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B.J. Williams

B.J. Williams





Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Jordan files for paternity lawsuit to be dismissed
    Michael Jordan has asked a Georgia court to dismiss a lawsuit filed against him by a woman who says the NBA hall of famer is the father of her 16-year-old son.
  • Obama nominates Wal-Mart's Burwell as budget chief
    President Barack Obama has selected the head of the Wal-Mart Foundation as his budget director in the midst of a partisan battle over government spending.
  • Court upholds conviction in Snellville slaying
    The Supreme Court of Georgia has upheld the conviction and life prison sentence for a woman accused of killing her daughter-in-law in a Target store parking lot in Snellville.
  • Suspect arrested in Auburn arson
    Authorities have arrested one person in connection with a fire at a vacant mobile home in Barrow County on Saturday afternoon.
  • White Co ACS honors cancer survivors
    The White County American Cancer Society honored cancer survivors at a Friday night dinner, attended by more than 400 people.
  • 'Smooth sailing' for area tax offices on March 1
    For months now, county tax commissioners all over the state have braced for March 1, the day that the new TAVT, or Title Ad Valorem Tax, would become law in Georgia; for the most part, operations ran smoothly.
  • Tree climbers compete in Gainesville
    If you see something unusual in the treetops around the Martha Hope Campfire Cabin in Gainesville Saturday, your eyes aren't deceiving you.
  • Atlanta man indicted in deadly jet ski crash on Lanier
    A Hall County grand jury Thursday indicted Jeffrey Simon Hubbard in last summer's death of an 11-year-old boy in a jet ski accident on Lake Lanier.
  • GDOT plans shift of Highway 316 overnight Saturday
    If the weather cooperates, traffic engineers with the Georgia Department of Transportation will shift the lanes of State Route 316 overnight Saturday, March 2, as they continue work near the State Route 20 area.
  • Lake Lanier at highest level in nearly 2 years
    With recent rains, Lake Lanier is at its highest level in almost two years.
  • Odds against him, Obama still betting on big deal
    A fiscal deadline all but blown, President Barack Obama says he once again wants to seek a big fiscal deal that would raise taxes and trim billions from expensive and ever growing entitlement programs. But with automatic federal spending cuts ready to start taking their toll, the path toward that grand bargain Obama campaigned on last year has significantly narrowed.
  • Mother of lake accident victim wants tougher consequences for violators
    The mother of a young boy who was killed in a jet ski accident on Lake Lanier last summer says she wants punishment to be tougher for those who violate new boating safety measures now moving through the State Senate.
  • 185K spyware images sent to Aaron's computers
    Court documents in a class-action lawsuit against furniture rental company Aaron's Inc. allege spyware installed on rented computers secretly sent more than 185,000 emails back to the company
  • Ga Gwinnett food court passes follow-up inspection
    Health officials say a food court at Georgia Gwinnett College has passed a follow-up inspection after scoring a failing grade of 64 out of 100 on an earlier review.
  • New addition brings hi-tech learning to south Hall campuses
    The Hall County School System officially opened a state-of-art Learning Commons at the Academies of Discovery in south Hall County this week.
  • Fired Forsyth Co. deputies to appeal termination
    Eleven Forsyth County sheriff's deputies who lost their jobs with the recent reorganization of the sheriff's office have hired a lawyer with the hope of being reinstated.
  • Winder teen arrested for stabbing brother
    A Winder teenager has been arrested and charged with stabbing his brother at a family gathering.
  • Space heater sparks Buford house fire
    A Buford home is unliveable after an early morning fire Wednesday.
  • 10 students disciplined over marijuana brownies
    Authorities say 10 students at a Gwinnett County high school have been disciplined after school officials say one of them brought marijuana brownies to school and shared them.
  • Clayton County says it wants Falcons stadium
    Clayton County officials say they have prime land near Atlanta's airport where a new stadium for the Atlanta Falcons could be built if the team can't work out a deal for a downtown Atlanta site.
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