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B.J. Williams

B.J. Williams





Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Challenged Child & Friends sets 2015 community open house dates
    Challenged Child & Friends, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2015, has announced a series of Community Open Houses.
  • Egypt stages 2nd wave of airstrikes after video of killings
    Security officials say Egyptian warplanes have staged a second wave of airstrikes against positions of the Islamic State group in neighboring Libya.
  • Ga. man gored by bull at festival in Spain
    A 20-year-old American man who was badly gored during a bull-running festival is out of intensive care and improving, a spokesman for the Clinic Hospital in western Salamanca said Monday.
  • Home in northwest Hall Co. destroyed by fire
    A home in northwest Hall County was destroyed by fire Sunday night, according to Hall County Fire Marshal Scott Cagle.
  • Gas prices rise, but prediction for 2015 average drops
    Gasoline prices shot up seven cents a gallon last week; the current national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded is $2.25.
  • Gov. Deal declares emergency for N. Ga. counties ahead of storm
    Acting on a recommendation from the state's Emergency Operations Command, Gov. Nathan Deal has signed an executive order to declare a state of emergency for disaster preparedness for the 15 North Georgia counties under a winter storm warning.
  • Two-vehicle crash kills Forsyth Co. teen
    A Forsyth County teenager is dead after a two-vehicle crash Friday night on Bannister Road near the Forsyth-Dawson County line.
  • Lake Lanier Islands Resort ready to hire 100 seasonal workers
    Even though the summer season is a few months away, officials at Lake Lanier Islands Resort are ready to begin seasonal hiring.
  • Summer honored by state defense lawyers group
    Gainesville attorney Dan Summer recently received the 2014 Indigent Defense Award from the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (GACDL).
  • Marietta police launch online sales safety program
    Police in the city of Marietta have launched a program meant to improve the safety of people looking to meet buyers and sellers of goods that have been posted online.
  • Man charged with having sex with corpse in Georgia mortuary
    A homeless man broke into a funeral home and had sex with a woman's body, police said Friday.
  • Wind chill advisory posted for N. Ga.
    The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory for most of north Georgia starting at midnight and lasting until Sunday at 10 a.m.
  • Forecasters expecting cold, potential snow in north Georgia
    Forecasters say snow could be making its way toward north Georgia.
  • COLD CASE: Young mother was shot to death behind Oakwood home
    It has been just over a year since the body of Holly Fox Strickland was discovered along a tree line on a road that ran just behind the home where she lived with her two children and the paternal grandparents of her daughter.
  • Football standout Johnson indicted on aggravated rape charges
    A former star football player for Gainesville High School and the University of Tennessee has now been formally indicted on aggravated rape charges.
  • Atlanta police: 785 pairs of panties stolen from store
    Atlanta police are searching for a person they believe stole almost 800 pairs of panties from a Victoria's Secret store.
  • Jefferson man one of two new commercial loan officers at Madison Bank & Trust
    Jay Starnes, President and CEO of First Madison Bank & Trust recently announced the addition of two seasoned loan officers to the bank staff.
  • COLD CASE: Victim, 24, was a caregiver for autistic boy
    Rashaun Miguel Taylor - known to everyone as Shaun - was just 24-years-old when he was shot to death four days before Christmas in 2013.
  • House OKs easier path to diploma despite failing tests
    The Georgia House of Representatives has approved a bill letting thousands of Georgians who did not pass high school graduation tests petition local officials for diplomas.
  • Milliken closing Greenville, SC plant, investing more in Gainesville facility
    A Spartanburg textile company says it will close a mill in Greenville that employees about 200 people.
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