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B.J. Williams

B.J. Williams





Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Gainesville Council moves closer to change in animal ordinance
    The city of Gainesville's animal control ordinance is one step closer to lining up with elements in the Hall County animal control ordinance.
  • Literacy group to benefit from Habersham spelling bee
    The top spellers from Habersham County's 11 elementary and middle schools will face off this Thursday February 6 in the Habersham County Scripps Spelling Bee.
  • Lanier Tech to host dual enrollment meeting
    Officials with Lanier Technical College have scheduled an informational meeting for this week for students interested in the dual enrollment program.
  • 3 people detained after police officer shot in Cobb Co.
    Police have detained three people in the search for suspects after a police officer was shot and wounded in Atlanta's northwest suburbs.
  • Walter named to UNG Ombudsman position
    Dr. Tom Walter has been selected as the ombudsman for faculty and staff at the University of North Georgia (UNG). UNG President Bonita Jacobs announced the appointment to faculty and staff on Tuesday.
  • Hall planners say no to Flowery Branch complex
    A plan to build a mixed use development with more than 350 apartments in Flowery Branch will go to the Hall County Commission later this month without the approval of the Hall County Planning Commission.
  • Fundraising effort planned after 18 horses killed in fire
    A fundraising effort is planned to help the owners of horses that were killed after a fire destroyed their stable at a northeast Georgia equestrian center.
  • Senate set to send farm bill to Obama
    Congress is poised to send a massive, five-year farm bill that provides food for the needy and subsidies for the nation's farmers to the White House for President Barack Obama's signature.
  • Cobb County Schools superintendent to step down
    The superintendent of one of Georgia's largest school systems is stepping down.
  • Gainesville City School Board restores full calendar
    The Gainesville City School System will operate on a full calendar next year for the first time since the state began making austerity cuts to the budget and reducing contributions to local school systems.
  • Police now suspect suicide attempt in fall at Mall of Georgia
    Gwinnett County police now say a man was likely trying to commit suicide when he fell over a third-floor railing at the Mall of Georgia in Buford.
  • Hall school board to add student day on Feb. 17
    The Hall County School District plans to add an instructional day to replace one that was recently lost during the weather-related school closures.
  • Godfrey to make run for school board
    In a press statement, Dr. Paul Godfrey announced Monday he will run for the at-large post on the Hall County Board of Education.
  • Darragh to announce plans for re-election campaign
    Hall County District Attorney Lee Darragh plans to make an official announcement about his re-election campaign at an event in Gainesville later this week.
  • Ga. lawmakers back changes to Jekyll Island
    Lawmakers in the Georgia Senate have joined their colleagues in the House in supporting legislation to change a key policy guiding development on Jekyll Island.
  • GA Senate backs bill creating Alzheimer's registry
    The Georgia Senate has endorsed legislation that would establish a state registry of people with Alzheimer's disease or related disorders.
  • Victim in Gainesville crash identified
    A woman killed in a Friday evening wreck south of Gainesville has been identified as Yaqueline Ibarra Espino, age 21.
  • US factories expanded at much slower pace in Jan.
    U.S. manufacturing barely expanded last month as cold weather delayed shipments of raw materials and caused some factories to shut down.
  • Car bombings in Iraq kill at least 23 people
    A new series of car bombings in and around Baghdad on Monday killed at least 23 people, officials said, as Iraq's Shiite-led government grapples with a stubborn Sunni extremist-led insurgency in the western Anbar province.
  • US stocks open little changed
    The U.S. stock market is little changed in early trading following a tough January.
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