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MARTA rolls out 30-foot buses for enhanced neighborhood service

MARTA rolls out 30-foot buses for enhanced neighborhood service in order to better navigate through challenging and circular roadways, including in DeKalb County.

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DeKalb Sheriff said Operation Safe DeKalb netted over 100 arrests

DeKalb County Sheriff Jeffrey L. Mann stated that a recent multi-jurisdictional police offensive on crime in the county resulted in 106 arrests in three days.

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DeKalb schools to host pre-kindergarten lottery

DeKalb schools to host pre-kindergarten lottery

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Health Care Defeat: Social media laughing at Donald Trump, Paul Ryan and Republicans

After spending months repudiating Obamacare, officially known as the Affordable Care Act, President Trump's and the GOP's health care plan to replace it crumbled at the last minute as the nation watched with bated breath.

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Grant supports DeKalb Community Service Board Integrated Health Program

Grant supports DeKalb Community Service Board Integrated Health Program

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NAACP hosting 2017 Annual Unity and Membership breakfast

The DeKalb County Branch of the National Association for the Advancemet of Colored People will host its Annual Unity and Membership Breakfast on April 8, 2017 8:30 AM, at the Greenforest Community Baptist Church

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Rock 'n' roll king Chuck Berry leaves a rich legacy

Rock ā€˜nā€™ roll king Chuck Berry, who influenced generations of musicians, including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Elvis Presley, died March 18 at age 90 near his St. Louis hometown. Born Charles Edward Anderson Berry on Oct. 18, 1926, the former hairdresser-turned-guitarist, singer and songwriter leaves us with classic songs like "Maybellene" (1955), "Roll Over Beethoven" (1956), "Rock and Roll Music" (1957) and "Johnny B. Goode" (1958).

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DeKalb CEO Michael Thurmond will give two State of the County addresses

DeKalb CEO Michael Thurmond will provide his first State of the County address on March 30 at the Carlos Hellenic Center and the second at the Sanford Performing Arts Center on April 4.

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CERT training DeKalb residents on disaster preparedness

CERT training DeKalb residents on disaster preparedness

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Take Back Your Community event at Bethune Middle School

Metro Atlanta is one of the most notorious cities in the country in the trafficking of girls, boys and women for sexual exploitation. Meanwhile, South DeKalb is riddled with levels of crime that threaten to take over our neighborhoods and prevent the type of prosperous growth it is capable of manifesting. Come learn how to take steps to prevent both at Bethune Middle School.

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