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Adults and kids can sample exercise and fitness classes on Aug. 23 at Results Central's Hairston Road facility in Decatur.
5 hrs ago | Cross Roads News
DeKalb's Mobile Career Center is on the road again and will make stops on Aug. 26 and 27 in Tucker and Decatur.
9 hrs ago | Cross Roads News
The Macy's in the Gallery at South DeKalb is offering free MAC Cosmetics makeovers on Aug. 29 and 30 to gauge customer demand for the product.
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When a man reportedly cardiac arrested and flat-lined during a church service Sunday, emergency workers rushed to give him CPR.
14 hrs ago | Cross Roads News
The four-part workshop, which also takes place Sept. 23, Oct. 21 and Nov. 18, is hosted by Decatur-based nonprofit All About Developmental Disabilities.
Police brutality may seem like a subject best handled by lawmakers and political advocates, but three teenagers from Georgia are hoping to shed light on the problem and promote good behavior with a new app they've developed.
In Decatur Georgia, three high school siblings have developed and launched a mobile app that gives citizens a voice in their encounters with law enforcement officials.
Free health screenings and job opportunities will be available on Aug. 16 at DeKalb Commissioner Stan Watson's Health, Wellness and Job Fair at the House of Hope/Greater Travelers Rest Church in Decatur.
Three years ago, a national trade magazine featured an article in its August edition titled "Back to School Starts With Bathrooms."
The DeKalb County Operations Task Force this week reached a landmark decision regarding the governance of DeKalb County during its fifth meeting since its inception on June 5. The OTF decided not to deliberate the form of government, citing the lack of support from state lawmakers to advance such a measure through the 2015 legislative session.
CrossRoadsNews Publisher and Editor Jennifer Parker and McDonald's operator Van Jakes are the newest members of the mega East Metro CID board.
Belvedere residents can discuss community issues with District 3 Commissioner Larry Johnson on Aug. 18 during a walking town hall meeting co-hosted by the Belvedere Civic Association.
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