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Aug. 17

August 17, 2011 --

Criminal probe of APS cheating has begun in earnest Fulton proposal: Limit contractors’ donations Facebook case 2 years later: Wronged teacher still awaiting decision Plant Washington air permit tightens limits

Lawyers: Was DeKalb schools’ Pat Pope a bigamist?

Lawyers: Was DeKalb schools' Pat Pope a bigamist?
March 16, 2010 --

MULTIPLE CHOICE: When did Pat Pope, a central figure in the criminal investigation of DeKalb County school construction contracts, divorce her first husband?

  • 2001
  • 2003
  • 2006 (after marrying husband #2)

NOT-SO-HELPFUL HINT: At one time or another, she’s cited each of those years as the correct date.

March 7

March 7, 2010 --

Ignored advice still costs GA millions ATL schools’ objectivity in test-cheating probe questioned Large SCLC faction calls for leaders in criminal probe to resign Ethics code for schools up for vote

Feb. 25

February 25, 2010 --

DeKalb superintendent temporarily steps down Fulton County grand jury to look into SCLC accounts Who’s to blame for GBI Crime Lab delays? High school tests to come under state scrutiny next Some DeKalb cops angry at county GA ethics panel gets name of tax deadbeat in House EPD, EPA get complaints of toxic wastes buried […]

Jan. 8

January 8, 2010 --

GBI in criminal probe of former DOT treasurer New, secret documents revealed in Vick dogfighting case DeKalb DA sought more documents in school construction probe

DeKalb construction probe complicates multimillion-dollar suit on cost overruns

DeKalb construction probe complicates multimillion-dollar suit on cost overruns
November 16, 2009 --

DeKalb County schools’ multimillion-dollar damage suit over construction cost overruns may be undermined by a criminal probe of school contracts. Lawyers for a fired construction management firm, Heery/Mitchell, are scheduled to question the schools’ chief operating officer, Pat Pope, on Wednesday. Heery/Mitchell wants to hear what Pope knows about a criminal investigation of her handling of school construction contracts.

Oct. 31

October 31, 2009 --

Controversial Emory researcher Nemeroff leaving Columbus postmaster suspended during criminal probe Environmentalists cry foul over new EPD boss Doctors resign from AAFP over Coca-Cola alliance David Poythress and the failure of American United Bank Columbus City Council defends locking door