A grand jury has charged the owners of a company who did business with the Bibb County School District with fraud. Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce Chairman Isaac Culver, his colleague Dave Carty, and their business Progressive Consulting Technologies sold 15,000 Ncomputing devices to the district in 2012.
A former Dublin KFC employee is suing the restaurant's owner for discrimination after she was fired in July of 2015. Former store manager Cynthia Dunson says the owner of Hester Foods, Inc. violated federal law by firing her when he found out she took prescribed medicine for bipolar disorder.
Three former Cirrus Academy teachers have filed a lawsuit against the school. Ginger Snow, Susan Campbell and Diana Humble say they were wrongfully terminated and harassed because they're white. The lawsuit says they received racially charged, anonymous text messages that called them "crackers," "Hitler lovers," and "white nazis," among other names.
Former Cherry Blossom CEO Jake Ferro filed a lawsuit against the Cherry Blossom Festival and board members Friday. It includes more than $2 million in damages, including harm to and disparagement of Ferro's business and professional reputation.