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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Gwinnett pair arrested in $53K undercover drug buy
    Drug agents confiscated more than a pound of methamphetamine during an undercover buy in south Hall County Thursday.
  • Gainesville's First Friday events begin tonight
    Main Street Gainesville's First Friday series gets underway the evening of May 2.
  • Samurai swords found in search of Dekalb slaying scene
    Police say they found samurai swords in a search of the home where a 73-year-old woman and her 75-year-old husband were stabbed to death.
  • Feds say more than 316,500 Georgians picked health plans
    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reports that more than 316,500 Georgians have picked plans through the federally operated health insurance marketplace.
  • Prayers lifted in downtown Gainesville for annual observance
    The community of faith gathered in downtown Gainesville Thursday as part of the 63rd annual National Day of Prayer observance.
  • Child drowns in Clermont swimming pool
    A 16-month-old boy has died after falling into a swimming pool at a Clermont home.
  • Forsyth Co. robbery suspect arrested
    Forsyth County authorities said a man who led authorities on a manhunt in March following a robbery has been taken into custody.
  • Florida jail explosion kills 2, injures dozens
    A gas explosion at the jail in Pensacola, Florida, killed two people and injured more than 100 others, according to an Escambia County spokeswoman.
  • Student with gun prompts lock down at WCHS
    No one was hurt Wednesday morning when a female student brought a gun to White County High School, threatening to commit suicide.
  • Storm topples tree on car, kills driver in Athens
    Police blame a storm packing powerful winds for the death of a man in Athens.
  • Ga. faces potential severe weather for 3rd day
    Georgians are being cautioned to watch out for potentially severe weather for a third day, with strong thunderstorms and isolated tornadoes possible mostly in the middle and southern regions of the state.
  • At least 34 dead as South braces for more twisters
  • Hall Co. school board sets budget timetable
    The Hall County School Board Monday night approved a budget timeline as members work on a spending plan for the upcoming school year.
  • Witness: FedEx shooter armed with large rifle, knife, ammo strapped across chest
    A shooter described as being armed with an assault rifle and having bullets strapped across his chest "like Rambo" opened fire Tuesday morning at a FedEx station outside Atlanta, wounding at least six people before police found the suspect dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot.
  • High winds bring down trees in Hall Co.
    Hall County Deputy EMA Director Scott Cagle said that high winds associated with a storm system moving across the state have brought down a number of trees across the county.
  • Deal declares state of emergency
    In preparation for severe storms that have caused extensive damage in states to the west, Gov. Nathan Deal Monday night declared a state of emergency for the state of Georgia, which will free up all state resources needed for preparation and response in the counties targeted by the storm.
  • Three charged with damaging Blue Ridge EMC building
    Three men have been arrested and charged with breaking into a vacant building owned by Blue Ridge EMC late last week and doing as much as $3,000 worth of damage.
  • Ga. man breaks world record for barbecue marathon
    Jan Greeff barbecued burgers and hot dogs by the hundreds as his young daughter kept asking, "Is daddy still cooking supper?" He finally finished after a world-record 80 hours spent cooking over a grill.
  • Deal signs $42.4 billion budget
    Gov. Nathan Deal has signed a $42.4 billion state operating budget, with improving revenues allowing the state to increase public education spending by hundreds of millions of dollars.
  • Kitchen fire leads to evacuation of Martin Elementary
    All students and staff are safe, but Martin Elementary Technology Academy of Math and Sciences was evacuated because of a fire in the school kitchen Monday morning.
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