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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Traffic accident forces closure of two Cornelia streets
    A traffic accident Friday morning has forced the closure of two roadways in the city of Cornelia.
  • Pickens Co. student accused of rape on school property
    A Pickens County High School student is being held in the county jail without bond, charged in a sexual assault on another student.
  • White Co. High grad, UGA walk-on charged in sexual assault
    A former walk-on player for the University of Georgia football team has been arrested in Athens and charged with the sexual assault of his girlfriend.
  • 11 UGA fraternity members face hazing charges
    Police say nearly a dozen University of Georgia fraternity members face hazing charges after students were beaten with fists as part of an initiation ritual.
  • Man burned in Gwinnett house fire
    A Lawrenceville man was sent to the hospital with serious injuries after an overnight fire gutted his home on Dogwood Lane.
  • Collins ranked as Ga.'s most conservative congressman
    Congressman Doug Collins of Gainesville has been named the most conservative member of Georgia's congressional delegation by the National Journal.
  • PETA wants memorial on Athens Highway for chickens killed in wreck
    Activists with PETA have written a letter to the Georgia Department of Transportation, asking that a monument be erected at the site of a crash late last month involving a poultry truck.
  • Freeway signs warn of storm watch but none issued
    Despite warnings of a winter storm watch posted on large message boards over metro Atlanta interstates, the National Weather Service issued no such watch and requested that they be corrected.
  • Child traffic deaths drop 43 percent over decade
    A new report shows fewer children are dying in traffic accidents, and officials say that's because more young kids are buckled up.
  • FBI probes fire that burned Georgia Tech student
    The Federal Bureau of Investigation and local police are investigating what caused a fire that severely burned a Georgia Tech graduate student inside an apartment in midtown Atlanta.
  • Gainesville Council moves closer to change in animal ordinance
    The city of Gainesville's animal control ordinance is one step closer to lining up with elements in the Hall County animal control ordinance.
  • Literacy group to benefit from Habersham spelling bee
    The top spellers from Habersham County's 11 elementary and middle schools will face off this Thursday February 6 in the Habersham County Scripps Spelling Bee.
  • Lanier Tech to host dual enrollment meeting
    Officials with Lanier Technical College have scheduled an informational meeting for this week for students interested in the dual enrollment program.
  • 3 people detained after police officer shot in Cobb Co.
    Police have detained three people in the search for suspects after a police officer was shot and wounded in Atlanta's northwest suburbs.
  • Walter named to UNG Ombudsman position
    Dr. Tom Walter has been selected as the ombudsman for faculty and staff at the University of North Georgia (UNG). UNG President Bonita Jacobs announced the appointment to faculty and staff on Tuesday.
  • Hall planners say no to Flowery Branch complex
    A plan to build a mixed use development with more than 350 apartments in Flowery Branch will go to the Hall County Commission later this month without the approval of the Hall County Planning Commission.
  • Fundraising effort planned after 18 horses killed in fire
    A fundraising effort is planned to help the owners of horses that were killed after a fire destroyed their stable at a northeast Georgia equestrian center.
  • Senate set to send farm bill to Obama
    Congress is poised to send a massive, five-year farm bill that provides food for the needy and subsidies for the nation's farmers to the White House for President Barack Obama's signature.
  • Cobb County Schools superintendent to step down
    The superintendent of one of Georgia's largest school systems is stepping down.
  • Gainesville City School Board restores full calendar
    The Gainesville City School System will operate on a full calendar next year for the first time since the state began making austerity cuts to the budget and reducing contributions to local school systems.
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