Home Depot is advising customers to be on guard against phishing scams as the home improvement retailer investigates a breach in its data payment systems.
Financial counselors Pamela Wilcox and Labarron Edwards will cover insurance basics on Nov. 17 as part of the Money Mondays series at the Stonecrest Library.
The city of Lithonia has a new city administrator and police chief.
DeKalb Superior Court Judge Cynthia Becker says she will resign from office before the end of the year.
A newly activated traffic signal on Flat Shoals Parkway in Decatur will make it easier for customers of the Chapel Hill Commons and Village at Flat Shoals shopping plazas to get around safely.
AARP Tax-Aide is seeking volunteers to help Georgia taxpayers prepare and file their 2014 tax returns.
Scott M. Callan, DeKalb’s acting purchasing director since April, has been appointed to the permanent position effective Oct. 27.
DeKalb County has received a rebate from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority’s “Charge Georgia” program for electric vehicle charging stations.
The Start:Micro-Entrepreneur Accelerator Program is recruiting micro-entrepreneurs in the Clarkston and East Lake communities for a free program offering training, mentorship and financial support.
DeKalb has updated and improved its water billing process and is investigating higher-than-average water bills experienced by some county customers.
Business signs placed on utility poles, in rights of way and along roadsides will soon become an expensive way for business owners to advertise in DeKalb County.
Four new early voting polls will open Oct. 27 in downtown Decatur, Stone Mountain, Brookhaven and Chamblee as the election season enters its final week.
Lighting manufacturer Acuity Brands Inc. will invest $16 million in Decatur and Conyers, starting immediately.
MaLika Hakeem of the DeKalb Department of Watershed Management will be the special guest at the DeKalb Chamber’s Coffee & Conversation on Oct. 24 at the Cornerstone Bank Building in Decatur.
About two dozen members of the Stonecrest Business Alliance and the Parks of Stonecrest picked up and removed more than 35 bags of trash from Turner Hill Road on Oct. 11.