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Latest County Commission Items
Officials in southern Illinois' Johnson County will soon learn where their constituents stand on fracking, as voters will signal whether the county should resist efforts to use the contentious extraction method to get at any oil or gas that may be trapped deep underground.
The Alabama Attorney General's office says an Autauga County official who pleaded guilty to using his office for public gain has been convicted of additional ethics violations linked to another position he held.
The Barbour County Democratic Executive Committee has selected three candidates to replace former Sheriff John Hawkins, who resigned after pleading guilty to a fraud charge.
Recent editorials from Georgia newspapers:
New Mexico's most populous county has money trouble.
Officials in Madison County have approved a settlement to resolve claims filed by two employees accusing the sheriff of sexual harassment.
Clark County lawmakers handed the Las Vegas area's top cop a fiscal defeat Tuesday, rejecting for a third time a bid to raise the local sales tax rate to hire more police officers.
A judge has been appointed to preside over a lawsuit filed against Madison County Sheriff David Woolfork.
There was no way the Atlanta Braves were going to stay in downtown without city taxpayers spending hundreds of millions of dollars, Mayor Kasim Reed says.