ATL fire dep’t issued grim warning in seeking federal grant Report: Georgia’s mental health overhaul significant First punishments coming in APS cheating scandal 3rd Madison Co. police dog dies Twiggs commission chairman held in contempt for church work Winder asks state to monitor election
Troy Davis must appeal directly to Supreme Court DeKalb DA candidate was suspended by State Bar — twice Publisher of North Fulton’s Beacon newspaper is on candidate’s payroll Marietta schools to close food warehouse, retrain staff Anti-immigration group with alleged ‘Nazi ties’ backed 2 Ga. congressmen State, feds reach mental health settlement Barnes campaign ad […]
Georgia today agreed to expand community care to keep thousands of people with mental illness out of its substandard, and sometimes deadly, psychiatric hospitals. The agreement settles a 3-year-old lawsuit brought by the Justice Department after my pals Andy Miller (left) and Alan Judd at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution rolled out a shocking series of stories about the state’s failures in mental health care.
Secret Atlanta bond deal led IRS to middleman financing in the dark Flood maps still don’t match reality Is government’s foreign student tracking system in trouble? New mental health director faces difficult task, critics Richmond County schools audit sports spending for fairness