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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Suicide blasts near Iran embassay in Beirut kill 23
    Twin suicide bombings struck outside the Iranian Embassy in the Lebanese capital on Tuesday, killing 23 people, including the Iranian cultural attaché, and wounding dozens more in one of the worst bombings to target the predominantly Shiite area in southern Beirut.
  • Ala. school officials apologize for football banner
    Administrators of a central Alabama high school have apologized for a banner displayed at a recent football game recalling the "Trail of Tears," in which Native Americans were forcibly removed from the Southeast.
  • Agreement would lower earnings target for Ga Power
    Georgia Power would accept a lower return on shareholder investments and ditch a proposal to charge special rates for rooftop solar power under a preliminary agreement reached Monday.
  • SCOGA sends Forsyth Co. dog euthanization case back to appeals court
    The case of a Forsyth County sheriff's deputy who was sued for having two dog euthanized while their owner was in the hospital will go back to court.
  • TVA increases CEO pay in fiscal 2013
    The Tennessee Valley Authority says in a filing that it paid Chief Executive Officer Bill Johnson $5.9 million during his nine months on the job in fiscal year 2013.
  • Eight now reported dead in Midwest storms
    The death toll has risen to eight in a series of violent storms and tornadoes that hit the Midwest Sunday.
  • Gwinnett PD attains CALEA accreditation seventh time
    Gwinnett County Police Chief Charles M. Walters announced Monday that the Gwinnett County Police Department has successfully attained accreditation for the seventh time from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.
  • Hall County launches foreclosure registry
    Hall County has launched a new foreclosure registry, and the idea is to make owners of foreclosed and vacant properties more accountable when it comes to keeping those properties in order.
  • Memorial service held for body donors
  • NC deputies says child routinely chained in home
    Authorities in North Carolina say it appears the 11-year-old boy found handcuffed to a porch with a dead chicken around his neck was routinely handcuffed in the home.
  • Court rules for governor, Kia in open records case
    The Georgia Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the governor and Kia Motors Manufacturing in an open records dispute having to do with hiring records.
  • Body found under semi at gas station near Atlanta
    Police are investigating after a body was found under a semitrailer in the parking lot of a gas station near Atlanta.
  • Dalton mayor officially launches gubernatorial campaign
    Dalton Mayor David Pennington has officially launched his campaign for governor, outlining a path to woo conservatives as he challenges Gov. Nathan Deal in next year's Republican primary.
  • Man killed in Forsyth Co. motorcycle accident
    Forsyth County authorities said Monday an investigation is underway into a weekend accident that killed a 38-year-old motorcycle operator.
  • Futures rise to start week heavy with housing data
    Stock futures are rising again in a week that will be loaded with new data on the housing market and minutes from the Federal Open Market Committee.
  • Kayakers, swimmer rescued off Georgia coast
    Authorities say two kayakers and a swimmer who were pulled into the Atlantic Ocean by the outgoing tide were rescued off Tybee Island.
  • Stadium plans may boost Ga. construction field
    Union officials and economists say simultaneous construction of two metro Atlanta stadiums will bolster the local construction industry, which was hobbled during the recession.
  • Crude oil prices drop for 6th straight week, pump prices flat
    The cost for a barrel of oil fell last week for the sixth week in a row and remains below $95 a barrel. Although crude prices moved lower, retail gas prices remained relatively flat from the week prior.
  • Hall County authorities misidentify suspect as twin brother
    Hall County authorities said in a press statement Friday morning that a man arrested in a September altercation with sheriff's deputies was misidentified as his twin brother.
  • More equipment being delivered to Clarks Bridge work site
    Even though Friday's weather is expected to stay dreary, the Georgia DOT said a crane will be delivered to the State Route 284/Clarks Bridge Road work zone at the Lake Lanier Olympic Center.
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