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Aug. 15

August 15, 2011 --

2 DeKalb board members: We cannot support choice for new school chief Lottery employees lose big after new law, budget cuts Ga. not reporting accounts receivable to the public

March 23

March 23, 2011 --

Lottery gives larger share to jackpots, less to HOPE, pre-K Campaign cash accompanies bid for corporate tax breaks Lawyers ask for review of ex-judge Camp’s rulings, sentences Judge orders mediation in costly DeKalb school suit DeKalb educator charged with altering attendance records Class action demands attorneys for indigent parents jailed over child support Ex-Villa Rica […]

Feb. 16

February 16, 2011 --

UGA prof still teaching despite ‘deplorable’ behavior UGA harassment policy: ‘A culture of acceptance’ State monitoring Gwinnett charter school over fairness of lottery New AG pushes for tougher sunshine laws Undercover cops drank shots before APD’s Eagle raid Cobb EMA director placed on paid leave Forsyth Co. ethics chairman resigns AG to Savannah: Turn over public records […]

Feb. 10

February 10, 2010 --

Suspicious CRCT test scores widespread in state Coweta DUI suspect dies after 14 hours in restraint chair Gwinnett commissioner refuses to testify on land deals Outsourcing is increasing, not lowering state’s IT costs Firefighters say dispatchers share blame for fatal Dunwoody fire Report: Illegals working on Cobb County courthouse State: MARTA elevator had history of […]

Nov. 24

November 24, 2009 --

Lawyers’, underwriters’ fees questioned for Douglas Co. school bonds Lawyer, insurer penalized for bringing appeal Pennington apologizes for Johnston slaying, says hurt lingers OSHA fines horse-bedding maker after part of worker’s feet cut off Bill takes aim at lottery bonuses

Nov. 15

November 16, 2009 --

Critics say private probation punishes poor unfairly Ga. jobs created by stimulus overstated Lottery staff gets bigger bonuses After Pennington: ATL should audit its crime stats Opinion: Another reason to be skeptical of water group Test-tampering cases routine for Georgia panel