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Wednesday January 20th, 2021 12:52AM

B.J. Williams

Assistant News Director
B.J. Williams
Stocks slip as investors take profits after jump
Caution returned to Wall Street ahead of results of the government's stress tests of banks.
4:22PM ( 11 years ago )
More swine flu confirmed in Georgia
Federal health officials have confirmed two more cases of swine flu in Georgia.
11:45AM ( 11 years ago )
Speeders face higher fines under new law
Governor Sonny Perdue has signed into law House Bill 160, known as the Super Speeder Law, which raises fines for dangerous driving behaviors to help fund the state’s trauma centers.
10:43AM ( 11 years ago )
Student athletes from closed school won't play in tourneys
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials have ordered that student athletes at a suburban Atlanta private school closed because of swine flu not participate in upcoming tournaments.
10:30AM ( 11 years ago )
Victim identified in Forsyth Co. wreck
Officials have released the name of the woman killed early Monday morning in a head-on collision on Keith Bridge Road at Mayfield Drive.
5:10PM ( 11 years ago )
Cagle challenger drops out of race
It looks like Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle will have a clear path to the GOP nomination for re-election
10:33AM ( 11 years ago )
More storms likely Monday
Severe thunderstorms that rumbled across the Southeast killed one person, knocked out power to thousands in Alabama and Georgia and spawned several possible tornadoes.
7:40AM ( 11 years ago )
NGCSU cancels Mexico trip due to swine flu
Students from the School of Education at North Georgia College and State University will not take a scheduled trip to Mexico... thanks to the swine flu.
5:53PM ( 11 years ago )
Safe Kids sponsors safety fairs
With summer vacation just around the corner, Safe Kids Gainesville-Hall County decided now is the perfect time to teach students some safety basics.

1:21PM ( 11 years ago )
Braselton's library "Friends" raise $7,000 at luau
Friends of the Braselton-West Jackson Library recently raised $7,000 in its second annual fundraiser.
12:25PM ( 11 years ago )