Foodies and other residents will find a variety of cuisines and live music at the second annual Clarkston Food Truck Festival on Oct. 8.
Performers, vendors and volunteers are needed for Oktoberfest – “Community Fun Day in the Park” on Oct. 22 in Lithonia City Park.
Southwest DeKalb High alum Kyanna Simone Simpson has joined the cast of HBO Films’ “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” starring Oprah Winfrey.
Women can pick up valuable tips on breast health at “ABCs of Breast Care and Bling Your Bra!” on Oct. 4 at DeKalb Medical Hillandale.
“Building a Healthy Community: One Step at a Time” is the theme for the fifth annual FDHA Health Summit on Oct. 11 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Atlanta.
Employers can help keep their workers healthier and more productive as well as protect their bottom line by encouraging employees to get a flu shot at an on-site clinic provided by the DeKalb Board of Health.
The DeKalb Pacers are among the top teams participating in the NAMIWalks Georgia 5K on Oct. 8 at Grant Park in Atlanta to help “stomp out” the stigma associated with mental illness.
More than 200 refugees have found work after creating a resume at Cafe Clarkston during fiscal 2016.
Taxpayers and tax professionals are being warned about scam emails purporting to contain an IRS tax bill related to the Affordable Care Act.
Sponsorships are available for the South DeKalb Business Association’s annual Book Scholarship Breakfast on Oct. 13 at the Georgia Piedmont Technical College Conference Center in Clarkston.
Business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs can sign up for the ULGA Small Business Start-Up Accelerator Program that begins Oct. 4 at the Urban League of Greater Atlanta.
Certified public accountant Dianne McNabb will serve as DeKalb County’s interim chief financial officer through Dec. 31.
Georgians can make child support payments, review payment history, view scheduled appointments, and receive notifications and alerts about their cases with a new mobile app.
Voters can learn more about legislative bills appearing on the November ballot at a free community discussion on Oct. 4 at the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta.
Elementary school students from across DeKalb County have until Oct. 21 to enter the Department of Watershed Management’s 2017 Art Calendar Contest.
Three executives of Alabama-based janitorial company Rite Way Service Inc. – Anthony Lepore, John Rife and Brian Domalik – are guilty of conspiracy, bribery and fraud charges for bribing a DeKalb County government official.
U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson is applauding a new federal rule to protect nursing home residents from forced arbitration.
Members of the Decatur Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. will present a Breast Cancer Awareness Info Session on Oct. 8 at the Gallery at South DeKalb.
Three months after he told voters at a July 14 candidate forum hosted by PRISM that he was no longer a candidate for the vacant DeKalb Super District 7 seat, businessman Jerome Edmondson has not withdrawn from the race and his name is on the Nov. 8 ballot.
The Justice Department has awarded grants totaling $499,899 to the U.S. Attorney’s Office DeKalb PSN Task Force to reduce gun and gang violence within three target areas in DeKalb County – South DeKalb, Brookhaven and Chamblee.