Friday May 25th, 2018 10:46AM

B.J. Williams

News Director
B.J. Williams
Ga. Perimeter audit shows college ignored financial trouble
An audit has found that a $25 million shortfall at Georgia Perimeter College was caused by chronic overspending and an inattention to finances by administrators of the suburban Atlanta school.
9:53AM ( 5 years ago )
Parents, grandparents still need help with child safety seats
As National Child Passenger Safety Seat Week drew to a close, Gainesville authorities helped about two dozen parents and grandparents make sure the safety seats in their vehicles were properly installed.
9:06AM ( 5 years ago )
Malnourished Paulding Co. teen found wandering in LA
Police are guarding the Georgia home of a couple accused of child cruelty after a teenage boy was found wandering a Los Angles bus station.
7:15AM ( 5 years ago )
Atlanta based Chick-Fil-A releases second statement on marriage stance
Chick-fil-A is once again in the public relations fryer.
5:20AM ( 5 years ago )
Flowery Branch teen lends support to anti-texting and driving campaign
A Hall County teen was among those who joined the national "No Text on Board Pledge Day" in Atlanta Wednesday.
4:23PM ( 5 years ago )
Lawrenceville man charged with attempted kidnapping
Gwinnett County police said they arrested a Lawrenceville man Monday night after patrons at a Loganville park said he tried to abduct two children.
1:28PM ( 5 years ago )
Lawmakers, others ready to address Lanier concerns
Starting next month, members of the newly organized Lake Lanier Legislative Caucus will be visiting each county that borders Lanier to hear concerns from citizens.
6:16AM ( 5 years ago )
Walton Co. middle schooler collapses at football practice
A Georgia middle-school student is seriously ill at an Atlanta hospital after he collapsed during football practice in Walton County.
10:07AM ( 5 years ago )
Funeral services Wed. for Buford athlete
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at First Baptist Church Buford for a Buford High School varsity athlete who died over the weekend
6:14AM ( 5 years ago )
Gainesville School Board restores three teacher furlough days
Following final adoption of a millage rate for FY 2013 at Monday night's regular board meeting, the Gainesville City School Board restored three furlough days for teachers.
8:34PM ( 5 years ago )