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.
Dear Mr. Michael Thurmond, Someone once said, “If you get people arguing over the wrong question, the answer becomes irrelevant.”
Through Thursday, 3,642 voters have cast ballots in the July 22 runoff election in DeKalb County.
East Metro CID property owners will pay a 3-mill rate for the 2014 tax year.
Reach into our communities and you’ll find parents, students and educators working together to improve their schools.
I am running for state school superintendent because I have a sense of urgency to dramatically improve our education system.
This is a great read for the DeKalb residents. Unfortunately, many of them will not recognize the real issue at hand
I wish every member of the Supreme Court had the wisdom and insight of Justice Ginsburg.
I had the honor of attending a candidate forum hosted by the DeKalb NAACP last weekend during which my incumbent opponent, Michael Erwin, cited progress in the county since his appointment by [Gov. Nathan] Deal and asked for continued patience ...
I volunteered to serve on the DeKalb County School Board because of my belief that every child should have equal access to a quality education.
Last week, Dr. Kathryn Rice reasoned that a city of South DeKalb would be a worthy rival to the city of Atlanta.
Now that the 2014 legislative session is behind us, we can draw a breath because the cityhood and annexation talk has abated. But everyone knows it will begin again for the next session.
By 2020, six short years from now, the degree that you will receive tomorrow will not be worth the paper it’s printing on.
On behalf of the State Bar of Georgia, I wish to congratulate Curtis and Jennifer Parker, founders of CrossRoadsNews, who received the Liberty Bell Award presented by the DeKalb Bar Association during its recent Law Day luncheon.