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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Fast food workers in Ga. to rally for higher wages
    A group of fast food employees is preparing to rally in Atlanta to push for higher pay and the right to form a union.
  • Gainesville school system offers reward in school threat case
    Gainesville City School officials and Gainesville police investigators say they want to find out who scrawled a threat on a bathroom wall at Gainesville High School Tuesday - and they want to find out immediately.
  • Atlanta airport reports increase in holiday travel
    Atlanta's airport is reporting an increase in passenger traffic during the Thanksgiving weekend, saying more than 1.8 million people passed through between Nov. 25 and Dec. 2.
  • Ex-prosecutor to fill District 104 Ga. House seat
    Former Gwinnett County prosecutor Chuck Efstration will fill the District 104 seat in the Georgia House of Representatives.
  • Ga. state officials warn of holiday DUI danger
    The Governor's Office of Highway Safety is reminding travelers to find a designated driver to curb alcohol-related crashes during the holiday season.
  • DRC hosts Ho Ho Hustle this Saturday
    Disability Resource Center (DRC) in Hall County hosts its 2nd Annual Ho Ho Hustle 5k and Candy Cane Canter 1 mile race on Saturday, December 7 in downtown Oakwood.
  • Buford City employees to get 3-percent salary increase
    City of Buford employees got some good news from Buford City Commissioners Monday night in the form of a cost of living increase.
  • Atlanta OKs funds for neighborhoods near stadium
    Atlanta's city council has unanimously passed a plan for spending millions of dollars aimed at helping neighborhoods near the future home of the Atlanta Falcons.
  • CCA to close Gainesville facility at end of year
    A spokesman for Corrections Corporation of American (CCA) has announced the company's plan to close the Gainesville facility by the end of 2013.
  • US construction spending up 0.8 percent in October
    U.S. developers boosted construction spending in October at the fastest pace in more than four years, propelled by a surge in government buildings. The increase suggests the 16-day partial government shutdown didn't slow public projects.
  • UGA gets grant to process political party records
    A University of Georgia library has received a grant to process the records of the Republican and Democratic parties of Georgia.
  • US stocks pause after long holiday weekend
    The stock market is little changed is early trading after eight straight weeks of gains and the long holiday weekend.
  • Probe seeks cause of NYC train crash that killed 4
    Federal authorities on Monday were beginning an exhaustive investigation into what caused a New York City commuter train rounding a riverside curve to derail, killing four people and injuring more than 60 others.
  • Hospital worker to be sentenced in hepatitis case
    A traveling medical technician who infected dozens of patients in multiple states with hepatitis C through tainted syringes was due to find out Monday how many decades he'll spend in a New Hampshire prison.
  • Baldwin man dies in east Hall crash
    A Baldwin man is among the 14 traffic deaths that occurred on Georgia roadways over the Thanksgiving holiday travel period.
  • Trial set to begin in Gwinnett Co. for DragonCon co-founder
    After years of delays, a trial is set to begin in Gwinnett County for the founder of a science-fiction convention who faces multiple charges of child molestation.
  • Nationwide gas prices averaged less this Thanksgiving
    The nationís gas prices were easier on the wallet this year, as close to 40 million motorists traveled for Thanksgiving.
  • GA 400 reopens after accident involving small fuel spill
    The northbound lanes of Georgia 400 reopened just after 2 p.m. after a number of cars became involved in an accident just north of Bald Ridge Marina Friday afternoon.
  • Stocks rise as Black Friday shopping push unfolds
    Retailers led stocks higher in holiday-shortened trading Friday, putting the market on track for another strong month.
  • Early opening draws Black Friday crowds to local malls
    While there might have been some protests about retailers opening their stores on Thanksgiving night for an early start to the holiday shopping season, shoppers ignored the naysayers and showed up anyway to search for big bargains.
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