DeKalb headlines, school news, photos and video
A 27-year-old man died early Friday after being shot outside a DeKalb County apartment, police said.
Ophelia DeVore knew black was beautiful even before it became a 1960s movement. Her challenge was convincing corporate and advertising honchos that it was also marketable.
Donations are being sought to help with the medical bills of a DeKalb County firefighter who was instrumental in security new safety gear for the department last year.
DeKalb County police are investigating the death of a man found shot late Thursday outside a Redan Road automobile body shop.
Unlike in years past, none of the DeKalb County high school graduation ceremonies are occurring in churches this year.
Bike Walk Dunwoody will hold its monthly Sunday Cycle community bike ride at 2:30 p.m. June 3. Participants are asked to gather in front of Bruster’s, Dunwoody Village parking lot.
After almost 30 years of tireless work in the field of corporate diversity, R. Roosevelt Thomas was still enthralled with his occupation.
U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey, a Marietta Republican, is demanding more than just a new director at the Atlanta VA Medical Center to reckon with the multiple deaths and other problems exposed by recent investigations at the facility.
A DeKalb County man accused of fatally shooting his pregnant girlfriend was able to tell a judge “it wasn’t me” on Thursday and mean it.
Stone Mountain Main Street is partnering with the Tucker Arts Guild to host a local artist show/sale during the weekend of May 31.
Jazz vocalist Alexandra Jackson will be gracing the main stage at the festival her father established.
Interviews with several Atlanta area Scout leaders found that most leaned against lifting the ban on gay Scouts and more strongly opposed accepting gay leaders
In a break from past years, all 26 DeKalb high school commencements are in secular venues this year
Updated every Friday, Mark Arum tells us where we can find construction, events and anything else to slow us down on the roads this weekend.
The Spring Street Bridge in downtown Atlanta carries thousands of drivers to some of the biggest entertainment events in Georgia.