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Oct. 6

October 6, 2011 --

Whistleblower suit in ATL targets major banks State looking at HOT lane changes; drivers fight back Citizens demand Ogeechee oversight

Sept. 29

September 29, 2011 --

Clayton Co. officer accused of terrorizing citizens, still on force Two teachers implicated in cheating scandal cleared; 3 more added Democratic chair wants probe of settlement with Senate secretary

Feb. 11

February 11, 2011 --

APD won’t hinder citizens who videotape cops Deal names campaign donors to state jobs Mall restaurants failing inspections Warner Robins councilman’s case goes to governor

Oct. 29

October 29, 2010 --

Hidden workers stealing jobs from Georgians? Non-citizens voting in Georgia elections Wells Fargo to refile documents in 55K foreclosures SACS evaluating DeKalb schools Gwinnett DA says he’ll keep hunting shady land deals Retired Sea Island execs object to bankruptcy plan

Oct. 25

October 25, 2010 --

DeKalb school official’s felony record surfaces Fire chiefs’ pro-LNG comments generated by LNG industry Ga. mulls citizens’ right to access courts by e-file 9 Columbus-area non-profit directors earn over $100K

June 24

June 24, 2010 --

Someone’s lying: Witnesses back off testimony against Troy Davis Fulton Commissioner Riley sues ethics board Competition is good for everything — except the Ga. ballot Arora no longer representing indicted ex-DeKalb schools’ COO Wieland Homes settles discrimination suit Cobb school board chair: ‘Nothing done illegally’ Brunswick chief fired for misleading mayor, city manager Citizens: Henry […]

March 17

March 17, 2010 --

Two candidates for governor had teaching certificates suspended — for misconduct with female students Stephens Co. deputy who shot pastor had no arrest power With dollars scarce, lobbying is intense DeKalb prosecutor closes probe of ex-Clayton police chief ATL Citizen Review Board frustrated with mayor, APD Alpharetta councilman exonerated, ethics charge dropped Citizens contact GBI […]

March 11

March 11, 2010 --

Five years after Nichols shootings, is Fulton courthouse safer? Andrew Young School dean says he was asked to resign House proposal: Jekyll Island has reached development limit AG: $18M owed to local governments Citizens Review Board battles ATL mayor, police Hall County: $75K consultant had no written work product Opinion: No tax hike for schools, […]

ATL real estate blog finds 65% spike in burglaries since 2005

ATL real estate blog finds 65% spike in burglaries since 2005
August 25, 2009 --

The Good News: Residential burglaries are down 2 percent in Atlanta so far this year. The Bad News: That small dip follows a 65 percent spike during the three previous years. So reports Terminal Station, an Atlanta real estate blog that has started picking apart Atlanta’s crime statistics. An excellent, if somber, analysis that advances discussion of the issue beyond the spin from City Hall.