A charter school district for the DeKalb School System is not a good prescription for improving student achievement.
I taught a graduate-level class called Public Service and Democracy as an adjunct professor for the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University.
Interim CEO Lee May’s Sept. 13 Forum column needs a counterpoint to provide a wider perspective.
The past few years have been tough ones for DeKalb County.
I am responding to your front-page story, “Homeless campsites point to growing problem,” in your Aug. 9 issue.
Three years ago, a national trade magazine featured an article in its August edition titled “Back to School Starts With Bathrooms.”
On Aug. 3, I attended the walking tour of the South DeKalb YMCA proposed green space project.
We appreciate all of the work across metropolitan Atlanta that YMCAs do every day.
The DeKalb County Development Authority and county legal representatives drafted this master agreement, similar to the one for Wade Walker Park Y
I am so glad you published the article “Unkempt Stonecrest landscaping a ‘thorn’” in your July 12, 2014, issue.
This note is to let you know how impressive your recent editorial was in regards to the DeKalb election runoff for sheriff.
I have noticed that CrossRoadsNews has run at least two, if not more articles on the topic of cityhood for South DeKalb in the last couple of months.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and wife Coretta Scott King were honored posthumously in Washington recently with a Congressional Gold Medal.
In Tuesday’s runoff elections, DeKalb voters showed in no uncertain terms that Vernon Jones is not “OUR Man!” as his campaign fliers would have had us believe.
Now is our time to stand up for ourselves, our communities, and for what is right. By not participating, we have allowed the political process to shape and even control our fate.