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Feb. 19

February 19, 2012 --

Affluent students benefit most from Georgia’s full scholarship Tax dollars boost top salaries at scholarship funds Teachers named in cheating case may get another 1-year contract Inmates at NW Ga. prison settle lawsuit against guards Analysis: Salary savings marginal from Augist government reorganization DFCS confirms recent upswing in kids’ deaths Wilcox Co. sheriff indicted for […]

Jan. 23

January 23, 2012 --

Documents show college merger was carefully scripted Day cares fall short of safety standards Two fired, two suspended at Augusta youth prison Whistleblower in Victor Hill indictment speaks out Suit could cost DeKalb schools millions HOPE Scholarship’s future may be more dire Atlanta to repay $363K for cheating Savannah halts funding to Entrepreneurial Center amid […]

July 28

July 28, 2011 --

Prison for profit: Immigration law will boost thriving private-prison industry ATL police tap into Big Brother cameras Doraville city clerk failed to collect millions in taxes, fees Bishop Eddie Long had 5th accuser in sexual misconduct lawsuit Red Dogs’ questionable cavity search could cost ATL $200K Education groups seek clarity in scholarship law Muscogee Co. […]

July 1

July 1, 2011 --

UGA Athletic Association drops scholarship to give Adams a raise Sentencing Commission sets retroactive crack guidelines As athletics rakes in money, UGA students still pay 8 arrested in alleged drug scandal at Fulton Co. jail APS cheating report goes to governor Ralston failed to disclose property, will amend records Bob Barr: Ethics & Ga. politics […]