Seniors who are three months shy of their 65th birthday, and those wanting to make changes to their Medicare choices, will be able to do so Oct. 15 through Dec. 7 during the annual open enrollment period for Medicare.
Free health screenings for diabetes, hypertension and prostate cancer will be available on Oct. 13 at CrossRoadsNews’ sixth annual Seniors/Baby Boomers Expo at the Mall at Stonecrest.
The models who will strut their stuff at the sixth annual CrossRoadsNews Seniors/Baby Boomers Fashion Show at the Mall at Stonecrest on Oct. 13 includes octogenarians, but please don’t hold their age against them.
Seniors on Medicare and those becoming eligible for the program this fall can get a wealth of information from www.medicare.gov and from the program’s 2019 "Medicare and You" handbook.
Living your best life doesn’t have to wait for a day when the weather is perfect, when you have extra money in your bank account, or when you’ve lost that last 10 pounds.
Thousands of seniors and baby boomers will fill the Mall at Stonecrest on Oct. 13 for CrossRoadsNews' sixth annual Seniors/Baby Boomers Expo at the Mall at Stonecrest.
Thousands of families with school-aged children are expected to descend on the Mall at Stonecrest on July 21 for the annual CrossRoadsNews Family & Back-to-School Expo.
Kids and adults can learn strategies to cope with stress with a fun game show at the July 21 Family and Back-to-School Expo at the Mall at Stonecrest.
Oakhurst Medical Centers will offer free screenings for diabetes and hypertension at CrossRoadsNews' 13th annual Family & Back to School Expo on July 21 at the Mall at Stonecrest.
Parents can get fresh ideas about dressing their kids for the new school year at CrossRoadsNews' 13th annual Family & Back-to-School Expo on July 21 at the Mall at Stonecrest.
Runners and cyclists who use the trails off Panthersville Road in DeKalb, will now be exploring the great outdoors on the Michelle Obama Trail.
One very lucky 2018 Health & Wellness Expo patron will win a three-nights all-inclusive stay for two adults at luxurious Zoëtry Paraiso De La Bonita in Riviera Maya, Mexico.
In her 32 years of teaching and motivating people to “move it, move it,” exercise motivator Rae Rae Clarke estimates she has been before more than a million people at expos, community walks, and classes at the YMCA, senior centers and churches.
In DeKalb County and nationally, African Americans are disproportionately afflicted by high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke and diabetes, and that is why you can get free health screenings at the CrossRoadsNews 2018 Health & Wellness Expo on Jan. 27.
The 50-plus crowd knows how to party and they will be throwing down on Oct. 14 at CrossRoadsNews’ wildly popular Seniors/Baby Boomers Expo at the Mall at Stonecrest.
Adults 55 years and older can get flu shots and free screenings for hypertension and diabetes at the 2017 CrossRoadsNews Seniors/Baby Boomer Expo on Oct. 14 at the Mall at Stonecrest.
From Decatur to Kentucky, DeKalb’s line-dancing Beulah Boys are in high demand these days, but they are never too busy to advocate an important cause close to their hearts: prostate cancer awareness.
Open enrollment for Medicare takes place Oct. 15 to Dec. 7 and seniors weighing their options can get answers to some of their questions at the CrossRoadsNews 2017 Seniors/Baby Boomers Expo on Oct. 14 at the Mall at Stonecrest.
Up to 50 stylishly dressed seniors will be strutting in the latest fashions at the 2017 Seniors/Baby Boomers Expo at the Mall at Stonecrest on Oct. 14.
A year after she mesmerized the audience at the 2016 Family and Back-to-School Expo, Kayla Wyatt is a rising 10th-grader at the Academy of Liberal Arts at Newton High School in Covington, and still standing tall.
Before DeKalb County Schools open on Aug. 7 for the 2017-2018 school year, students and their parents can visit their classrooms and meet their teachers at open houses being held at all of the schools across the district Aug. 2 and 3.
With the first day of school a mere three weeks away, parents can prepare now to help their children have a successful academic year.
Parents sending their first child to school – whether pre-school, kindergarten, or college – are likely to experience many emotions, including some separation anxiety.
As students prepare to head back to school on Aug. 7, the DeKalb County School District will be entreating them and their parents to show their love for it.
Demarquez “Ya Boy Majik” Grissom has been making music since high school but he got really serious about it when he enrolled at Syracuse University in 2013 on full-ride Posse and Gates Millenium scholarships.
Free health screenings for high blood pressure and diabetes will be available at the CrossRoadsNews 12th annual Family and Back-to-School Expo on July 22 at the Mall at Stonecrest.
The bell will ring in the first day of school on Aug. 7, and parents who want their kids to have a successful year know they must begin making preparations now.
For the first time in half a decade, Georgia parents preparing for the new school year won’t have tax-free shopping days to help stretch their back-to-school budgets for supplies, clothing and computers.
High blood pressure disproportionately affects African Americans – more than 40 percent of men and women are afflicted, and the only way to know if you have it is to measure your blood pressure. Consistently follow your treatment plan if you are diagnosed with hypertension.