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March 1

March 1, 2011 --

Embattled CEO out for now at Cobb EMC EMC board votes to rehire Brown on retirement day UPS, FedEx part of federal probe Ch. 2 investigates complaints of ATL water meter mistakes

Feb. 9

February 9, 2011 --

Gingrey’s malpractice bill raises issues about lawsuit against him DNR board not told of letters opposing water rule Retired UGA provost still among top earners Feds: Henry Co. law firm liable in bank failure Ex-cop fights for job after sex with prostitute Feds may crack down on dust build-ups that fed Imperial Sugar inferno Bill would […]

Jan. 8

January 8, 2011 --

Prosecutors: Cobb EMC saga began with broken promise UPS, FedEx are subjects of antitrust investigation Federal lawsuit claims discrimination in DeKalb Fire Department New panel formed to examine issues around church finances Cobb Co. manager answers grand jury’s questions Bed of Athens stream tainted

March 22

March 22, 2010 --

Bill allows gas price increases in emergency Forsyth County may buy golf course at multiples of tax value Aflac, UPS among most ethical Obama’s CDC director wielding a big broom Mork work to do in ethics probe of Bibb Co. schools

Aug. 7

August 7, 2009 --

UPS forces workers to write lawmakers, employees say Feds plan more oversight of immigrant detention centers Madison County fires tax assessors Will surveyor stand behind findings in Bibb-Monroe border war? In spending sea, earmarks just a drop, UGA profs say

‘Model practices,’ excessive pay reported at Floyd hospital

July 21, 2009 --

Floyd County’s medical center exhibits some “model practices” in indigent care and strong community outreach, a statewide consumer group reported today. But CEO Kurt Stuenkel makes a salary comparable to some Fortune 500 executives, and the hospital charges huge mark-ups on some services — nearly 2,500 percent for anesthesiology, Georgia Watch said.

GA GOP fund-raising down 29%, but more cash on hand

GA GOP fund-raising down 29%, but more cash on hand
July 2, 2009 --

Georgia’s Republican Party has reported raised $684,741 this year. That’s down 29 percent from the amount raised in the first six months of 2007 (the last off-election year). On the other hand, the party reported $2.2 million in the bank. That’s about four times as much as the state GOP had on hand two years ago at this time. The biggest single donors, at $50,000, were Bernie (right) and Wilma Marcus. So who were the party’s other big donors?