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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • 12-year-old student charged with hoax bomb threat
    Hall County authorities said Friday a 12-year-old boy will be charged in connection with Wednesday's hoax bomb threat at Chestatee Academy.
  • Maysville woman dies from injuries suffered in May 13 crash
    A Maysville woman involved in a single-vehicle car accident on May 13 in Clarkesville has died from injuries she sustained in the crash.
  • Ga. woman guilty of stealing government benefits from grandchild
    Federal prosecutors say a northwest Georgia woman has pleaded guilty to stealing her granddaughter's Social Security benefits.
  • Grief counselors at EHHS following student drowning
    Grief counselors will remain on campus throughout the school day Friday following the drowning death of a 16-year-old student in Cedar Creek Reservoir Thursday afternoon.
  • Two arrested for stealing coins from Winder laundromat
    Two Gwinnett County men have been arrested and charged with stealing hundreds of dollars worth of changed from a coin-operated laundromat in Winder by using a contraption that "tricked" the change machine into dispensing money.
  • Forecasters predict slow Atlantic hurricane season
    Federal forecasters are predicting a slower than usual hurricane season this year because of an expected El Niņo system.
  • Accused robber turns himself in to Forsyth Co. authorities
    The man who robbed a Forsyth County convenience store last week is behind bars, and authorities said Thursday that the suspect actually turned himself in.
  • State to pay $1.15M in ethics commission case
    A final settlement says the state will pay more than a million dollars to the former director of the state ethics commission and her lawyers.
  • Ga. officials launching child car safety campaign
    State officials are planning to launch a campaign to remind parents, childcare workers and others of the dangers of leaving children in unattended vehicles.
  • NE Ga.'s unemployment rate drops in April, metro Gainesville number rises
    The Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday morning that the unemployment rate in the Northeast Georgia region decreased to 5.9 percent in April, down three-tenths of a percentage point from 6.2 percent in March.
  • Georgia Gwinnett College starts chemistry program
    Georgia Gwinnett College officials say they're launching a new bachelor of science degree program.
  • Reward offered in bomb threat hoax at Hall Co. school
    Now that students are back in their classrooms at Chestatee Academy following a Wednesday morning evacuation, school officials and law enforcement want to find the person who scrawled a hoax bomb threat on a bathroom wall.
  • Roaches in food prompts closure of Ga. school cafeteria
    Students at a northwest Georgia high school will be eating prepackaged lunches for the rest of the year after roaches were found in meals being served in the cafeteria.
  • Longtime state Sen. Balfour loses re-election bid
    A veteran state senator who lost re-election Tuesday's primaries blames the defeat on negative campaigning and last-minute attacks.
  • County by county election results
    Most counties in the region have local issues and offices on the ballot in today's primary. The following results are running totals and are not certified results.
  • School superintendent races headed for runoffs, Gainesville's Bell misses cut
    The crowded Republican and Democratic primaries for state schools superintendent are headed for runoffs.
  • Incumbent PSC member McDonald survives primary challenge
    Republican Public Service Commissioner Lauren "Bubba" McDonald successfully fought off two primary challengers Tuesday, including an elected official from Hall County.
  • Ga. GOP Senate runoff: Businessman vs. politician
    Georgia's Republican Senate primary runoff pits a multimillionaire businessman who's never held public office against a congressman who's spent more than two decades on Capitol Hill.
  • Down to the wire for candidates in Hall BOE District 2 race
    Hall County Elections Director Charlotte Sosebee said it may be Friday before she knows if there will be a runoff necessary in the Hall County Board of Education District 2 race.
  • Cooper wins narrow election to claim Hall Co. Commission seat
    The race was a tight one, but in the end Chestnut Mountain businesswoman Kathy Cooper emerged the winner in the race for Hall County Commission Post, District 1.
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