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B.J. Williams

News Director
B.J. Williams
The Latest: Judge rules on requests by Abrams campaign
A federal judge has ruled that Georgia's election results must not be certified until the secretary of state has confirmed that certain absentee ballots have been counted.
4:00AM ( 5 hours ago )
Secretary of State's office announces hotline and website for provisional ballot voters
A day after a federal judge directed the Secretary of State to set up a phone hotline and a website for voters who used provisional ballots in last week's midterm election, Robyn Crittenden has complied with those orders.
12:40PM ( 21 hours ago )
Search begins for Brenau University's next president
The search for the successor to retiring Brenau University President Ed Schrader is now officially underway.
12:13PM ( 21 hours ago )
Hall Chamber salutes local business at 10th annual ceremony
Industries of all sizes were honored Tuesday at an annual luncheon coordinated by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce and presented by Lanier Technical College.
9:24AM ( 1 day ago )
Gainesville's Miller nominated again as Senate President Pro Tempore
Sen. Butch Miller of Gainesville has been nominated to continue as President Pro Tempore of the Georgia Senate.
5:55AM ( 1 day ago )
Small Business Spotlight: Idea for Baby Bell Candy Apples sparked by a childhood memory
Baby Bell Candy Apples is a home-based business in northwest Hall County.
5:45PM ( 1 day ago )
Dawson County creek, Banks County landfill on Georgia Water Coalition Dirty Dozen list
For the eighth year running, the Georgia Water Coalition has issued a list of what it calls its "Dirty Dozen," a list that spotlights places and practices that the group says endanger Georgia's water quality.
2:25PM ( 1 day ago )
Studer named Teacher of the Year for Gainesville School System
A teacher at Mundy Mill Learning Academy has been named the Teacher of the Year for the Gainesville School District.
1:11PM ( 1 day ago )
Judge orders Georgia to work to protect provisional ballots
A federal judge has ordered Georgia take steps to protect provisional ballots and to wait until Friday to certify the results of the midterm elections that include an unsettled race for governor.
5:39AM ( 2 days ago )
Oakwood police arrest suspect on rape, aggravated sodomy charges
A man who met a woman at a party in Hall County last month has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting her.
1:45PM ( 2 days ago )