Huge hospital markups burden patients Delta cited for rat poop on plane LNG lobbyist also lobbies for Chatham County
Riot at Downing Creek mirrors foster care morass Teacher sodomy case turns on privacy issues In time of cuts, state still pays for roadside beauty Prosecutor blames Fulton courts for case dismissal Everything’s relative with Augusta lawmakers’ appointees Officer at-fault collisions rise in Chatham County
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.
Whistleblowers: FAA’s $5 million conference in ATL is just a 3-week party SCLC suspends chairman and treasurer Family fought Cobb school board for 4 years over autistic child’s education Ga. companies must report CO2 emissions Park Service gets poor report on handling of Cumberland Island State turns over allegedly forged election petitions to Chatham County […]