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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Hoschton-based bank acquires Douglas Co. bank closed by FDIC
    Some assets and liabilities of Douglas County Bank in Douglasville, seized Friday by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), have been acquired by Hamilton State Bank, which is based in Hoschton in north Georgia.
  • Victims' rights advocates focus on children
    The focus was on children Friday morning as dozens of people gathered in Kenyon Plaza in downtown Gainesville for the annual observance of National Crime Victims' Rights Week.
  • Bill to end airport delays headed for House vote
    Legislation to end furloughs of air traffic controllers and delays for millions of travelers is headed to a House vote after a dark-of-night vote in the Senate that took place after most lawmakers had left the Capitol for a weeklong vacation.
  • Deal signs second part of Ga criminal justice bill
    Gov. Nathan Deal signed the second edition of a criminal justice bill into law Thursday, calling the legislation another step toward making the state "smarter on crime."
  • Cleveland woman found safe after four-hour search
    Authorities in White County spent more than four hours Wednesday night searching for a Cleveland woman who suffers from dementia.
  • NYC Mayor: Boston suspect said NY was next target
    New York City officials say the Boston Marathon bombing suspects intended to blow up their remaining explosives in Times Square.
  • Kohl's manager faces Peeping Tom charges
    A manager at a Kohl's Department Store in Lawrenceville is out of a job after he was charged as a Peeping Tom last week.
  • Presidents praise George W. Bush at new library
    Presidents past and present lionized one of their own Thursday, putting politics aside as President George W. Bush dedicated the library that documents his place in history.
  • Longstreet Society is ready for Annual Bivouac
    The Longstreet Society will hold its Annual Bivouac this Saturday, April 27 at the historic Piedmont Hotel at 827 Maple Street.
  • Deal signs bill designed to fix Ga. illegal immigration law
    Governor Nathan Deal has signed a bill that aims to fix some unintended consequences of the state's 2011 crackdown on illegal immigration.
  • Singer Billy Currington charged with making threat
    Country singer Billy Currington has been indicted in Georgia on charges that he threatened bodily harm to a man older than 65.
  • Northeast Georgia's unemployment rate declines to 7.4 percent in March
    The Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday that the unemployment rate in the Northeast Georgia region declined to 7.4 percent in March, down four-tenths of a percentage point from 7.8 percent in February.
  • Dog burned in Dec. fire close to making full recovery
    Four months ago, the staff members at Clermont Veterinary Clinic were not sure Kali would live, since the Labrador retriever had been burned over more than 50-percent of her body.
  • Gwinnett probate judge needs help processing firearms permits
    Residents in Gwinnett County are seeking permits to carry firearms at a higher pace than ever before.
  • Ricin suspect released from jail
    The Mississippi man charged with sending poisoned letters to President Barack Obama, a U.S. senator and a state judge was released from jail on Tuesday
  • Deal signs youth concussion bill
    Georgia joined dozens of other states on Tuesday with a law aimed at educating parents and coaches about the risks of youth concussions.
  • College head to reimburse school for wedding costs
    eorgia Regents University President Ricardo Azziz plans to reimburse the school for costs of a state-owned bus that was used to carry guests of a private wedding at his home, school officials said.
  • Police probe mail thefts from 48 victims in Athens
    Dozens of northeast Georgia residents say their mail was stolen in a mystery that involves plastic bags full of mail found in the bed of a pickup truck.
  • Investigators seek more details on mute Boston bomb suspect
    The 19-year-old charged with the Boston Marathon bombing, his throat injured by a gunshot wound, wrote down answers to the questions of investigators about his motives and connections to any terror networks.
  • Schofield warns Board cost cutting must continue in FY '14
    Hall County School Superintendent Will Schofield told school board members at their meeting Monday that they should get ready for another year of cutting costs, since the system will be paying more for teacher health insurance and retirement in the coming year.
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