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Oct. 26

October 26, 2011 --

Ga. seeks to strike down Voting Rights Act Cobb EMC delays action on transparency Dougherty Co. principals who invoked 5th Amendment named

Oct. 15

October 15, 2011 --

DeKalb principals tied to cheating case no longer in schools Clayton Co. DA pressures Lovejoy mayor to resign

July 29

July 29, 2011 --

Cobb school board accused of violating laws, blacklisting Forest Park councilwoman ousted in chaotic meeting ATL principals say test monitors prevented cheating Ogeechee riverkeeper to sue Screven Co. industry Savannah council coached on open meetings, records laws

July 23

July 23, 2011 --

Big overhaul coming at state ethics agency Ex-DeKalb cop admits concealing auto theft Employee of ex-Clayton Co. sheriff subpoenaed Chamber president: ‘We should have kicked the door down’ at APS 13 principals named in cheating scandal leave APS Toll lanes: Do they only benefit wealthy drivers? Grant for Athens air service may be cut

Feb. 13

February 13, 2011 --

APS principals allegedly urged to tell investigators to ‘go to hell’ Senate leader’s brother lands Capitol job Augusta’s rate of police shootings tops major cities’

Dec. 22

December 22, 2010 --

Four ATL principals in test cheating probe retire Eagle raid investigation reveals APD’s ‘unconstitutional policies’ Mayor Reed responds to credit card criticism

Aug. 7

August 7, 2010 --

Georgia voter registration rules called too difficult DeKalb cops write 30% fewer tickets Transgender employee rehired but won’t be working 12 ATL principals reassigned pending cheating investigation Perdue removes Warren Co. school board members

APS croons ‘Your Cheating Heart’ to 12 principals

APS croons 'Your Cheating Heart' to 12 principals
August 6, 2010 --

Superintendent Beverly Hall has reassigned principals at 12 Atlanta schools suspected of widespread cheating on the 2009 CRCT test and referred the names of 108 employees to state investigators. The actions were announced at 4:56 p.m. Friday, widely regarded as the ideal time to send out news if you want minimal coverage and no pesky reporters calling with questions.

Jan. 31

January 31, 2010 --

Blakely peanut illness: Little has changed since scare ATL bank leaves trail of flipping, fraud Trouble on death row UGA spends big on mansion as Adams lives elsewhere Investment managers’ bonus pay stokes anger Bibb principals had problems at previous jobs Dirt controversy erupts in Crawford County