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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Jurors could be imported to Athens for man's trial
    Authorities are exploring the idea of bringing jurors who live outside the Athens area to the northeast Georgia community to decide the fate of a man charged with killing a police officer.
  • Rifles for Gainesville SRO's is not a new idea
    A Gainesville City Schools proposal to allow school resource officers (SROs)to have access to rifles inside school buildings is nothing new. The plan first surfaced after the deadly school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut.
  • Gainesville school officials may place rifles in three schools
    With school violence a growing problem across the nation, the Gainesville City School Board Tuesday night discussed the possibility of placing rifles in the city schools, so that school resource officers would have easier access to weapons.
  • Olens wants help from lawyers who are water experts
    Georgia's State Attorney General is getting ready for a threatened lawsuit over the state's water use.
  • Some say low pay causing police to leave Gwinnett
    Increasing numbers of police officers are leaving a suburban Atlanta county, and many of them say low pay is the reason.
  • Ohio man who held three women captive commits suicide
    The man who held three women captive in his home for nearly a decade before one escaped and alerted authorities has been found dead and is believed to have committed suicide, a prison official said.
  • Collins says he can't support military action against Syria yet
    Republican House Speaker John Boehner said Tuesday he backs U.S. military strikes in Syria, but Georgia's Ninth District Congressman says he cannot support any military just yet.
  • Man hit by car, killed on Hwy. 211
    The Georgia State Patrol said a man was killed early Tuesday morning as he walked along Highway 211 in the Braselton area.
  • Student, personnel info safe after hacker accesses school web site
    Somebody managed to hack in to the top page of the Hall County School District's web site over the Labor Day holiday, but system officials said student and staff information was not compromised.
  • BUIs increase over Labor Day weekend
    Three deaths and an increase in drunken boating cases marred the Labor Day weekend in Georgia, according to information released late Monday by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
  • Suspect charged with abandoning body on roadside in Pickens Co.
    One suspect has been jailed and others face possible charges after authorities say a woman's body was left outside a mobile home in Jasper when friends could not revived her.
  • Body recovered from Amicalola Creek
    Authorities in Dawson County Monday afternoon located the body of an Atlanta man believed to have drowned in Amicalola Creek over the weekend.
  • Former mayor of Auburn dies
    A former mayor of the city of Auburn died unexpectedly over the weekend.
  • Hospital ER closes for an hour after Hazmat incident
    The emergency room at Eastside Hospital in Snellville was shut down for over an hour Monday morning when a man walked in and told hospital staff he thought he had been exposed to a hazardous substance.
  • Boy, 1, shot to death in stroller on NYC street
    A 1-year-old boy in a stroller was fatally shot in the face as his parents pushed him across a city street, and police continued looking for the gunman Monday.
  • Georgia soldier is killed in Afghanistan
    A Georgia soldier who was based in Colorado has died of combat injuries in Afghanistan, military officials said.
  • Gainesville approach to improving student performance lauded, copied
  • Man, 23, drowns in Lake Allatoona in northwest Ga.
    A 23-year-man has drowned in a northwest Georgia lake.
  • Former officer accused of shooting, killing daughter in Union Co.
    Charges are pending against a former Florida police officer who is believed to have shot and killed his daughter in northeast Georgia Sunday morning.
  • President seeks Syria support from former foe McCain
    President Barack Obama is inviting former foe Sen. John McCain to the White House, hoping one of Congress' most intractable foreign policy hawks will help sell the idea of a U.S. military intervention in Syria to a nation deeply scarred by more than a decade of war.
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