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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Top Marine, survivors remember 1983 Beirut blast
    The Marine Corps' top general said Wednesday the deadly Beirut barracks bombing 30 years ago helped define the start of America's war against terrorists.
  • Police search for suspect in Atlanta armored truck heist
    Police and FBI agents are searching for a suspect in the robbery of an armored truck south of Atlanta.
  • Tsarnaev wants access to records in triple slaying
    The surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect, who faces a potential death penalty, is fighting to get access to investigative records that implicate his dead brother in a triple slaying in 2011.
  • Oakwood man, pet injured in dog attack
    At last report, Hall County Animal Control is searching for the owner of a dog that attacked a man and his dog in the Oakwood area early Wednesday morning.
  • Stock rally fades; Caterpillar leads Dow lower
    A rally is fading on the stock market, pulling the Standard & Poor's 500 index back from its latest record high.
  • Obama appeals to allies to stick with health law
    The Obama administration is appealing to its allies in Congress, on Wall Street and across the country to stick with President Barack Obama's health care law even as embarrassing problems with the flagship website continue to mount.
  • Twin giant panda cubs in Atlanta are named
    The twin giant panda cubs born in July at Zoo Atlanta now have names.
  • College costs still rising, but moderating
    There's some good news on college tuition. Yes, the cost has gone up - but not as much in the past.
  • Frost advisory posted for N. Ga.
    The National Weather Service in Peachtree City has issued a frost advisory for Thursday morning.
  • Production lines to roll soon at Caterpillar plant
    A company engineer says production lines at Caterpillar's new Georgia plant will be rolling in time to meet the manufacturing firm's Nov. 1 goal.
  • Site of fierce fighting added to Civil War park
    One of the nation's most-visited Civil War sites will be expanded to include 42 acres where Confederate soldiers tried to stop Union forces from reaching Atlanta.
  • Ga. PSC asks consumers to prepare for winter energy costs
    The Georgia Public Service commission is reminding consumers to prepare for winter weather by weatherizing their households, enrolling in budget billing programs and conserving energy if possible.
  • 'Uncle Si' scarecrow burned, juvenile arrested
    Police in the north Georgia town of Ball Ground have discovered the burned remains of a scarecrow portraying Uncle Si Robertson from TV's ``Duck Dynasty.''
  • NJ governor drops gay marriage appeal
    Gov. Chris Christie dropped his appeal to legalized same-sex marriages on Monday, hours after gay couples began immediately taking advantage of a court ruling that compelled the state to become the 14th in the nation to recognize same-sex nuptials.
  • New Jersey holds first gay marriage ceremonies
    Gay couples in communities across New Jersey exchanged marriage vows in the first minutes of Monday, taking advantage of a court ruling that compelled the state to become the 14th in the nation to recognize same-sex nuptials.
  • Hunter killed in central Ga.; few details released
    Authorities say a hunter was killed in Jones County over the weekend, though few details of the case were available early Monday.
  • AT&T: Upgrade will boost cell service at Athens stadium
    AT&T says a major upgrade in the works will boost the power of mobile devices on its network in Sanford Stadium in Athens.
  • Gas prices move higher after government reopens
    As forecast, retail gas prices moved higher last week after the government struck a deal to reopen and raise the debt ceiling.
  • Man convicted of molesting stepdaughter, now faces charges in Hall Co.
    A man found guilty of molesting his stepdaughter by a Gwinnett County jury also faces charges in Hall County, according to Gwinnett court officials.
  • Elderly Ga. man sentenced in food stamp fraud scheme
    Federal prosecutors say the owner of a grocery store in middle Georgia was sentenced Friday to 40 months in prison for his role in a large food stamp fraud scheme.
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