Dawson County’s longtime court clerk admitted today to stealing $120,000 of court funds from 2006 through 2009. Becky McCord, 62, faces up to 10 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to federal tax evasion and bankruptcy fraud.
Reservoir consultant’s power raises questions Lucrative paydays for corporate chiefs Patients in arrears face bill collectors Ex-lawmaker pleads guilty to tax evasion Promoter files claim over Columbus ticket sales
Ex-state lawmaker guilty of tax evasion Schools’ Web blocks raise questions
Deal’s federal taxes baffling APD’s CSI unit still understaffed, undertrained, underpaid Few study power of school boards Ex-lawmaker’s tax evasion trial set for April City: Repaying feds won’t hurt Augusta charities GBI probing Kingston, Ga., finances again
DeKalb may have let too many retirees go Controversial shelter accuses ATL of discriminatory housing practices Panel votes to punish ex-Bibb superintendent, 3 others Metro ATL playgrounds fail safety checks Buildings sit empty as taxpayers foot bill Tax group sues to freeze assessments 11 face possible sanctions in CRCT cheating probe Bibb principal reported for […]
State audit charges financial wrongdoing at DOT Former rep. Jamieson indicted for tax evasion