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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • More Hall Co. dogs on the way to New York
    Nearly four dozen dogs from the Hall County Animal Shelter will be taking a trip north Thursday afternoon, hoping to find 'forever' homes in New York state.
  • Gwinnett police search for suspects in robbery, sexual assault of elderly woman
    At last report, Gwinnett County police investigators were still searching for two men in connection with the rape and home invasion robbery of a 79-year-old woman.
  • Local authorities search for suspect in Taco Bell crime
    Law enforcement from both the Gainesville Police Department and the Hall County Sheriff's Office are on the lookout for a suspect in an armed robbery that took place outside a fast food restaurant on Browns Bridge Road early Thursday morning.
  • Dacula man identified as victim of Barrow crash
    The Georgia State Patrol has released the identity of the man killed in a Wednesday morning traffic accident in Barrow County.
  • Scammers use scare tactics to steal from Jackson EMC customers
    While telephone scams are nothing new in the area, Jackson EMC officials said in a news release Thursday that they have seen an increase in scam attempts, and some have been successful.
  • Report: Braves to pay 55 percent of stadium cost
    The Atlanta Braves would pay 55 percent of the cost for a new $672 million stadium under terms of a deal that would bring the team to the city's northwest suburbs, a Cobb County leader said.
  • Deal wants to increase DFACS funding; move follows two firings
    Gov. Nathan Deal has announced a plan to spend about $27 million in state and federal funding to hire new case workers and supervisors for the state Department of Family and Children's Services.
  • Panel recommends suspension of Ga. lawmaker
    A panel has recommended the suspension of a Republican lawmaker accused of illegally claiming state pay, Gov. Nathan Deal's office said Wednesday.
  • Ga. Water Coalition 'Dirty Dozen' list includes four in N. Ga.
    The Georgia Water Coalition has once again released a list of its "Dirty Dozen," which highlights 12 of the worst offenses to Georgia's waterways. Four of the reported offenders are in north Georgia.
  • Jury expected to deliberate in boating deaths case
    The case of a Forsyth County man charged in a boating accident on Lake Lanier that killed two boys could soon be headed to a jury.
  • Area schools excel, some need help per DOE list
    The Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) Tuesday released the list of 2013 Reward and Alert Schools as part of the state's waiver from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).
  • Hall School Board gives the okay to new fine arts facilities
    The Hall County School District is moving forward on an upgrade of fine arts facilities for at least two high schools.
  • Girl, 2, severely burned when gas ignites on slide
    Authorities say a 2-year-old girl was severely burned when gasoline sparked a fire on a slide where she and her sister were playing.
  • Judge's affair prompts new trial for 5 Ga. men
    The Georgia Court of Appeals has ordered new trials for five men in Fayette County because of an affair their trial judge was having with the public defender who represented them.
  • East Hall family loses home to overnight fire
    A family in Eastern Hall County was displaced by an overnight fire at their home on Coker Road.
  • Small, impassioned group asks for Hall Co. anti-tethering law
    The group was small, but the nine people who approached the Hall County Commission Monday after was passionate about their cause - creation of an anti-tethering law for dogs in the county.
  • More flights added at Savannah/Hilton Head airport
    The Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport is gearing up for more flights in the coming year as airlines expand service at the coastal Georgia airport.
  • Falling tree kills man in east Georgia
    Authorities say an east Georgia man was killed when a tree fell on the tractor he was driving.
  • Alleged kidnapper caught in Banks Co.
    The man suspected in the kidnapping of a Commerce toddler on Friday has been caught in Banks County, according to the Banks County Sheriff's Office.
  • Atlanta Braves say they will build new stadium in Cobb Co.
    The Braves announced Monday they are leaving Turner Field and moving into a new 42,000-seat, $672 million stadium about 10 miles from downtown in 2017.
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