Georgia officials past due oin their tax bills Customers send reform message to Cobb EMC NW Ga. officials dispute owing late fees
The Troy Davis case: A hstory and a look ahead Is Cobb EMC subsidizing S. Ga. members? Ex-congressman Swindall gets probation in campaign funds case Hearings delayed for high-salaried APS officials Audit: Colleges obeying law on in-state tuition UGA toughens sexual harassment policy
Gainesville hospital refused rape-kit request Opinion: Cobb EMC campaign confirms for mail-in voting reformers’ fears Macon industrial site added to Superfund priority list
A week of general turmoil for the Ga. National Guard
DOT says it’s not withholding road building money Critic: Sen. Stoner’s support of light rail a conflict Cobb County’s fiscal management questioned Herman Cain campaign concealed gay aide’s role in Iowa, ex-staffer says
Cobb County legislative candidate battles tax debt King & Spalding settles $200M malpractice suit
Ex-Mayor Franklin’s privatization schemes go national Opinion: Can’t get top college faculty on the cheap
Good news for open government advocates: The Georgia Supreme Court today upheld a lower court’s assessment of legal fees to citizens who challeged closed meetings held by the Statesboro City Council. The ruling comes after the council met in secret last year to discuss eliminating the jobs of the city’s police and fire chiefs.