The nonprofit Senior Connections has received more than $30,000 in grants to buy and retrofit a compressed natural gas delivery vehicle for its Meals on Wheels program.
MARTA board members and officials were set to update stakeholders on the progress of the transit system’s long-term plans for transformation at a “State of MARTA” breakfast on Dec. 13.
Apartment complexes will be the target of a new anti-grease dumping campaign that DeKalb Watershed Management is launching in January.
Nearly 365,000 Americans have selected health insurance plans from the state and federal Marketplaces in October and November despite glitches plaguing HealthCare.gov.
Quiante Destin Collins, accused of brutally attacking and robbing a 78-year-old Lithonia woman on Sept. 17, has been indicted by a DeKalb County grand jury.
An Ellenwood woman who told an elaborate tale of her home being invaded by five gun-toting and knife-wielding men has been charged with making a false police report.
Michael Brandon Hill, who police say terrorized students and faculty at Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy in August, will be arraigned on Dec. 17 in DeKalb Superior Court.
The finalists for DeKalb fire chief took tough questions from the public and came out on the other side still looking good.
Chazrel Burton, who allegedly shot a 2-year-old boy in the abdomen in June outside a Stone Mountain Kroger, was set to appear at a Dec. 13 bond hearing in DeKalb Superior Court.
All three defendants in the DeKalb County Schools corruption case have been sentenced to serve time in jail.
By December 2018, the city of Clarkston expects to look very different.
All three defendants in the DeKalb County Schools corruption case are going to jail.
Former DeKalb Schools Superintendent Crawford Lewis is going to prison for 12 months in the school district’s corruption case that has been playing out in court since October.
Southwest DeKalb High’s Class AAAAA state champion Lady Panthers basketball team is scrambling to raise $4,000 in less than two weeks to pay for a trip to the prestigious Nike Tournament of Champions in Phoenix, AZ Dec. 19-21.
DeKalb residents might not be 100 percent happy with their current form of government, but they are not ready to trade it in for the unknown.