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July 29-Aug. 4, 2013

August 5, 2013 --

Vets fall through cracks in mental health system (paywall) Atlanta’s poor stranded by sprawl Questions raised about ATL pension arrangement Whistleblower: Hospitals defrauded Medicaid Smyrna loses millions on apartment complex deal (paywall) Douglas Co. DA spent $11K on unused storage space Gwinnett schools pick troubled firm for cameras High costs hampering GA rail safety efforts […]

April 26

April 26, 2011 --

Ga. lobbyist’s ex-boss pleads guilty to bribery in Alabama Frazier: Lobbyists sank tax reform Lawsuit attacks Ga. mental health system, could cost millions East Point gives out unauthorized raises 3rd finalist withdraws from DeKalb’s school superintendent search Morris Brown negotiating to pay down federal debt Columbus fined $150K for sewage spills

July 1

July 1, 2010 --

U.S. asks federal court to take over state’s mental health system Ga. colleges say they have few illegal immigrants State creates waiting list for HIV/AIDS drugs Ethics panel could expand candidate disclosure requirements Cherokee commissioner withdraws from race over discrepancies in military record State investigating 3-month delay in notifying victims of security breach Suit: Ethics […]

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, […]