Thursday September 20th, 2018 8:39AM

B.J. Williams

News Director
B.J. Williams
Woman hit, killed by train in Gainesville
An investigation is underway after a person was struck and killed by a train under the Queen City Parkway bridge Thursday morning.
7:12AM ( 1 hour ago )
Georgia's jobless rate drops below national number
For the first time in 11 years, Georgia’s unemployment rate for August dipped below the national number.
5:05AM ( 3 hours ago )
Hall, Gainesville seniors outpace state graduation rate for 2018
Both Gainesville City and Hall County schools outpaced the state of Georgia in graduation rates for 2018.
4:30PM ( 16 hours ago )
Flowery Branch citizens concerned about proposed religious development on Hog Mountain Road
No official paperwork has been submitted to government officials, but a plan by a religious group to build a large multi-use community in Flowery Branch has been stirring concern among residents for more than a week.
1:55PM ( 18 hours ago )
Gainesville City Council approves rezoning for fitness center project
More development is headed for the busy Dawsonville Highway corridor in Gainesville.
9:42AM ( 22 hours ago )
Gwinnett County man enters guilty plea in daughter's starvation death
A Gwinnett County man has entered a plea in his toddler daughter's starvation death in 2014.
7:42AM ( 1 day ago )
Special Olympics Hall County taking reservations for fundraising golf tournament
Special Olympics Hall County will once again host a golf tournament to raise funds for local athletes.
1:58PM ( 1 day ago )
Gainesville police search for men who robbed Dollar General
At last report, two suspects who robbed a Dollar General Store in Gainesville remained at large.
12:23PM ( 1 day ago )
Hearing to be held in Banks Co. Superior Court in House District 28 challenge
A hearing will be held at 10 this morning in Banks County
8:47AM ( 1 day ago )
Georgia State Parks' officials prepped and ready for fall's arrival this weekend
Fall doesn't make its official arrival until Saturday, but officials with Georgia State Parks say people have been making leaf-looking plans for months.
5:30PM ( 2 days ago )