Family, friends and the Southwest DeKalb High School community will say their goodbyes to head coach Michael Tanks on Aug. 13.
After 30 years of teaching dance, Michelle Douglas, founder and artistic director of the Conservatory of Dance and Fine Arts, is now working with the children of some of her former students.
Over the past year, Jenae’s Dance Experience Performing Arts Studio has quadrupled in space, doubled in students and started a competition dance team that takes first place everywhere it goes.
DeKalb School Superintendent R. Stephen Green will share the district’s vision for the new school year at its third annual Back to School Pep Rally on Aug. 5.
The DeKalb Board of Health is offering Saturday and evening back-to-school hours for immunizations and screenings at its health centers.
Back-to-school shoppers can take advantage of the Georgia sales tax holiday on July 30-31 for clothing, computers and school supplies.
The DeKalb Police South Precinct is collecting school supplies for its Back-to-School Community Extravaganza on Aug. 2 during National Night Out.
Families needing school supplies for the new school year can get some on Aug. 6 at Kingdom Fellowship Christian Church's Community Meet & Greet/Back-to-School Jamboree in Decatur.
On a mission to curb the spread of HIV, DeKalb County public health workers are offering rapid HIV testing anywhere people congregate, from festivals and colleges to barbershops, libraries and street corners.
Fresh from “slaying it” at the 2016 Essence Music Festival in New Orleans, Columbia High School’s rising senior Zion Moore will be on the Main Stage at the 11th annual CrossRoadsNews Family and Back-to-School Expo at the Mall at Stonecrest.
Lillie Shaw-Lomax, a former television news reporter and anchor and radio talk show host turn CME Minister, will be Mistress of Ceremonies for the CrossRoadsNews 11th annual Family & Back-to-School Expo at the Mall at Stonecrest on July 23.
The new school year will be kicking off on Aug. 8 and the to-do checklist is long. There are immunizations to get; back-school screenings to be done; and school supplies, uniforms and school clothes to buy. And then everyone has ...
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