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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Elderly Ga. man sentenced in food stamp fraud scheme
    Federal prosecutors say the owner of a grocery store in middle Georgia was sentenced Friday to 40 months in prison for his role in a large food stamp fraud scheme.
  • Ga. woman sues police over killing husband
    A woman whose husband was shot and killed by Lawrenceville police has filed suit against the officers involved.
  • NDO announces plans for 2013 Heating Program
    Pending the availability of federal funds, certain households in 15 northeast Georgia counties served by Gainesville-based Ninth District Opportunity may apply for assistance with home heating bills beginning November 1.
  • PSC staff recommends against Ga. Power solar fee
    Georgians who install solar panels on their homes or businesses should not have to pay a special feel proposed by Georgia Power, utility regulators said Friday.
  • Mega Millions game revamped with bigger prizes
    Lottery officials say the Mega Millions game will have bigger and faster growing jackpots as a result of a series of upcoming changes.
  • US Forest Service recreation sites re-opening
    Recreation facilities and offices across the Chattahoochee and Oconee National Forests are reopening after Forest Service employees began returning to work on Thursday, October 17.
  • Ex-House Speaker Tom Foley dies at 84
    Tom Foley, the courtly former speaker of the U.S. House who lost his seat when Republicans seized control of Congress in 1994, has died of complications from a stroke. He was 84.
  • Collins says shutdown showdown was unpopular, but important
    Even though polls are painting Congressional Republicans in a negative light following the 16-day partial government shutdown, North Georgia Congressman Doug Collins said Friday the battle was important.
  • Hertz doubles reward in car rental worker slaying
    Hertz Rent-a-Car is doubling its reward for information in the killing of an employee, who was gunned down while attending a vehicle last year.
  • Georgians frustrated by food stamp phone system
    Georgia residents who receive food stamps have been frustrated by problems in a statewide phone call-in system.
  • Firearms deer season to open Sat. across Georgia
    Georgia deer hunters can begin taking to the woods this weekend.
  • Ga. closer to paying off unemployment debt
    Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler says the state has made significant progress repaying the federal government for loans that covered unemployment benefits in recent years.
  • Flowery Branch man identified as accident victim
    Hall County authorities said a 23-year-old Flowery Branch man was the victim of an early morning crash in south Hall County Thursday.
  • NY Times best selling author to appear at Brenau
    New York Times Best Selling author Mary Alice Monroe will be appearing at Brenau University on Monday, October 21, according to University officials.
  • State grants permits for Saturday 'Great Bull Run'
    Just days before daredevil runners plan to dodge a stampede of bulls at a Georgia horse park, state agriculture officials approved last-minute permits paving the way for the event.
  • Atlanta-based SunTrust to cut 800 positions
    Atlanta-based SunTrust Banks Inc. has informed employees that it will cut 800 positions in its mortgage business.
  • Initial unemployment insurance claims down slightly in Georgia
    The Georgia Department of Labor announced today that 34,293 laid-off workers filed first-time claims for unemployment insurance (UI) benefits in September, down by 1,210, or 3.4 percent, from August
  • Gov't reopens after Congress ends 16-day shutdown
    The government reopened its doors Thursday after a battle-weary Congress approved a bipartisan measure to end a 16-day partial shutdown and avert the possibility of an economy-jarring default on U.S. obligations.
  • Deal selects panel to weigh suspension of lawmaker
    Two Republican state lawmakers and a retired Georgia Supreme Court chief justice will decide whether to suspend Sen. Don Balfour from office while he faces charges stemming from an investigation into his legislative pay and expenses.
  • Stocks surge as Washington closes in on debt deal
    The stock market surged in late morning trading as Washington closed in on a deal to avoid a default by the U.S. government.
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