Angel Food Ministries leaders indicted
Lobbyist to lead Georgia’s top environmental agency Sociology professor cleared once before of UGA punishment Savannah State settlement: Personal fouls Unemployment bill may violate federal law
Ex-Cobb EMC head trying to get charges tossed Morrow police chief’s pay suspended after investigation
Report: Officers felt ATL mayor’s bro got special treatment Ex-Fulton jailer pleads guilty to corruption charges Douglasville residents question crosswalks to nowhere Alpharetta officers reprimanded over handling of alleged child attack
Two Atlanta attorneys who paid runners at least $276,000 over several years to bring them personal-injury clients were stripped of their right to practice law today by the Supreme Court of Georgia. Lawyers Steven C. Freedman and Thomas C. Sinowski, who had “zealously” litigated the case against them for 10 years, argued that even a one-year suspension was too much.
ATL police major suspended in Tracy Reed traffic case
Miller Co. school board dodges ouster Opinion: Feds too slow on combustible dust rules