A top University of West Georgia official is resigning, two months after his termination of a whistleblower cost taxpayers $272,000. A state audit in April found that university VP Michael Ruffner had improperly hired Capitol Hill lobbyists and questioned the firing of an assistant who complained about it.
Most of Gingrich’s $1.3M Twitter followers are fake N. Georgia school for troubled teens closes Judge removes Springfield mayor from officeDelta refunds ticket taxes for some
109 ATL educators suspected of cheating Hazardous FEMA trailers resold in Georgia Ben DeCosta defends airport’s indoor advertising contract Publicity about affair led superintendent to resign EPD: No ‘significant impact’ from Athens chemical runoff
Gwinnett’s $37 million land deals questioned Atlanta police suspensions add up in time, pay Documents: Imperial sugar refinery hazards reduced before blast Legislator: Trade-school agency ‘deserves F’ in oversight Kennesaw State professor files discrimination suit