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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • State prepares for removal of Ga. 400 toll booths
    Authorities are moving forward with plans to quit collecting tolls on Georgia 400 in late November and begin dismantling the giant toll plaza in January.
  • Fire does heavy damage to Buford home
    An overnight fire did heavy damage to a house on Old Oaks Road in Buford.
  • Search to resume for missing man in Chattahoochee
    Crews are expected to return to the Chattahoochee River just north of Atlanta to continue their search for a missing swimmer.
  • Woman jailed on DUI, other charges after Tues. morning crash
    A Forsyth County woman faces charges including DUI following a Tuesday morning car crash that sent a 17-year-old to an Atlanta hospital in critical condition.
  • Gilmer, Pickens flood victims won't get federal aid
    Homeowners whose houses were damaged in last week's torrential rains learned Monday that they are not eligible to receive aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Apparently, the damage caused by the deluge was not enough to warrant low interest loans from FEMA.
  • HEMC crew hits water line, Demorest service affected
    Authorities with both the city of Demorest and Habersham EMC have confirmed that a crew working along Old Cleveland Road has hit a water line, affecting some water customers in the area.
  • Two charged in Braselton burglary
    Two men, one from Winder and the other from Braselton, have been charged in Jackson County for a recent burglary at a Braselton residence.
  • Mayor: Atlanta has partial deal for new stadium
    Mayor Kasim Reed says Atlanta has reached a $19.5 million preliminary deal to buy the property of one of two churches needed to build a new stadium for the Atlanta Falcons.
  • Defense furloughs cut from 11 days to 6 days
    U.S. defense officials say they will be able to ease the pain of mandatory, unpaid furloughs that civilian employees have had to bear for a month because of budgetary pressures.
  • Atlanta site considered for state history museum
    Georgia officials are considering the idea of a adding a new tourist attraction to downtown Atlanta in the form of a state history museum.
  • Rabid raccoon found in north Hall Co.
    Hall County Animal Control has reported another confirmed rabies case in the county - the ninth one for the year.
  • Former President George W. Bush has heart procedure
    Former President George W. Bush has successfully undergone a heart procedure after doctors discovered a blockage in an artery.
  • Police make arrest in burglary at Hank Aaron home
    Police say they've made an arrest in a burglary at baseball great Hank Aaron's Atlanta home.
  • State Dept. urges US citizens to leave Yemen
    The State Department on Tuesday ordered non-essential personnel at the U.S. Embassy in Yemen to leave the country following the threat by al-Qaida that has triggered temporary shutdowns of 19 American diplomatic posts across the Middle East and Africa.
  • Ex-Ga. state worker sentenced in racketeering
    A former state employee has been sentenced to probation in a racketeering scheme.
  • Top 20 party schools list released
    The Princeton Review released its annual college rankings on Monday, including a list of the Top 20 party schools in the nation for 2013.
  • Republicans want NBC, CNN to pull Clinton programs
    The Republican National Committee charged Monday that NBC and CNN are promoting a potential presidential candicacy by Hillary Rodham Clinton, threatening to blackball them from future GOP primary debates if they air planned programs on the former secretary of state.
  • Alex Rodriguez, others suspended by MLB for drugs
    Alex Rodriguez was suspended through 2014 and All-Stars Nelson Cruz, Jhonny Peralta and Everth Cabrera were banned 50 games apiece Monday when Major League Baseball disciplined 13 players in a drug case - the most sweeping punishment since the Black Sox scandal nearly a century ago.
  • Teen pleads guilty in Utah soccer ref death
    A teenager charged with killing a Utah soccer referee over a call during a game has pleaded guilty to a charge of homicide by assault.
  • Gullah Geechee Corridor seeks executive director
    The commission working to preserve the culture of slave descendants on the sea islands in four southeastern states is looking for its first executive director.
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