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B.J. Williams

B.J. Williams





Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Emory faculty vote on president's leadership
    A faculty group at Emory University plans a vote on whether they think the school president is able to provide effective leadership after a controversial essay he wrote.
  • Highway 441 South reopened after being closed near Victory Home
    Authorities with Habersham County 9-1-1 reported that the southbound lane of Highway 441 is now open again after being closed near Victory Home as the result of a motorcyle accident, Sunday afternoon.
  • Headwaters camp and paddle trip kicks off CRK's 2013 Outings Program
    Chattahoochee Riverkeeper's (CRK) Outings Program for 2013 begins near the top of the watershed with its annual Water Trail Camp and Paddle Trip on the weekend of April 27-28 in the Headwaters.
  • Barrow Co. authorities investigate arson
    Barrow County fire investigators say they have a case of arson on their hands in connection with a Thursday evening house fire.
  • Miller, Rogers reflect on 2013 session
    With the 2013 legislative session now a week behind them, Gainesville lawmakers Butch Miller and Carl Rogers spoke on WDUN's Morning Talk about some of the issues that stood out in this year's session.
  • Georgia Department of Education to grade schools
    The Georgia Department of Education plans to give parents a detailed look at schools' performance that will rely on more than just test scores.
  • Commerce home heavily damaged by fire
    The State Fire Marshal's Office is working to find the cause of a fire that heavily damaged a house in Nicholson late Monday night.
  • Missing Gainesville teen located
    The Gainesville Police Department Thursday morning cancelled a lookout for a teenager who had been missing for almost two weeks.
  • Georgia Tech to present award to Rep. John Lewis
    Georgia Tech is set to honor Congressman John Lewis.
  • Wallet thief caught in North Carolina
    The man nicknamed the "office creeper" for stealing wallets from businesses across the metro Atlanta and north Georgia area, apparently has been caught in North Carolina.
  • Boy Scout hut in Oconee County damaged by vandals
    Authorities say vandals used axes to damage a Boy Scout hut behind a church in Oconee County.
  • Area forest trails to benefit from grant money
    The Georgia Department of Natural Resources will be sprucing up some trails around the state, including a couple in the north Georgia area, thanks to $1.66 million dollars in federal grants.
  • 'Pulling for Tripp' fundraiser April 20 at Road Atlanta
    In an effort to further support Tripp Halstead, the toddler who was critically injured last October when a large tree branch fell and struck him, WDUN AM550/FM102.9 has organized a fundraising event to be held Saturday, April 20.
  • Lake Lanier hits full winter pool
    Slowly but steadily, the level of Lake Lanier has reached full winter pool of 1070-feet above sea level.
  • WDUN talk show host Ken Coleman releases new book
    Professional interviewer, radio talk show host, and new voice to the WDUN afternoon line-up, Ken Coleman has a new book to talk about with the April 2 release of "One Question, Life-Changing Answers from Today's Leading Voices" from Simon and Schuster.
  • Local breeder thinks dog food may be tied to deaths of puppies
    A local dog breeder thinks a certain brand of dog food may be tied to the deaths of some litters of puppies, and her veterinarian said the theory is worth investigating.
  • Forsyth Co. officials search for convicted sex offender
    The Forsyth County Sheriff's Office is looking for a 27-year-old man who failed to complete his annual registration as a sex offender.
  • White Co. home destroyed by fire
    A pre-dawn fire destroyed a home on Spring Crest Road off Alt. 75 Tuesday morning.
  • Woman dies in Forsyth Co. fire
    Authorities are investigating the death of a 40-year-old woman whose body was found in a burning home on Easter morning.
  • North Korea vows to restart nuclear facilities
    North Korea vowed Tuesday to restart a nuclear reactor that can make one bomb's worth of plutonium a year, escalating tensions already raised by near daily warlike threats against the United States and South Korea.
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