Members of Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church will march into their new sanctuary on Aug. 2.
Author Laurel-Ann Dooley will share steamy stories about Atlanta from “In Wicked Atlanta: The Sordid Side of Peach City History” on July 28 at the Decatur Library in downtown Decatur.
DeKalb District Attorney Robert James will receive a “My Brother’s Keeper” award on July 26 at the National Bar Association’s 89th annual convention at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Atlanta.
DeKalb Solicitor General Sherry Boston is picking up accolades for leading the state legal community’s food collection drive.
Sgt. Rodger Lacy is as tough as they come. But the six-year member of the DeKalb Sheriff’s Office gets choked up when he talks about Rocky, his partner and canine friend of four years.
Former Clarkston Police Officer Corey Williams and daughter Victoria are leaving Georgia for Colorado this summer to obtain cannabis oil to treat the 12-year-old’s chronic seizure disorder that threatens her life.
Poet laureate, author, singer, dancer, teacher, mentor, and wise renaissance woman Maya Angelou died May 28 at age 86.
Civil rights lawyer Mawuli Mel Davis is the new president of the DeKalb Lawyers Association. Davis and nine officers took the oath of office on May 17 from DeKalb Superior Court
The May family has a new girl. Interim CEO Lee May and his wife, Robin, welcomed Riley May on May 16 at 8:31 a.m.
The Rev. Dr. C.T. Vivian, who has a Presidential Medal of Freedom, will speak at Georgia Piedmont Technical College’s Spring Commencement Ceremony on May 31.
Buck Godfrey, Southwest DeKalb High’s winningest football coach, will be inducted into the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame on May 31 in Dalton.
A string of gun violence in Stone Mountain culminated May 10 in the death of a 9-month-old baby boy.
Stella Sanford, who was known for her fabulous hats and her community work, has died. Sanford’s granddaughter, Andrea Brown, said she died May 3. She was 82.
CrossRoadsNews founders Jennifer and Curtis Parker were recognized for outstanding community service by the DeKalb Bar Association on May 8.
Nearly 70 years after his military service ended, Harry Rock received recognition as a surviving member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen, a decorated all-black squadron of World War II pilots when U.S. Armed Forces were strictly segregated.