Thousands turned out to the Mall at Stonecrest on July 25 for CrossRoadsNews' annual Family & Back-to-School Expo on the Mall's lower level.
The U.S. Post Office and Courthouse in Atlanta is among three Southern courthouses designated as National Historic Landmarks for their contributions to civil rights.
Local public safety and law enforcement agencies will face off in the Metro Atlanta Flag Football Association’s first games of the season on Aug. 8 in Lakewood Stadium.
Award-winning historian Tiya Miles discusses her debut fiction, “The Cherokee Rose: A Novel of Gardens & Ghosts,” on July 27 at the Decatur Library.
Kylan Jones of Ellenwood, a 2002 graduate of Stephenson High, is realizing a lifelong dream – indulging his passion for cars with one of the biggest car and bike shows in the Southeast on Aug. 2.
The Philly cheese steak at Weeyums Philly Style in Stone Mountain Village has been named one of Georgia’s “100 Plates That Locals Love.”
Ready or not, the new school year is right around the corner.
Back-to-school hearing and eye screenings will be available at the CrossRoadsNews Family & Back-to-School Expo on July 25 for children headed back to school.
As students head back to school for the fall on Aug. 10, health officials are underscoring the importance of all children having up-to-date immunizations for vaccine-preventable diseases like measles, mumps, and pertussis or whooping cough.
With the new school year right around the corner, most families are busy trying to soak up those last few days of summer.
Columbia High School junior Zion Moore is firmly on his way to becoming a triple threat with the July 7 release of his new hip-hop song “Splash” on YouTube.
Bridgette Rucker has been training kids to pay it forward for 20 years at the Georgia Stars Academy of Dance & Performing Arts in Stone Mountain.
Face painting, raffles, live music and international cuisine will be available at the July 18 International Bicycle and Music Festival in Stone Mountain Village.
Clarkston, one of the most diverse cities in America, is the focus of “Resettling in America: Georgia’s Refugee Communities” at the David J. Sencer CDC Museum through Dec. 31.
Software engineer Scott Hawkins, who explores a fantasy world in “The Library at Mount Char,” will discuss his best-selling debut novel on July 22 at the Decatur Library.