Novices making their first turkey or seasoned cooks who know their way around the kitchen should follow good food safety practices for a healthy holiday meal.
R&B legends the Isley Brothers will headline the Macy’s Great Tree lighting on Nov. 27 at Lenox Square.
In a room crowded with parents and kids, Summer Hillesheim and 19-month-old Mya stood out.
This Thanksgiving, April Jones and her family have much to be thankful for, and at the top of the list is the recovery of their daughter McKinley Parks, who underwent a bone marrow transplant at age 3.
Tucker High senior Donté Watkins, who founded Second Chance Tutoring, competed in the quarterfinals of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship’s Youth National Entrepreneurship Challenge in California in October.
In October, students from 17 DeKalb schools saved 52 tons of paper, plastics, wood, and glass from the county landfill.
Medicare’s “Extra Help” program helps people with limited income pay for their prescription medications.
Kids can write Dear Santa letters and “mail” them at the Macy’s at the Gallery at South DeKalb and other area Macy’s to help grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.
Six congregations – three each in Lithonia and Stone Mountain – are holding annual joint Thanksgiving services beginning Sunday.
Families who need a helping hand putting Thanksgiving dinner on the table can get one from the DeKalb Women in NAACP, Faith Tabernacle and Saint Philip AME Church.
DeKalb State Court Judge Eleanor Ross has been confirmed for the federal bench.
Musician Stevie Wonder, the late choreographer Alvin Ailey, three slain “Freedom Summer” activists, and Michigan’s U.S. Rep. John Dingell will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Nov. 24 at the White House.
Seven DeKalb residents who have impacted the community in business, education, religion, arts and politics were recognized with trailblazer awards on Nov. 20.
For the past 15 years, it has been my honor and privilege to represent families in all aspects of the adoption process, and, with National Adoption Day being so close to Thanksgiving, I wanted to take a moment to thank you, to share my gratitude with you.
Today I wonder … Why do people shoot other innocent people? Really?
The homegoing service celebrating the life of trailblazing entrepreneur and philanthropist Herman J. Russell will take place Nov. 22 at 11 a.m. at St. Philip A.M.E. Church in Atlanta.
Herman J. Russell, a trailblazing entrepreneur and philanthropist who built one of the oldest Black-owned construction and real estate companies in America died Saturday after a brief illness, according to sources close to the family.
The DeKalb Board of Ethics at its Nov. 13 meeting in Decatur voted unanimously to reprimand former District 1 commissioner Elaine Boyer.
DeKalb District Attorney Robert James is seeking the death penalty for Devin Thomas, who is accused of shooting 9-month-old KenDarious Edwards Jr. to death in May during a home invasion in Stone Mountain.
The nonprofit Sporty Girls Inc., which fosters and develops lifestyle skills among young female athletes, has received $10,000 in grants and volunteer support since August to help girls become well-rounded leaders in the classroom, on the field and in the community.