DeKalb Sheriff Jeffrey Mann has promoted two longtime employees to his leadership team.
Disadvantaged individuals and families can get food and clothes from Sarah’s Clothes Closet and Food Pantry in Decatur staring Sept. 2.
The South DeKalb Improvement Association will hold its regular quarterly meeting on Sept. 6 at the Berean Community Center in Stone Mountain.
As the Ebola virus rages on unchecked in West Africa, an Atlanta-based diplomat is urging the United States to send shipments of the experimental drug Zmapp and other emergency aid to Liberia.
The long anticipated Krispy Kreme store on Wesley Chapel Road is finally under construction.
Former DeKalb Commissioner Elaine Boyer – who abruptly resigned Aug. 25, a day before she was to appear in federal court on mail fraud conspiracy and wire fraud charges alleging she bilked taxpayers of more than $90,000 – says she ...
DeKalb Commission District 1 residents interested in finishing out Elaine Boyer’s term on the Board of Commissioners can qualify for the Nov. 4 special election starting Sept. 8
Commissioner Stan Watson’s Community Cabinet Meeting is on the road for September.
DeKalb Commission District 1 residents interested in finishing out Elaine Boyer’s term on the Board of Commissioners can qualify for the Nov. 4 special election starting Sept. 8.
DeKalb residents who want to learn more about the voting process can attend a Sept. 3 Voter Education and Outreach Training for Community Organizations seminar at the DeKalb Registration & Elections Office.
Conflict of interest complaints continue to dog DeKalb Commissioner Jeff Rader.
The city of Lithonia moved into new digs at 6920 Main St. this week.
U.S. Attorney Sally Yates will seek jail time for former DeKalb Commissioner Elaine Boyer on federal mail fraud and wire fraud charges, Yates said on Aug. 26 after a bond hearing in U.S. District Court in Atlanta.
Elaine Boyer, DeKalb’s longest serving Commissioner, announced Aug. 25 that she has resigned from office.
Interim CEO Lee May will talk with residents at the Maloof Auditorium on Aug. 26 and at the Dunwoody Library on Aug. 27 in his series of community meetings reviewing his first year in office.