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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • DNR may create new law enforcement division
    The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is proposing to create a new law enforcement division, separating it from its Wildlife Resources division.
  • Vandalism at GA Islamic center under investigation
    Police are investigating a case of vandalism at an Islamic center in suburban Atlanta.
  • Bachmann says she will not run for re-election
    Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, a conservative firebrand and a favorite of tea party Republicans, said Wednesday she will not run for another term in the U.S. House.
  • Commerce man charged in series of burglaries
    The Jackson County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Commerce man and charged him with three residential burglaries in the Commerce/Maysville area.
  • Rising home and stock prices boost US confidence
    Americans are more confident in the U.S. economy than at any point in the past five years, thanks to surging home prices, a brighter job market and record-setting stock prices.
  • Forsyth County woman in grave condition after being hit by minivan
    A woman who was walking along Highway 9 (Atlanta Highway) at 4 a.m. Tuesday was struck by a minivan and critically injured, according to Forsyth County authorities.
  • Boating incident mars otherwise safe weekend on Lanier
    Despite an incident that injured two people on a Sea-Doo late Friday night, Lake Lanier was a relatively safe place to spend Memorial Day weekend, according to authorities with the State Department of Natural Resources.
  • Privatizing parks may mean charging for more services
    Five Georgia state parks, including two in north Georgia, will be soon be completely managed by private, for-profit firms.
  • Miss. notes 50th anniversary of Woolworth's sit-in
    Fifty years ago, an angry white mob attacked a racially mixed group that sought to integrate a whites-only lunch counter in Mississippi's capital city.
  • Georgia DOT begins overnight work in Winder
    The Georgia Department of Transportation begins overnight roadwork in Winder Tuesday night, closing one lane on State Road 11/Broad Street.
  • Winder man charged in two-county chase
    The Georgia State Patrol Monday afternoon released the name of the man who allegedly led authorities on a two-county chase, ultimately crashing into a trooper's vehicle in Hall County Sunday night.
  • Ga. film alliance wants to attract movie makers
    Three Georgia counties have joined a growing partnership that officials in southeast Georgia say will attract more film and television projects to the region.
  • Portion of Berlin Wall auctioned in Suwanee
    A piece of the Berlin Wall was auctioned off in Gwinnett County over the weekend as part of an effort to pay back victims of an investment scheme.
  • Ga. band works to save Civil War battlefield sites
    Atlanta band Granville Automatic is preparing to release a music video filmed at an ice cream shop on the site of the 1864 battle that left the city in flames during the Civil War.
  • Americans gather to honor fallen service members
    Americans planned to gather at cemeteries, memorials and monuments nationwide to honor fallen military service members on Memorial Day, at a time when combat in Afghanistan approaches 12 years and the ranks of World War II veterans dwindles.
  • Overturned rig prompts closure of I-85 north in Jackson Co.
    Authorities say an overturned tractor trailer has forced the closure of one lane of I-85 northbound at Exit 147.
  • Gwinnett program to assist animal victims in Moore, Okla.
    Gwinett County Police Animal Welfare & Enforcement is hosting a pet food and pet supply drive this weekend to aid the only functioning animal shelter in Moore, Oklahoma, the site of a devastating tornado on Monday.
  • Firefighters spearhead tornado relief collections in Franklin Co.
    North Georgians may have the holiday weekend on their minds, but that doesn't mean they've forgotten the people affected by this week's tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.
  • Gilmer County veterans prepare for annual Memorial Day Service
    Veterans from Gilmer County and the surrounding area are ready once again to commemorate Memorial Day at the Veterans Memorial Bridge and Garden in Ellijay.
  • Sautee-Nacoochee firefighters prepare for annual BBQ
    Saturday, May 25, marks the 24th anniversary for the Sautee-Nacoochee Volunteer Firefighters Annual "Pig Out Barbeque."
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