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Nov. 5

November 5, 2010 --

Newly re-elected Casey Cagle faces a palace coup Grand jury wants to shake up Gwinnett government UGA official advises keeping faculty search info off the record City Hall East developer’s attorney co-hosted councilwoman’s fundraiser APS spent $95K to investigate suspected cheating Bribery probe prompts Athens probation revamp Warner Robins councilman Williams indicted Retired Sea Island […]

Oct. 29

October 29, 2010 --

Hidden workers stealing jobs from Georgians? Non-citizens voting in Georgia elections Wells Fargo to refile documents in 55K foreclosures SACS evaluating DeKalb schools Gwinnett DA says he’ll keep hunting shady land deals Retired Sea Island execs object to bankruptcy plan

Sept. 17

September 17, 2010 --

Suicidal often wait days in ER before treatment Deal didn’t disclose $2.85M in loans Ga. 400 toll may not expire as promised Sea Island execs got big bonuses pre-bankruptcy Columbus State provost resigns Riverkeeper moves to block Forsyth Co. discharge permit Clayton Co. DA investigates Lovejoy voter records

Aug. 17

August 17, 2010 --

ATL school board accepts cheating report amid other controversy State has just weeks to use or lose $7.6M DeKalb fears legal fight sends developers away Georgia banks’ troubled list shortens by 2 Synovus seeks dismissal of class-action suit over Sea Island Co. dealings Defamation suit against ATL lawyer, PR firm tossed Supreme Court won’t stay […]

Aug. 13

August 13, 2010 --

Female staffers: Judge behind photo incident committed crime Public housing demolition and premature death Troy Davis bid to reopen hearing for new evidence rejected Xpress commuter buses going broke Former Sea Island Co. president wants his $27M Gwinnett DA to mull charges in Bannister DUI mishap

July 15

July 15, 2009 --

Man jailed for child support, even though he was not the father, released Audit: Atlanta violates Disability Act Synovus loans to Sea Island Co. blamed for bank’s woes AG: Georgia doesn’t have to follow environmental rules Cobb school board chair pleges more openness Clayton police claim Victor Hill suit made them lose pay U.S. to […]

Bank sues Regents chairman Tucker over ‘fraudulent’ land deal

Bank sues Regents chairman Tucker over 'fraudulent' land deal
March 23, 2009 --

A Blairsville-based bank is suing Richard L. Tucker, chairman of the state Board of Regents, to block what it described as the “fraudulent” transfer of $2 million in real estate on Lake Burton and Sea Island, property records show. United Community Bank sued Tucker (right) and several businesses Oct. 28 in Gwinnett County Superior Court. […]