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.

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.


Clear book bags and school supplies will be available at CrossRoadsNews' annual Family & Back-to-School Expo to help parents stretch their dollars.

Kingdom Worshippers Dance Ministry does not discriminate on talent and that is why its company is made up dancers who are 5 to 80 years old.

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.

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.

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.

Kids and adults can explore “What’s in That Lunch Anyway!?,” a fun interactive game that encourage healthy eating, active living and dental health.

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.