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ATLANTA (AP) — Data from a Georgia education commission shows fewer people are pursuing careers as teachers.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports more than 12,400 people earned teaching certificates during the 2007-08 school year, according to the Georgia Professional Standards Commission. 117 more words
In its September 9th, 1987 edition, The Atlanta Journal Constitution carried a bizarre story that became known as The House That Dripped Blood . Atlanta Police had been called just after midnight by a woman claiming that what looked like blood, was coming out of the floor of her home at 1114 Fountain Drive. 211 more words
By: Debra Cassens Weiss
A former Georgia judge has been convicted on federal charges for allegedly conspiring to plant methamphetamine under the car of a woman who claimed he propositioned her when she sought his help in a legal matter.Bryant Cochran, formerly chief judge of Murray County’s Magistrate Court, was convicted by federal jurors in Rome, Georgia, last Thursday, report the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Chattanooga Times Free Press and the the Daily Report (sub. 393 more words
Georgia court decision causes cancellation of warrants
ATLANTA (AP) — A new Georgia Supreme Court decision is leading to the cancellation of tens of thousands of arrest warrants for people accused of failing to complete their misdemeanor probation requirements. 105 more words