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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Environmental regulator backs easing Ga. hog rules
    Georgia's top environmental regulator said he supports allowing farmers to raise more hogs before they face stricter pollution rules.
  • Lake Lanier Association disappointed with Fla. legal threat
    The Lake Lanier Association has issued a statement registering disappointment with Florida Governor Rick Scott's decision to sue the state of Georgia over its use of water in Lake Lanier.
  • Trial set for DragonCon co-founder in abuse case
    Authorities have set a December trial date for the founder of a science-fiction convention who faces multiple charges of child molestation.
  • Suwanee Old Town area nominated to National Register
    The Historic Preservation Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) last week unanimously approved nomination of an approximately 67-acre area in Old Town to the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Hall County offices closed Labor Day
    Hall County's administrative offices, courts, community centers and libraries will be closed Monday, Sept. 2, for Labor Day.
  • Gainesville sets holiday waste pick-up schedule
    The City of Gainesville will be closed Monday, September 2 in observance of the Labor Day Holiday.
  • 'Smoke' ends 21-year run in Gainesville
    The Georgia Mountain Players ended a 21-year August tradition Sunday afternoon, performing "Smoke on the Mountain" one final time at the old Georgia Mountains Center Theatre in downtown Gainesville.
  • Hall Co. ready for rescheduled fireworks event
    It was a wash-out on the Fourth of July, but Hall County government officials are hoping the weather will cooperate on Labor Day for the annual fireworks extravaganza at Laurel Park.
  • Ft. Hood shooter case moves into sentencing phase
    The Fort Hood shooter, an Army psychiatrist convicted of killing 13 people in the November 2009 attack, faces the death penalty as the sentencing phase of his trial begins Monday.
  • Crews make progress in Yosemite-area fire
    Officials say fire crews made progress overnight against a large wildfire threatening San Francisco's water supply, several towns near Yosemite National Park and historic giant sequoias.
  • GA high court to hear state's appeal in Hill case
    The Georgia Supreme Court has agreed to hear the state's appeal of a lower court judge's order that halted the execution of a death row inmate last month.
  • Hall Co. reports 11th rabies case of 2013
    Another rabies case was confirmed late last week in south Hall County.
  • Sneiderman moves to Arrendale prison
    A suburban Atlanta woman convicted of lying under oath and lying to police investigating the killing of her husband is serving her sentence at a women's prison in northeast Georgia.
  • More than 20 guns stolen in Winder burglary
    Winder police say burglars drove a truck through a pawn shop window and stole more than 20 guns Sunday.
  • Hall Co. embarks on valuation project for lake properties
    Several years have passed since Hall County last conducted a comprehensive review of all of the county's lakefront properties, and the Hall County Tax Assessors Office says it is past time to get a better picture of the value of those properties.
  • Georgia city backs off on mandatory gun ownership
    A Georgia city is backing off its ordinance requiring gun ownership.
  • Investigators mark one-year anniversary of Truelove murder
    Saturday, August 24 is the one-year anniversary date of the murder of 16-year-old Hannah Truelove of Gainesville - a murder that has yet to be solved.
  • Brother: Ga. school shooter changed as a teen
    The 20-year-old man who police say went to an Atlanta-area school heavily armed and exchanged gunfire with officers before surrendering was a normal kid growing up, but began to change as a teenager and engage in behavior that was threatening to others, his brother said.
  • TVA board votes for 1.5 percent rate increase
    The Tennessee Valley Authority is increasing its base rate by 1.5 percent, the first increase by the nation's largest public utility in two years.
  • Braselton concrete company fined by OSHA
    A Braselton plant that manufactures concrete construction products has been fined by the U.S. Labor Department for safety violations.
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