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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Egypt's Mubarak may be released; 25 police killed
    Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who is on retrial for the killings of hundreds of protesters during the 2011 uprising that led to his ouster, could be released from custody later this week, judicial officials said Monday.
  • GCSS opening school doors to the community
    Under a new concept, and in response to suggestions from the community, the Gainesville City School System (GCSS) invites the public to visit each of its schools this fall.
  • Ga. teen faces trial for killing of baby in stroller
    Five months after a Georgia toddler was killed in his stroller by a gunshot to the head, a teenager charged as the gunman is scheduled to stand trial.
  • Land use draws more than 100 to public information session
    About 100 White County property owners showed up at the first of a series of public information sessions concerning the development of land use regulations being developed in the county.
  • Deal asks authority to reverse ban on complimentary tolls
    At the request of Governor Deal, the State Road and Tollway Authority has reversed its decision to ban the so-called "pay it forward" tolls on Georgia 400.
  • Ga. receiving $3.8M for health insurance guides
    Georgia groups will receive $3.8 million so they can hire counselors to guide people seeking health insurance coverage through a new online marketplace, officials said Thursday.
  • New rule bans Ga. toll booth charity
    No more paying the toll for the motorist behind you on Georgia Highway 400.
  • Lanier High School student dies after swimming accident
    A Lanier High School senior has died following a swimming accident this past weekend.
  • Gwinnett Co. ranked #9 on top jobs lists
    CNN Money Magazine just released its "Where the Jobs Are" list and Gwinnett County placed ninth in the rankings.
  • Private school principal faces child molestation charges
    Police in suburban Atlanta say the principal of a private Lutheran school faces charges of child molestation.
  • Fire crews monitor Valdosta chemical plant blast
    Authorities in south Georgia say fire crews were continuing to monitor the scene of a chemical explosion that rocked an industrial complex, injuring three people.
  • Trial set for country singer in Ga. threats case
    A Savannah judge has set an Oct. 4 trial date for country singer Billy Currington, who is charged with threatening a 70-year-old tour boat captain who cruised past the dock of a waterfront home where the singer was staying.
  • Two reported dead in UPS plane crash
    The Birmingham News is reporting two pilots on a UPS cargo plane died when the plane crashed just before dawn Wednesday.
  • SC man sentenced in Barrow Co. sex sting
    A South Carolina man has been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison after he was caught in a sex sting operation in Barrow County a year ago.
  • Man killed in stadium fall was lifelong Braves fan
    The mother of a Georgia man who died after falling from the upper deck of Turner Field in Atlanta says her son was a lifelong Braves fan who followed the team through losing seasons as well as winning ones.
  • Parent wants 'God is Dead' art removed from class
    Administrators at a Georgia high school say there are no plans to remove student artwork with the proclamation that "God is Dead!" despite complaints from at least one parent.
  • Hall Co. school board discusses smarter spending on AP exams
    Some Hall County School Board members Monday expressed concern about the amount of money the system is spending on the AP exams.
  • Man dies from injuries suffered in Aug. 2 car crash
    A Baldwin man injured in a single-car crash just over a week ago has died from injuries sustained in the accident.
  • Elachee extends hours for Snake Day event
    Officials at Elachee Nature Science Center have decided to extend the hours for their Annual Snake Day this year.
  • Applications for Gainesville School Superintendent ready by next week
    Monday was Merrianne Dyer's last first day of school as the Superintendent of the Gainesville City School System.
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