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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Three men arrested after agents find marijuana plants
    Three Gainesville men were arrested Thursday on drug charges after local agents said they found two of them growing marijuana.
  • Vandals destroy athletic field at Hall County church
    The congregation at Lanier Hills Church in Hall County built an athletic field for the community to use, but vandals last week destroyed the property; now, church members are hoping someone will come forward with information.
  • More than 1,000 turn out for GHCC job fair
    Organizers said they knew it would be a busy day when nearly 500 people came through the doors of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Job Fair and Expo in the first half hour of the event.
  • Gov. Deal signs video poker bill
    Gov. Nathan Deal has signed into law a bill that changes oversight of video poker machines in the state and also opens the door for some proceeds to be directed to the HOPE scholarship program.
  • Teen drowns in Cherokee Co. reservoir
    A teenager swimming with a friend in a reservoir drowned Wednesday afternoon, according to Cherokee County authorities.
  • Prices to rise at Georgia National Fair in Perry
    Tickets for midway rides at the Georgia National Fair in Perry will increase in the wake of state budget cuts.
  • 98 warrants issued in Ga. child porn investigation
    The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has announced warrants have been issued for nearly 100 people suspected of distributing child pornography over the Internet.
  • Dahlonega man killed in fiery crash on Hwy. 9
    A Dahlonega man was killed, another man was airlifted from the scene and a state trooper was injured in a crash in Lumpkin County Tuesday night.
  • Seven juveniles recovered in Atl. prostitution sting
    Authorities say more than 20 people have been arrested on charges related to child exploitation and prostitution in an operation designed to coincide with Atlanta hosting the NCAA Final Four.
  • Sheriff: Texas college stabbing suspect a student
    A Texas sheriff says the suspect in a stabbing attack at a Houston-area college is a man believed to be about 21-years-old who is enrolled at the school.
  • Investigators say south Hall house fire was accidental
    Everyone escaped injury when fire essentially destroyed a house in the 4500 block of Cash Drive Tuesday morning.
  • JHS left in the dark after construction crew clips lines
    Johnson High School was left in the dark after a construction crew accidentally cut power and phone lines Tuesday morning.
  • Atlanta Falcons, local celebs team up for child abuse prevention awareness
    Members of the Atlanta Falcons will join other local celebrities Thursday, April 11 for a Celebrity Server Night at Mellow Mushroom in Gainesville.
  • Lula Road re-opens following feed truck accident
    The Georgia State Patrol continues an investigation into an overturned feed truck that blocked Lula Road (Ga. Highway 52) at Julian Baught Road for most of the Tuesday morning rush hour.
  • Rabun Co. family wants answers in beating of autistic woman
    Authorities in Rabun County will say only that an investigation is underway following the severe beating of a 22-year-old autistic woman from Clayton, but her family wants some answers.
  • Ga. man sentenced for selling stolen goods on eBay
    A Roswell man has been sentenced to serve more than seven years in federal prison for selling more than $9 million in stolen property on eBay and shipping the goods across state lines.
  • Georgia Army National Guard receives top honor
    Gov. Nathan Deal on Monday praised the Georgia Army National Guard for receiving a top military award and at the same ceremony signed into law a bill aimed at helping veterans use their military certifications to obtain certain professional licenses in the state.
  • Hall County tax assessments go in the mail Friday
    This Friday, about 74,000 tax assessment notices will go in the mail for Hall County property owners, and this year, the numbers may look a little different.
  • Hall commissioners muddle how to pay for, fix crippled landfill equipment
    Hall County's Public Works Director Ken Rearden said ever since he came to work for the county five years ago, he's known there has been a problem with the leachate system at the county landfill.
  • Annette Funicello, Mouseketeer and film star, dies
    Annette Funicello, the most popular Mouseketeer on "The Mickey Mouse Club," who matured to a successful career in records and `60s beach party movies but struggled with illness in middle age and after, died Monday, The Walt Disney Co. said. She was 70.
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