A former senior national account executive with The Coca-Cola Co. was sentenced last week to two years and three months in prison for siphoning over $400,000 in corporate American Express gift checks for his personal use.
A Cobb County Superior Court judge has ordered the execution of condemned murderer Marcus A. Wellons.
Last Tuesday night, the Cobb Board of Commissioners approved a contract for $168,000 to the local firm Garrett McNatt Hennessey & Carpenter to lobby for federal government grants and influence at the state capitol. Moments earlier the BOC had closed out public comment on any topic after hearing 12 supporters shower praise, admiration and thanks on the Cobb BOC for negotiating the funding for public financing of a private sports team.
Berry College is relocating the site of its planned football stadium “out of respect for the nesting site of Georgia’s most famous pair of bald eagles,” school officials said this week.
Berry College’s planned football stadium will be relocated “out of respect for the nesting site of Georgia’s most famous pair of bald eagles,” school officials said this week.
Commissioners in Cobb County have approved a deal for the new Atlanta Braves stadium, AJC.com reported.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam on Thursday signed into law a bill allowing the state to use the electric chair to execute inmates is authorities are unable to purchase the needed drugs for lethal injection, The Associated Press reported.
The Supreme Court of Georgia this week reversed a Fulton County judge’s ruling granting a stay of execution for a man whose lawyers say he is unfit to be executed.
Atlanta Braves President John Schuerholz played up regionalism and downplayed concerns about traffic in discussing the Braves’ surprising decision to relocate the team’s stadium outside of the city limits.
Voters in unincorporated Bartow County on Tuesday voted in favor of alcohol by the drink sales.