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  1. Clients (left) "shop" for food at the First Afrikan Presbyterian...Read the original story

    Sep 8, 2016 | Cross Roads News

    Clients "shop" for food at the First Afrikan Presbyterian Church Pantry on Aug. 17. The pantry is open weekly on Wednesdays. Despite a recovering economy, First Afrikan Presbyterian Church and other South DeKalb churches are scrambling to fill a persistent need for food assistance.


  2. Ellenwood father found guilty in death of 6-month-old daughterRead the original story

    Sep 2, 2016 | Cross Roads News

    Reginald Demarcus Johnson of Ellenwood has been found guilty of killing his 6-month-old daughter Jordan by violently fracturing her skull multiple times. A DeKalb County jury convicted Johnson, 36, on felony murder and first-degree cruelty to children charges on Aug. 29 for the April 2015 death of his twin daughter Jordan Johnson.


  3. New McDonald's on Wesley Chapel Road failed ...Read the original story

    Jul 1, 2016 | Cross Roads News

    Keyonna Gaines of Ellenwood and her two children leave the McDonald's restaurant at 2739 Wesley Chapel Road on June 29. The fast food store received a failing score on a June 21 health inspection. The new McDonald's restaurant on Wesley Chapel Road in Decatur, which opened just three months ago, failed a routine health code inspection on June 21 with a score of 67 U or "unsatisfactory."


  4. District 3 spring cleanups in AprilRead the original story

    Apr 1, 2016 | Cross Roads News

    Residents, business owners, groups, schools and churches can join District 3 Commissioner Larry Johnson and DeKalb Sheriff Jeffrey Mann for spring community cleanups Satursday throughout April.


  5. 3 store owners going to jail for ...Read the original story

    Mar 4, 2016 | Cross Roads News

    Three store owners who operated stores in Decatur, Atlanta and Union City defrauded the government more than $10.1 million in food stamps and WIC benefits are going to federal prison or are awaiting sentencing to prison. Tessema Lulseged, 49, who used his Decatur convenience store - Big T Supermarket on Memorial Drive in Decatur - to illegally traffic in food stamps, is going to prison for four years and three months for a scheme that netted him $6.5 million.


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