New Birth, Bishop Long want settlement $$$ back Forsyth Co. planning to boost elected officials’ benefits Muscogee Co. deputy warden follows chief into retirement
APD major claims retirement was forced Smyrna gun shop loses another round in legal fight with NY Twiggs Co. administrator resigns after investigation
Embattled CEO out for now at Cobb EMC EMC board votes to rehire Brown on retirement day UPS, FedEx part of federal probe Ch. 2 investigates complaints of ATL water meter mistakes
Cobb Superior Court Judge Kenneth O. Nix resigned abruptly today, citing a desire for an “orderly transition” into offices in the county’s new Court building.
The United Way would not disclose CEO Milton Little‘s salary when the AJC wrote about compensation for his predecessor, Mark O’Connell, in 2007. Now the organization has filed tax forms reporting Little’s 2008 compensation as nearly $436,000, including benefits and $77,000 in expenses.
State seizes forensic hospital unit at Milledgeville Nonprofits chafe at Atlanta’s plan to return $30M to feds Tiny community embroiled in big dispute over taxpayer money Savannah-Chatham schools settle $4M retirement lawsuit
Georgia’s high school graduation rate ‘in crisis’ State worker racks up huge retirement bonus Editorial: UGA has lost credibility on biosafety Canceled DeKalb master parks plan may offer clues on future of park system