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Oct. 18

October 18, 2011 --

Airport proposals due soon after two firms botched paperwork Probe: 3 Augusta firefighters violated policies Covington mayoral candidate drops out after sign theft

IRS files new lien against business owned by congressman, state senator

IRS files new lien against business owned by congressman, state senator
March 14, 2011 --

The IRS has slapped another tax lien on a business co-owned by U.S. Rep. Tom Graves and Georgia Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers. Graves said his accountant has cleared up the lien as well as a previous one over a total debt of $8,965.

Oct. 14

October 14, 2009 --

DeKalb schools’ COO, husband under investigation Former Gwinnett judge forced from non-profit board Cobb sheriff signs new deal with ICE amid ACLU profiling claim Energy for Atlanta, mercury for coast Peachtree City airport chair resigns before removal vote Suit alleges Delta invaded privacy, used hacked e-mail Fired Cobb principal charges board violated Open Meetings Act […]

Sept. 13

September 14, 2009 --

Legislature slashed watchdog agency State ethics panel OKs sanctions in Richmond County sex scandal Carroll County group plans to file recall paperwork

Vital Records chief ‘paranoid’ about job — here’s why

Vital Records chief 'paranoid' about job -- here's why
June 3, 2009 --

Georgia’s $96,000-a-year vital records director was “very paranoid about his job and was always afraid that he was going to lose it,” a GBI investigative report says. Now we know why. The GBI file, released Tuesday, shows co-workers found six boxes of unprocessed paperwork in director Richard Wheat’s office over spring break, and even more […]

DeKalb may still owe fired police chief thousands of $$$$

DeKalb may still owe fired police chief thousands of $$$$
April 26, 2009 --

DeKalb County may still owe fired Police Chief Terrell Bolton (right) several thousand dollars, even if his dismissal is upheld at a civil service hearing. The county’s new CEO, Burrell Ellis, fired Bolton in February for comp time abuses and other infractions. Bolton took about $35,000 in unauthorized comp time in late 2007 and 2008, […]

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 […]