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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Weather, closures to delay Georgia benefit notices
    State Department of Human Services officials say inclement weather will delay application processing and the delivery of several statewide assistance programs.
  • Atlanta-area roads still clogged with cars, trucks
    After a rare snow stopped Atlanta-area commuters in their tracks forcing many to hunker down in cars overnight or seek other shelter helicopters were being used to spot stranded drivers so rescuers could get food and water to them.
  • Gainesville travelers among those finding shelter at Canton church
    In the middle of all the bad stories about people spending the night in their cars after Tuesday's earlier-than-expected snow storm, we're hearing good stories of folks who have opened their doors to those who were left out in the cold.
  • 10 US cities, including Atlanta, vow to cut emissions from buildings
    Mayors from 10 U.S. cities took aim at their skylines Wednesday, pledging to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from their buildings.
  • Driver escapes injury when train hits car
    While there have been plenty of close calls for motorists during this week's snow storm, one of the closest calls came for a driver in Gainesville Wednesday morning.
  • Winter storm dumps 3-4 inches of snow on parts of Ga., including Gainesville area
    A winter storm dumped 3-4 inches of snow on parts of north Georgia Tuesday, including the Gainesville area.
  • WHMS 7th grader wins county spelling championship
    Carolina Santiago is no stranger to the Hall County Spelling Bee. She remembers all too well how she missed one letter in the word 'malachite' a year ago.
  • Winter storm prompts flight cancellations
    A winter storm expected to settle into the Southeast Tuesday has already prompted the cancellation of thousands of flights throughout the region.
  • State money allows Hall Co. School District to restore full calendar
    With the promise of additional funding from the state of Georgia, the Hall County School Board voted Monday afternoon to restore the full instructional calendar for the upcoming school year.
  • Staffing situation worsens at GA ethics commission
    The staffing situation at the state ethics commission has worsened, as the lead assistant to the executive secretary has resigned and the staff attorney remains on administrative leave.
  • Ga. lawmaker to introduce medical marijuana bill
    A Republican state lawmaker says he plans to introduce a bill Tuesday that would establish a process for medical marijuana to be legally administered in Georgia under certain circumstances.
  • 2 days after shooting, Maryland mall reopens
    A Maryland mall reopened Monday with increased security, somber memorials and still unanswered questions about why a gunman killed two people and himself inside a store.
  • AP-GFK poll: Negative view of health rollout eases
    Memo to the White House: The website may be fixed, but President Barack Obama's new health insurance markets have yet to win over most consumers.
  • Insurance benefit restored for Ga. state workers
    Georgia plans to spend about $114 million to restore some benefits to the health plan covering teachers and state employees.
  • Mt. Airy issues a boil water advisory
    In what has become an ongoing problem for the city, Mt. Airy officials have issued yet another boil water advisory for the city's water customers.
  • Savannah port on target to hit growth milestone
    The Georgia Ports Authority's chief executive says a midyear growth spurt in cargo volumes shows the Port of Savannah is on target to reach a big milestone this summer.
  • Deal touts endorsements from dozens of Ga. mayors
    Gov. Nathan Deal is touting the endorsement of some 110 mayors from across Georgia.
  • US sales of new homes drop 7% in Dec.
    U.S. sales of new homes fell in December for a second consecutive month but even with the pause at the end of the year, sales for all of 2013 climbed to the highest level in five years.
  • Two injured in Athens Hwy. crash
    A poultry truck carrying live chickens overturned early Monday on Highway 129 at Lenox Drive, injuring the two drivers involved.
  • Student let 4 burglars into UGA dormitory
    Police say four men suspected of burglarizing a dormitory at the University of Georgia got into the building when a student held a door open for them.
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