Holiday shopping is off to great start with area retailers reporting huge crowds.
As consumers get ready to hit the stores for Black Friday bargains, retailers are projecting higher sales, but surveys also find that many shoppers are unaware that this holiday season is nearly a week shorter because of the late arrival ...
Camp Sunshine and the Women’s Resource Center were among 23 DeKalb nonprofits that received $1,000 from Wells Fargo Bank during its recent annual Days of Giving.
Residents can shred sensitive documents for free on Nov. 30 at Saint Philip AME Church in Atlanta.
For weeks Christine Lowe had been driving by the new Walmart Neighborhood Market in the Covington Square Shopping Center in Lithonia checking to see if it was open yet.
Hundreds of residents will descend on the Courtyard by Marriott in Decatur for the Nov. 16 DeKalb Neighborhood Summit.
Georgia State University President Mark P. Becker will be the keynote speaker at Trinity Community Ministries’ Fall Honorary Board Breakfast on Nov. 20.
Store manager Nick Austin and his team of 90 full- and part-time employees are working round-the-clock this week to get South DeKalb’s first Walmart Neighborhood Market ready for business on Nov. 13.
Small businesses can find out how to keep their information safe and protect their online data with a new free course from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
DeKalb’s Mobile Career Center, also known as the “Jobs Bus,” will be stationed at various locations throughout the county during October.
Foreclosures are back to pre-recession levels in metro Atlanta, and filings in 2013 are down more than 50 percent from 2010 levels.
Customers of Bank of America are upset about the elimination of drive-up teller service at four South DeKalb branches, which they say has created long waits inside the bank.
Tens of thousands of furloughed federal employees returned to work in DeKalb and across Georgia on Oct. 17 after 16 days off the job due to the partial government shutdown.
Stonecrest businesses want a MARTA rail station at or near the Mall at Stonecrest and the positive impact it would have on the area’s economic development.
The Arabia Mountain High School Marching Rams “Funk Machine” Band was among a dozen community groups and organizations receiving a total of $8,000 in community grants from the Walmart Foundation on Sept. 29.