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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Japanese chemical company to open US HQ in Georgia
    A Japanese chemical company plans to open its North American headquarters in Georgia.
  • US indexes at all-time highs
    Stocks are opening higher on Wall Street, sending major indexes to their latest all-time highs.
  • Trial to begin for former animal shelter director
    The woman accused of taking money meant to support shelter animals in Rabun County is set to go on trial Monday, May 12.
  • Man killed in shooting outside Athens nightclub
    Police are investigating weekend shootings outside an Athens nightclub that killed one man and injured another.
  • Body found by Chattahoochee is 3rd one in May
    Authorities say a body has been found along the Chattahoochee River after two others were discovered earlier this month.
  • Gas prices forecast to fall through the summer
    Barring any unforeseen events, gas prices have hit their spring peak and are likely to continue falling into the summer months.
  • Two sentenced for armored truck robberies in Buford, other cities
    Two of the nine people who pleaded guilty in a series of armored car robberies in 2010 and 2011 - including two in Buford - have received prison sentences for their crimes.
  • Authorities in Forsyth Co. fraud look for more victims
    A Forsyth County woman and two county sheriff's deputies have been implicated in a scheme to defraud at least one elderly person and investigators said there could be other victims.
  • Gwinnett DA to seek death penalty in Moss murder
    The parents of a Lawrenceville girl whose burned body was found in a trash can last November learned Friday they could face the death penalty if convicted of her murder.
  • Congress reaches deal on bill critical to Ga. port
    A $652 million project to deepen the shipping channel to the Port of Savannah is closer to getting started after 15 years of studies and delays.
  • Buford waste water plant evacuated after small fire
    A small fire at the Wayne Hill waste water treatment plant on Financial Center Way prompted the evacuation of employees Friday morning.
  • Customs agents seize cocaine worth $9M at Ga. port
    Federal authorities say they seized an estimated $9 million worth of cocaine stashed inside a shipping container at the Port of Savannah.
  • Ammonia leak briefly disrupts work at Gainesville plant
    Nobody was hurt when a leak was discovered Thursday morning in an ammonia line at the Cargill plant on West Ridge Road in Gainesville.
  • EJCHS cleared, students return to class
    Authorities cleared Jackson County Comprehensive High School in Jefferson late Thursday morning following another school bomb threat in the county.
  • FBI asked to help in search for missing Ga. woman
    A central Georgia sheriff has requested help from the FBI as authorities investigate the beheading of a man and search for his wife, who they fear was abducted.
  • Co-defendant of former UGA football coach Jim Donnan set to testify in Donnan's fraud trial
    A man accused along with former University of Georgia football coach Jim Donnan of operating a fraudulent investment scheme is set to testify in Donnan's trial.
  • House votes to hold ex-IRS official in contempt
    House Republicans voted Wednesday to hold a former Internal Revenue Service official in contempt of Congress for refusing to testify at a pair of committee hearings about her role in the agency's tea party controversy.
  • Dyer says farewell to Gainesville schools
    When the school year ends in a few weeks in the city of Gainesville, for the first time in decades Merriane Dyer will not go to school as a Red Elephant.
  • Ga. man to enter new plea in salmonella outbreak case
    A man charged in connection with a 2009 salmonella outbreak in peanuts that killed nine and sickened hundreds plans to enter a new plea.
  • Ga. VA hospital agrees to allow Christmas carols
    A private school in Augusta whose students were banned from singing some Christmas carols at a VA hospital says a new agreement will allow the songs to be sung during the upcoming holiday season.
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