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  • April 2

    April 2, 2011 --

    Senator: Lt. gov. threatened Savannah harbor money WellStar fires back at ousted CEO Cobb schools get 30 days to answer accreditation claim

    Dec. 24

    December 24, 2010 --

    Angel Food Ministries paid top dollar to execs in ’09 Clayton Co. sheriff: High-profile murder suspect slipped through cracks Jekyll project ducks public review ‘Debtors prison’ questioned in Rome courtroom Verdict decided, still unknown, for ex-Forsyth Co. planning director Disgraced fed judge’s decisions scrutinized Warren Co. schools won’t lose accreditation Twiggs Co. rebuked for landfill […]

    Dec. 2

    December 2, 2010 --

    Airport runway extension contract raises protests State committee talks sunsets for special-interest tax breaks DeKalb police dumping ex-chief’s  ‘magic buses’ Paying at the curb to state troopers’ motorcycle unit Federal judge dismisses Cumberland Island lawsuit Three of Augusta’s biggest delinquent tax bills paid ATL schools face accreditation teams next week Fulton County DA says jail […]

    Oct. 28

    October 29, 2010 --

    Ga. National Guard officer faces dismissal in program abuse probe Regulators approve reduced AGL rate increase Accreditation at risk for ATL public schools Georgia’s no-trial foreclosures mask problems, critics say

    Oct. 18

    October 18, 2010 --

    Fayette bank, developer went down together ATL school board warned of accreditation vulnerability

    Sept. 10

    September 10, 2010 --

    Sanford Bishop steered scholarships to family Disabled Georgians sue over program cuts DeKalb: ‘Accreditation is safe’; lawmakers not so sure State Board of Education adopts governance, ethics standards Still no sale of Golf Hall property DA names special prosecutor for Warner Robins councilman

    Sept. 8

    September 8, 2010 --

    Ex-peanut exec back to work after salmonella case DeKalb schools won’t release accreditation papers Attorneys dispute effect of voter ID law Cornelia bank doomed by real estate, lax management Complaint: Police captain ‘cut shirt to reveal bra & cleavage’ ATL’s watershed commissioner resigns Warner Robins audit process raises questions Douglasville judge takes heat for tossing […]

    Aug. 19

    August 19, 2010 --

    Ga. company fined $3.3M in federal price-fixing probe Fayette school board faces accreditation inquiry Ga. EPD to investigate DeKalb development Perdue to investigate ATL school cheating 3 ATL firefighters file lawsuits in cheating probe Ethics Commission orders Sen. Harbison to pay $3,800 Clayton Co. cop accused of protecting drug dealers Is ATL school board protecting […]

    Aug. 5

    August 5, 2010 --

    ATL test-cheating probe fails to satisfy Feds probing Delta, AirTran conduct State missed boat, Troy Davis team argues DeKalb schools must respond to accreditation group How feds bungled Sherrod case Test finds toxin, but levels in Athens creek fall Accused Savannah high school grade changer gets new job Ex-Clayton police chief’s lawyer takes case to […]

    June 4

    June 4, 2010 --

    Judge issues stay against Ethics Commission subpoenas Rogers, Graves say inn in lawsuit had charitable use Board’s meddling jeopardizes Coffee Co. schools’ accreditation Cumberland Island man dies amid fight for home

    June 1

    June 2, 2010 --

    End of innocence: Is flawed system ruining 2 children’s lives? Sewer failure forces ATL to pay $3M Coffee County schools’ accreditation placed on probation Pickens County alternative school’s location sparks investigation

    John Thompson, fired Clayton County school sup’t: $367,371

    January 8, 2010 --

    John Thompson, fired after just 11 months from his Clayton County post, ranked as the third-best-paid school superintendent in Georgia for 2009. Thompson pocketed about $367,000 in the fiscal year ending June 30. He lost his job in March, less than a year after he’d been hired to turn the school system around and lead it back to accreditation. Check out the rest of the state’s 10 highest-paid superintendents.