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Nov. 4

November 4, 2010 --

Greene Co. sheriff’s use of drug money questioned Coweta teacher keeps job after attempted poisoning charges Mountain Park residents rip council over lawsuit Despite long lines, Paulding election chief stands by closing precincts Keeton says she tried to bargain with Augusta State

Aug. 21

August 21, 2010 --

Lawyer to probe repercussions of judge-defender affair Cobb courthouse project has illegals … but they’re all Americans Earmarks hidden under political rhetoric PSC staff: Cut Atlanta Gas Light rates DeKalb rescinds termination of probation contract Judge rejects Augusta State student’s lawsuit Chemical company sued over creek spill Inspector discusses violations at Kellogg’s plant Bowers, Wilson […]

Aug. 12

August 12, 2010 --

Newt Gingrich’s 2nd wife on his money woes, his philandering, his meltdown Fulton judge worked 8-hour weeks Women say judge’s groping illegal Report: 472 undocumented students at Georgia colleges Overpopulation remains a problem at Fulton Co. jail Lithonia woman: South River runoff threatens health, home Opinion: State reporting of ethics violations lacking Judge puts off […]

Aug. 10

August 10, 2010 --

DeKalb school leaders’ ‘friends and family’ nepotism plan Fulton Co. property taxes inflated Augusta State denies student’s religious-bias claim Clayton Co. Commission to ask state to investigate ex-DA Crawford Co. asks GBI asked to look into coroner-chief dispute

July 22

July 22, 2010 --

NCAA will make ‘inquiry’ at UGA Mary Norwood sues to challenge Fulton Co. Elections Board Christian student alleges religious bias by Augusta State Judge orders Army to restore firm’s Fort Benning contract Perdue appoints cousin to Ports Authority board White House, USDA chief apologize to Sherrod & offer her new job Ex-Fulton deputy pleads guilty […]

State flagged test score improvements at 18 schools

July 14, 2009 --

Eighteen Georgia schools improved fifth-graders’ CRCT scores enough in 2008 to trigger suspicions of cheating, the Augusta Chronicle reports. State officials last week threw out four schools’ scores for apparent cheating and have dropped investigations into two others. The state found 18 schools with statistically remarkable improvements in retest scores. The list includes Slater Elementary […]