blow the whistle
$show the love

Jan. 6

January 6, 2011 --

GBI to investigate allegations of inmate abuse Signature bonds under review following trooper shooting Former Gwinnett judge charged with felony forgeries Hall Co. commissioners force 4 top officials to resign Tea party enters ethics alliance aimed at Legislature Judges reverse rehiring of ‘love offering’ magistrate

Sept. 16

September 16, 2010 --

DOT must pay $75M in cost overruns DeKalb rejects stimulus bonds Court weighs blame for fatal Bluffton U. bus crash in ATL Savannah principal reassigned after approving grade changes

April 25

April 25, 2010 --

Sen. Pearson’s bill helps business partner Adoption agencies break rules, escape punishment Cheap bonds hike Georgia’s debt Habersham courts weather ethics storm Insurance, loan companies give Oxendine’s campaign $764K Rule overlooked in destruction of Warner Robins files

Jan. 28

January 28, 2010 --

Perdue yanks bonds over DOT accounting flap AG candidate in federal court — as the defendant DeKalb board member wants school investigation ATL man arrested for catching cop on Facebook? UGA’s last-place ranking in minority enrollment inaccurate Board member, superintendent finalist in Dougherty have undisclosed business tie Opinion: Dougherty school chief choice tainted Family blames […]

Oct. 10

October 10, 2009 --

F-22 dead, but Georgia gets defense earmarks anyway Audit: Fulton County’s handling of 2008 election was ‘back room debacle’ Ethics panel members report neglect in DeKalb Opinion: Marietta bonds raise debt — and questions EPD to give UGA approval on incinerating medical waste Lawsuit says Augusta inconsistent on bids rules

Telfair sheriff Jimmie Williamson to serve 3 years for misusing county funds

Telfair sheriff Jimmie Williamson to serve 3 years for misusing county funds
June 26, 2009 --

Former Telfair County Sheriff Jimmie Williamson will serve three years in federal prison for misusing county funds, federal prosecutors announced. According to testimony, Williamson paid for an all-terrain vehicle with county funds, pocketed fines intended for the Probate Court and kept $5,000 seized in a traffic stop for himself, according to the Macon Telegraph.

Atlanta schools plan to renegotiate BeltLine deal

April 14, 2009 --

Atlanta school officials took action Monday to keep some or all of an $18 million pot collected for the city’s BeltLine project. The Board of Education voted to change the effective date of its decision to allow school tax money to be spent on the BeltLine. The board first OK’d the funding in 2005. Under […]