School sells diploma for $99 to dog Undocumented Kennesaw State student subject of scrutiny Supreme Court asked to decide whether Ga. can afford death penalty Lax oversight, bad loans doomed American United Bank Airport manager chastised for take-home vehicles ‘Special’ election in DeKalb is especially pointless Testing violations found in at least 5 school systems […]
As the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the White House are trying to minimize their differences, a brewing battle at OSHA over a workplace injury reporting rule illustrates how tough that could become given the administration’s pro-labor leanings.
Gwinnett developers charged with failing to disclose campaign donations Despite state efforts, ethanol fails to gain against gasoline in Georgia Cherokee County poultry facility fined by OSHA
OSHA proposes $379,800 fine for Mar-Jac Poultry plant Waste sites cleaned (or not) on EPD’s timetable St. Marys residents annexed in 2000 still waiting for sewer lines
OSHA won’t investigate parking deck collapse