The state ethics commission has settled for more than $1.8 million with three former employees alleging retaliation stemming from an investigation into complaints against Gov. Nathan Deal.
Team Summer is an organization started by a teenage cancer patient to help other kids just like her cope with the difficulties of having the disease. Right after 15-year-old Summer Dale was diagnosed with a […]
Our Mission at Kids’ Chance of Georgia, Inc. The mission of Kids’ Chance of Georgia, Inc. is to provide educational scholarships to the children of Georgia workers who have been seriously, catastrophically or fatally injured […]
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This week Kristen Ledlow and Jim Ellis Audi spotlight the Gwinnett Children’s Shelter.
Game Time interviewed The Sporting News’ Matt Hayes, who reported on Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops’ comments about needing “to feed them (players) some perspective”. According to Hayes, Stoops believes “they (players) are paid quite often, quite […]
In this New Year, you will have responsibilities to provide a way of life for you and your family. Maintaining any kind of household there are things that you absolutely have pay to preserve life […]
Alabama State Senator Shadrack McGill was quoted as saying that keeping teacher salaries low is “a biblical principle,” and that if the average teacher salary were to increase, more unqualified persons would be attracted to the vocation.
ATLANTA (AP) – The historically black Morris Brown College is expected to settle nearly $10 million in debt for pennies on the dollar in an agreement pending with the U.S. Education Department. The school has […]
A federal judge approved the motion for the city to pay Eagle Bar plaintiffs $1,000,000.