DeKalb Commissioner Larry Johnson’s annual Tree of Love campaign secured 500 Christmas gifts for needy children on Dec. 20, exceeding its goal of 300.
DeKalb interim CEO Lee May has proposed a 2015 budget that will resurface county roads and increase customer service for the Water Billing Department while maintaining last year’s staff pay increases – all without an increase in property taxes.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp is alerting companies about solicitations from a firm called “Georgia Council for Corporations.”
Information on preparing for retirement will be available at the Dec. 22 Money Mondays session at Stonecrest Library.
Dear Dave, My wife and I are still paying off debt, so we didn’t budget anything for Christmas. How much do you think we should spend on close friends and family members?
Low-income residents seeking help with their home heating bills through LIHEAP will have to wait until January or later to schedule appointments with the Partnership for Community Action to receive energy assistance.
Christmas is less than a week away, and if you are still shopping, Safe Kids Georgia says you should keep child safety in mind, especially when purchasing ride-on toys.
To celebrate the real reason for the season, Greenforest Community Baptist Church is hosting Christmas worship services on Dec. 21 and Dec. 24.
Rockell Coleman, a 28-year-old mother, faces charges of murder and child cruelty in the deaths of three of her five children in a Dec. 12 fire that destroyed their Decatur home.
Families and individuals can help put toys under the tree for children whose families are struggling economically on Dec. 20 when DeKalb Commissioner Sharon Barnes Sutton hosts her third annual Toys for Tots drive.
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season can elevate stress and derail the best-laid health goals, but with a little planning, you can still have fun, celebrate with family and friends, and have a safe and happy time.
Having diabetes shouldn’t stop you from enjoying holiday celebrations and travel. With some planning and a little preparation, you can stay healthy on the road and at holiday gatherings with friends and family.
Oakhurst Medical Centers Inc. in Stone Mountain is among 27 health centers in Georgia awarded $684,979 in Affordable Care Act funding for quality improvement.
After the toughest two years of her life, Shundra Smith has her family back together again.
Ex-convicts Eddie Ball and Ivy Shumake are facing charges of aggravated assault on a police officer, armed robbery and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon after a shootout with DeKalb Police Officers Tony Luong and Devon Perry on Dec. 12 at the Colony Ridge Apartments in Decatur.
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Edward T. Welburn – most of us in the automotive industry may have heard the name – but let me introduce you to the legend. Welburn has been a General Motors employee for 35 years. He’s the current and first GM Vice President of Global Design. Yes, they actually created a VP position and title for him.
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Nothing can compare to the nostalgia you feel when you’re sitting at a stoplight and you see a well preserved El Dorado drive pass you. Everybody is looking.
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There’s nothing like when somebody you admire retweets your tweet, right? You take a screenshot and tweet that because you want everybody to know important people see, read and retweet your Tweets.
Seventeen months after DeKalb District 5 Commissioner Lee May was tapped by Gov. Nathan Deal to be interim CEO, the 140,000 residents of his district are still without representation on the Board of Commissioners.
Two DeKalb police officers are recovering from gunshot wounds after an early morning shootout on Dec. 12 with two home invasion suspects in Decatur.