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B.J. Williams

B.J. Williams





Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • 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.
  • Rabid raccoon found in N. Hall Co.
    Hall County Animal Control has reported a seventh confirmed case of rabies for the county for 2014.
  • East Jackson Middle School evacuated
    A week after a bomb threat led to the evacuation of East Jackson High School, students at East Jackson Middle School were relocated because of a threat written on a bathroom wall.
  • Man killed, wife missing in central Georgia
    Police in central Georgia are investigating the slaying of a man and also searching for his wife, who they fear might have been abducted from the couple's lakeside home.
  • Early morning fire destroys house on Chestatee Rd. in Hall Co.
    Hall County fire officials said a house on Chestatee Road was destroyed by fire early Wednesday morning.
  • Gainesville Council gives first reading okay to Lanier Plaza rezoning
    After a lengthy public hearing with plenty of opposition from homeowners who live near Lanier Plaza Shopping Center on Thompson Bridge Road, Gainesville City Council gave first reading approval to a controversial rezoning plan for the property.
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