No-bid airport shuttle business given to friend of ATL mayor Local non-profit hospitals doing business in Cayman Islands Report: DeKalb animal shelter disgraceful Activists partially satisfied with Republican ethics bill Bill would give water polluters option to avoid state fines Georgia National Guard’s No. 2 doesn’t meet state requirements Ex-Talbotton police chief pleads guilty to […]
Delta Air Lines posted third-quarter profit of $549 million today, thanks to fare increases and strong corporate travel, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. So why exactly did Delta need a $15 million-a-year exemption from sales taxes on jet fuel? You’ll have to ask the Georgia General Assembly
Two DeKalb County housing officials face an ethics inquiry into their requests for charitable and political donations from a developer doing business with their agency. An Oct. 19 hearing is scheduled for Dorothy Williams and former state Rep. George Maddox, both members of the DeKalb County Housing Authority’s board, who asked developer Dave Dixon to give to various causes. Dixon said he or his business gave them each $2,500 for a total of $5,000.
ATL schools’ cheating probe faces scrutiny Crowded hospitals leave mentally ill inmates in jail Barton on Imperial Sugar fines: The cost of doing business Oxendine target of mid-’90s probe Forsyth Co. planning director sues under whistleblower act
Whistleblower says Imperial told him not to describe danger at doomed plant Austin Scott: Regents shouldn’t be doing business with University System Past criminal case crops up in suit between Augusta center, ex-director