Stockbridge city officials are alleging that Downtown Development Authority Chairman J.T. Williams’ company Killearn Consulting, LLC. received more than $130,000 in inappropriate real estate commissions thanks to several land deals funded by the City, and executed by the DDA.
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As chairman of the Stockbridge Downtown Development Authority, J.T. Williams was responsible for reviewing the financial assets of World Internet Group, LLC. as part of a public-private partnership agreement that helped his own company make $60,000 in commission, according to court documents.
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LOCUST GROVE — Be a part of the fourth annual Mardi Growl celebration March 15 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in downtown Locust Grove.
Georgia’s Pre-K Program has begun registration for the 2014-15 school year.
McDONOUGH — Dutchtown Elementary School students had a special visitor Monday.
Construction bids accepted, authorizations approved, Henry Superintendent honored
Superintendent Dr. Ethan Hildreth was honored Monday night during what would be his final regular board meeting as chief officer for Henry County Schools.
Councilman says hiring process is illegal
STOCKBRIDGE — After a four and a half hour meeting with an hour-long executive session, the Stockbridge City Council voted to appoint the current interim county manager as the city’s new manager.
McDONOUGH — Kelsey Waters, 16, has earned the top crown at Miss Georgia Teen America 2014.
STOCKBRIDGE — Mayor Tim Thompson said the former administration left the city in a state of ruin and was able to shed light on the issues during a state of the city address Monday night.
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STOCKBRIDGE — The Stockbridge City Council voted to amend its budget Monday night to redistribute funds for public safety, along with several other items.
Here are the final pieces of our baseball preview.
Strong Rock Rock Christian School athletic director Phil Roberts wants to see his Patriot football program become a consistent playoff contender.
Stockbridge football coach Kevin Whitley is 160 days away from the kickoff of the 2014 football season.
STOCKBRIDGE —Stockbridge Mayor Tim Thompson said the former city clerk has not filed a lawsuit against the city — yet.
United Way of Greater Atlanta has kicked off its Ninth Annual Shoebox Project.