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An icon of Atlanta marked a major milestone birthday Sunday with an evening of praise and celebration.
Peachcrest Corps Community Center Address: 3500 Sherrydale Lane, Decatur, GA 30032 Date: Wednesday, December 18, 2013 Time: 6:00pm-7:00pm The purpose is to inform the local residents and general public about the upcoming demolition of the former school facility Fernbank Science Center Where: 156 Heaton Park Drive, Atlanta, GA 30307 Date: Thursday, ... (more)
The Decatur Police Department warns of a rash of stolen packages from peoples' porches and front entrances.
Chai Pani is hosting a special dinner titled "Give OK Please" that will benefit the Meher Free Dispensary, a free medical clinic run in rural India.
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, a New York actress and a Soul Food Museum presentation are some of the special events under way through Dec. 23 at DeKalb Library branches for its first Heritage Festival.
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.
Andres David Lopez/The Telegraph Immigration reform activists stand outside the DeKalb County Courthouse Thursday in support of an effort to have in-state tuition granted to immigrants with temporary residency status.
Did you know that 69% of parents have not named guardians for their kids ? Parents fail to nominate guardians for many reasons.
Emory University is happy to announce that we will be running two 4- day All Indoor Winter Sports Camps.
Raymond Partola, left, speaks with the media as he and members of the Georgia Undocumented Youth Alliance hold a press conference outside the DeKalb County Superior Court on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, in Decatur, Ga., prior to the first court hearing for the In-state Tuition lawsuit against the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.
Less than a month after State Sen. Jason Carter announced he would enter the 2014 race for governor, a Decatur resident has made known his intentions to seek the District 42 seat that Carter is vacating.
Five cents' worth of power turned into 15 hours in jail for a Georgia man after he was arrested for stealing electricity from an Atlanta-area middle school, Atlanta TV station WXIA reported Wednesday.