Dunwoody declares emergency on EMS service
Dunwoody’s city council voted unanimously earlier this week to ask the state to let it provide its own EMS. “It is a disaster,” said Terry Nall, a Dunwoody city council member. Read the full article: WABE Read more
Former medical examiner pleads guilty in opioid scheme
Dr. Joseph L. Burton, a former county medical examiner and forensic pathologist, pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiring to illegally distribute opioid painkillers in exchange for sexual favors. Read the full article: Rome News-Tribune Read more
Dozens of Georgia foster children dropped from state custody
Dozens of Georgia foster children were dropped from state custody while they were missing from care, even after the state eliminated a policy allowing the practice, a Channel 2 Action News investigation uncovered. Read the full article: wsbtv.com Read more
Atlanta City Council OKs big step in Piedmont Park expansion
Piedmont Park is on track for its $100 million expansion plan. On Monday, Atlanta City Council approved spending up to $20.4 million to buy about 3 acres at the corner of Piedmont Avenue and Monroe Drive. That would be the first parcel purchased for the expansion. Read the full article: WABE  Read more
UWG to focus on victims of sexual assault
The University of West Georgia Department of Health Services has been awarded a $312,000 grant from the Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council to enhance and expand services for students who have been affected by sexual violence. Read the full article: Newnan Times-Herald  Read more

Help us pursue our nonprofit mission with a tax-deductible donation.

Credit Cards


Donate Icon