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B.J. Williams

B.J. Williams





Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Georgia's arson-sniffing dog dies after illness
    Georgia's insurance commissioner says the state's arson-sniffing dog has died.
  • Man rescued from well flown to Atlanta
    The man rescued by Hall County and Gainesville firefighters from the depths of a well Tuesday afternoon was flown to Atlanta Medical Center to be checked out.
  • State prison guards accused of attacking inmates
    A deputy warden and seven members of a specially trained team of guards at a state prison have been indicted on charges of repeatedly attacking inmates.
  • Gainesville doctor becomes first responder at Boston Marathon bombings
    Dr. Allan Panter of Gainesville went to Boston to watch his wife run the Boston Marathon. He ended up as a first responder when a bomb exploded near him at the finish line.
  • Feds seek suspects, motive in Boston bombings
    The bombs that blew up seconds apart at the finish line of one of the world's most storied races left the streets spattered with blood and glass, three dead, more than 140 wounded and maimed and gaping questions of who chose to attack at the Boston Marathon and why.
  • Atlanta officials vigilant after marathon bombing
    Officials in Atlanta say they're stepping up security in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing.
  • Special Report: Bringing awareness to child sexual abuse
    Since April is Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Prevention Month, local advocates have renewed their push to train a portion of Hall County's adults in preventing child sexual abuse.
  • Iraq attacks kill 36 less than a week before vote
    Insurgents launched what appeared to be a highly coordinated string of attacks across Iraq on Monday morning, killing at least 36 and wounding more than 200, according to officials.
  • Man in coma after beating outside Villa Rica bar
    Authorities say a man was in a coma after a beating outside a bar in the small west Georgia town of Villa Rica.
  • NWS says two tornadoes touched down Thurs., releases photo of storm path in Lumpkin Co.
    Forecasters said two tornadoes touched down in Georgia during a recent storm system, damaging homes in western and north Georgia.
  • High number of Georgia homeowners are upside down in mortgages
    Georgia is featured prominently in a survey of ZIP codes where mortgage holders owe more on their homes than the homes are now worth.
  • Post offices stay open late for last minute tax filers
    With the deadline looming for tax filing, several post offices in the north Georgia area will stay open past their usual 5 p.m. closing time to accept tax returns.
  • Legion pushes for youth health and safety at expo
    With a goal of promoting safety, health and wellness among Hall County's youth, American Legion Post 328 in Flowery Branch held its first ever health and safety expo this weekend.
  • Ga. hopes to avoid new delays for harbor expansion
    Caught between a fast approaching change expected to bring larger cargo ships to the Savannah River and tough times coaxing money from Washington, Georgia officials are taking a closer look at having state taxpayers pay more upfront to begin deepening the waterway to the bustling Port of Savannah.
  • Ga. moves toward standardized teacher evaluations
    Georgia is moving forward with a plan to standardize annual evaluations for teachers and principals based, in part, on student performance.
  • Groundbreaking Wed. for Smithgall Woodland Garden
    Groundbreaking ceremonies will be held Wednesday at 3:00 for the initial phase of the new Smithgall Woodland Garden in Gainesville.
  • Lake Lanier hits full summer pool early
    Full summer pool for Lake Lanier is 1071 feet, and the lake has risen to that level more than two weeks ahead of schedule.
  • Family of hostage taker thanks authorities, asks for privacy
    Family members of the man who took Gwinnett County firefighters hostage on Wednesday say they are thankful for the way authorities handled the situation, even though Lauren Brown died in the incident.
  • 'Operation Pill Drop' returns
    The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has scheduled another National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day (Operation Pill Drop) which will take place on Saturday, April 27, with three collection locations planned in Hall County.
  • Athens church offers home foreclosure help
    Chestnut Grove Baptist Church in Athens is working with the D&E Group to offer a free seminar to help area homeowners avoid foreclosure. The seminar is scheduled for Saturday, April 13 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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