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Aug. 31

August 31, 2010 --

Former teachers claim Gwinnett had covert layoffs AirTran fined $500K for treatment of disabled passengers WellStar agrees to $2.7M settlement with state Industries defend state tax exemptions Augusta VA nurses protest work conditions Bar settles for $1M after customer’s fatal DUI RYDC director arrested in gambling raid Audit: Central Ga. agencies hit & miss in […]

AJC makes it official: 74 more writers, photographers take voluntary buyout

April 13, 2009 --

Julia Wallace, editor of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, today announced names of 74 newsroom employees who will take a voluntary buyout. Each will receive two weeks’ pay for every year of service, with a maximum of 52 weeks. There are many award-winning photographers and writers here. They include Gayle White, Jim Auchmutey, Andy Miller, Louie Favorite, […]

Ethics budget takes 30% hit for 2009-10

Ethics budget takes 30% hit for 2009-10
April 3, 2009 --

The State Ethics Commission will lose about 30 percent of its current funding in the 2010 state budget passed Friday. The Georgia House and Senate compromised on a $1.2 million budget for the agency in negotiations on the last day of the 2009 legislative session. The House last week slashed spending on ethics enforcement to […]