DNR board approves new water transfer rule Indicted ex-commissioner: Gwinnett DA violated my rights DeKalb school board’s size under legislative fire Taylor Co. judge reversed for 3rd time in 2 years for same reason State to cover overdraft fees caused by tax refund snafu Ethics chief: More money needed to handle new law
Funds for Cobb water system diverted Gas marketing company called pyramid Atlantans scoff at good news on crime State Senate leader’s work as lobbyist raises questions Decision to free Athens rape suspect stirs anger When can cops break down your door?: City to fork over $25K for APD snafu Ex-employee sues USO general for sexual […]
Federal judge pleads guilty to drug charge Deal to put assets in trust Attorney general getting case against former Twiggs sheriff, son Ethics complaint, e-mail snafu in Supreme Court race Ga. ranks 43rd in smoking-prevention funding
Marilyn Boyd Drew appealed her July 20 firing as DeKalb County’s parks and recreation director, but she won’t get a hearing like the county’s police chief did. Records show the county rejected Drew’s appeal on the grounds that her job was exempt from the Merit System’s protection. She was once mistakenly classified as a merit employee, but not anymore.
DFCS says it ‘missed the signs’ that led to boy’s death Fulton County charged $862,000 for jail meals that were never eaten DeKalb parks director fired over swim league snafu Visitors concerned over Jekyll Island’s increased entrance fee GOP gets update on Glynn County schools’ cheating scandal Officials: Oglethorpe spending policy for school activity fees […]