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B.J. Williams

B.J. Williams





Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Issa plans depositions for Mullen, Pickering
    The Republican chairman of the House oversight panel is asking a veteran diplomat and a former chairman of the Joints Chief of Staff for sworn testimony about their investigation into the deaths of four Americans at a diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya.
  • UGA cheerleaders to appear on 'Today'
    The University of Georgia's cheerleaders are visiting New York for an appearance on early morning TV.
  • Overnight road work planned on I-985 next week
    The Georgia Department of Transportation says maintenance work is planned overnights next week on I-985 north from its beginning at I-85 and northward for two miles.
  • First black woman named to Ga. Civil War Commission
    The first black woman has been appointed to serve on Georgia's Civil War Commission.
  • Smoke forces evacuation of White House press room
    Reporters and photographers were evacuated early Saturday from the White House press room because of smoke.
  • Gainesville memorial service set for Georgia songwriter
    A memorial service will be held Wednesday for a Georgia songwriter who fell on hard times and lived his final days at Good News at Noon in Gainesville.
  • Hall Co. budget open house set for May 16
    The budget hearing process is underway in Hall County, and governor officials have planned a public budget meeting for Thursday, May 16.
  • Baby, teen killed in Ga. street racing crash
    A baby and a teenage passenger were killed when the child's mother was racing another car and crashed on Interstate 20 east of Atlanta early Friday, the Georgia State Patrol said.
  • Panel recommends tearing down Sandy Hook Elem.
    A task force of elected officials on Friday recommended tearing down the Connecticut elementary school where 20 first-graders and six educators were shot dead in December and rebuilding on the site.
  • FDIC closes south Georgia bank
    The Georgia Department of Banking and Finance has shut down a Valdosta-based bank and transferred its assets to another one in based in Columbus.
  • Texas launches criminal probe into plant explosion
    Texas law enforcement officials on Friday launched a criminal investigation into the massive fertilizer plant explosion that killed 14 people last month
  • Man arrested in North Point Mall bomb threat
    Police have arrested a man accused of calling in a bomb threat at a mall in suburban Atlanta.
  • Businesses, volunteers honored at GHCC annual meeting
    Both area businesses and individuals were honored at Thursday night's 105th Annual Meeting and Gala for the Great Hall Chamber of Commerce at the Chattahoochee Country Club.
  • Forsyth Co. father, son arrested for stealing from 91-year-old
    A father and son from Forsyth County have been charged with stealing more than $1.6 million from an elderly Cobb County woman.
  • Coastal Georgia college announces expansion plans
    Armstrong Atlantic State University plans to expand its Armstrong-Liberty Center in the south Georgia community of Hinesville.
  • Bangladesh workers find survivor in factory rubble
    A woman buried in the wreckage of a collapsed garment factory building for 17 days was rescued Friday
  • Georgia not quite drought free
    Climatoligists had predicted that Georgia would be completely drought free when the latest U.S. Drought Monitor map was issued Thursday, but there are still two counties that show abonormally dry conditions.
  • Dancers fight zoning change aimed at Atlanta strip clubs
    An Atlanta zoning board has sided with adult entertainment workers who showed up at a city meeting to oppose proposed changes aimed at shutting down the clubs where they work.
  • Gwinnett math teacher charged with sexual assault
    A math teacher from Mountain View High School in Lawrenceville is in jail without bond on a sexual assault charge for what authorities say was an inappropriate relationship with a student.
  • Search for robbery suspect resulted in schools lockdown
    Gainesville Police said it was a robbery suspect they were searching for Thursday afternoon that resulted in that precautionary lockdown for the school complex that includes Gainesville High School.
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