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Jan. 19

January 19, 2011 --

ATL public schools put on probation Feds sue state senator, other officials of failed bank Did cops try to cover up Conyers bar fight? Towing loophole means some cars gone for good Indicted Gwinnett commissioner challenges grand jury DeKalb approves $73K raise for superintendent City credit card spending angers East Point residents Macon flights losing […]

April 27

April 27, 2010 --

Gwinnett judges choose politically connected probation firm Roswell police have ‘mandatory’ DUI goal Study: DeKalb needs to lay off 909 workers Deal rebuts ethics charges, says state letting dangerous cars back on road

Sept. 3

September 3, 2009 --

Dozens of poor defendants still without lawyers Georgia buys cars despite budget moratorium Energy officials worry species designation could hurt power Oops! Stimulus funds repave Atlanta road twice Social Circle police chief resigns, 1 officer fired