Thousands of adults and children will honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy in the DeKalb NAACP Parade and Rally, held annually on the national King Holiday.
- Chilly weather couldn't keep marchers and spectators away from King Day Parade
- Kick start 2019 with 100 Black Women's free "Healthy Eating and Fitness Day"
- Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad seeks applicants for 2019 Study Tour to Tanzania
- Thousands to march in honor of Dr. King at DeKalb NAACP's annual parade and rally
Fathers can dance with their daughters at the Feb. 7 Father-Daughter Dance at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center in Atlanta.
Colleagues of the late DeKalb Police Officer Edger Flores are hosting a blood drive in his honor at the DeKalb South Precinct on Jan. 3.
Georgia Attorney General Christopher Carr is urging consumers to be on guard this holiday season and not fall prey to telemarketing and imposter phone scams.
Just over 15 months after breaking ground on its new Atlanta Region Business Center in DeKalb County, Atlanta Gas Light cut the ribbon on Nov. 29 on the new glass and cinderblock building overlooking the Gresham Road/I-20 East service road.
More than 55 black-owned businesses will be showcasing their products and services at the Black Empowerment Forum and MarketPlace at First Afrikan Church on Nov. 17.
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