ATL police powers revoked; convictions could be overturned Ethics Commission relaunches Gov. Deal investigation ATL City Council weighs clerk’s fate DeKalb superintendent pick quickly draws fire Augusta city administrator keeps job Ethics board clears Valdosta mayor
Gwinnett superintendent may face ethics investigation State employee steers no-bid contracts to family, friends DeKalb candidate got county money before election Cherokee Co. official resigns in SPLOST controversy ATL police rehire fired lieutenant Visiting judge clears East Point mayor UGA frat to learn its fate this week Mayor rejects request to investigate Columbus fire dep’t.
Prior suit may signal fate of cases against Eddie Long Accused lawyer: Former secretary was informant Gwinnett grand jury to wrap up probe of land deals 4 violate Warner Robins nepotism policy
One year later, communities await FEMA flood buyouts Uninsured dialysis care in peril? Operator of Rome nursing home ordered to pay $43M for wrongful death Wellstar repays $2.7M in excess medicare reimbursements Taxpayers association calling for water dept. audit DeKalb investigating sexual harassment allegations Fate of Chuck Chalk check still unsettled
Twiggs County Probate Judge Kenneth Fowler was suspended with pay this morning by the Georgia Supreme Court. A state oversight panel pushed for Fowler’s removal last month after he removed two probation officers from his courtroom. Fowler said the two men, who had testified about his courtroom behavior, seemed to have a “vendetta” against him. Overseers argued he was trying to intimidate the men in case they were required to testify in any future proceedings regarding his status as a judge.
Maybe fate landed Merle Temple in Memphis. After all, the former Georgia deputy school superintendent professes a love of Elvis. … and a few other things. But he won’t be seeing Graceland anytime soon, even if it is just 18 miles away. Temple is serving an 8-year federal prison sentence for a scheme to award […]