Saturday in December appears to be the most popular day of the season to host a Christmas parade, judging by community calendars all over North Georgia.
  • Fire in Black Mtn. area now 100% contained
    Officials with the U.S. Forest Service announced Friday morning that the fire in the Black Mountain and Springer Mountain area of the Chattahoochee National Forest is now 100-percent contained.
  • Gainesville senior adult day center faces eviction
    The agency that serves as an adult day center for the medically-fragile elderly in Gainesville has received an eviction notice, but the executive director of the Guest House says she's not sure when they'll have to move.
  • City looks at self-funding workers' comp plan
    Gainesville City Council is considering a self-funding plan for employees' workers' compensation insurance.
  • Suwanee may add mini cell towers to city property
    City of Suwanee officials are looking into the idea of adding mini cell phone towers to city property.
  • Herschel Walker to help open Athens restaurant
    Legendary University of Georgia running back Herschel Walker plans to help open a new restaurant, Herschel's Famous 34 Pub & Grill in Athens.
  • Buford planners okay rezoning of Fraser Rd. property
    Despite protests from some residents of a neighboring subdivision, the Buford Planning and Zoning Board recommended approval for rezoning and annexation of a piece of property on Fraser Road.
  • Black Mountain fire close to being contained
    A wildfire that broke out in the north Georgia mountains over the weekend is now 85% contained, according to officials with the U.S. Forest Service.
  • Family hires PI to investigate student's death
    A Gwinnett County family has hired a private investigator to search for clues in the mysterious death of their daughter at Valdosta State University.
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