The city of Chamblee and St. Vincent de Paul Georgia are partnering to offer rent and utility assistance - a total of $100,000 - to Chamblee residents in need because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Chamblee Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding a man with health problems who’s been missing for over two months.
With no local schools facing each other this week, North Springs’ Class 5A non-region game against Chamblee highlights the action in Week 9.
Chris Perez was working as a Delta Air Lines in-flight crew scheduler for flight attendants in late March when he was laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has decimated that industry.
Thrive Fitness, a one-on-one and group fitness studio in Brookhaven, has announced its plans to move into a new, 11,900-square-foot gym in Chamblee.
The city of Chamblee announced it is cancelling the Aug. 7 drive-in concert with Vertical Horizon and The Sundogs performing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A man has been arrested after allegedly stealing a car in Chamblee with a boy inside and then causing a six-vehicle wreck that resulted in one person’s death.
After a banner 2019, Fifth Group Restaurants was humming along in March when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the Atlanta-based company to shut down.
Chamblee Parks and Recreation Department is celebrating Parks and Recreation Month with outdoor, social distancing activities for residents.
The city of Chamblee has announced it’s cancelling its annual Fourth of July Celebration and Fireworks due to health and safety concerns stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The city of Chamblee was awarded federal grant funding through the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Transportation Improvement Program to extend the city’s Rail Trail.
The city of Chamblee has announced an individual who attended the Chamblee City Council’s public hearing May 14 has tested positive for COVID-19.
Live Thrive Atlanta, the nonprofit that runs the Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (CHaRM), is hosting a kids’ T-shirt design contest to celebrate three milestone anniversaries.
The Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (CHaRM)’s recent monthly popup recycling locations have been a success so far, its leader said.
The Lighthouse recently hosted the 2019 Evening in the End Zone at the College Football Hall of Fame in downtown Atlanta. The event annually honors the football players and coaches whose contributions to their communities extend far beyond the playing field. Also known as the Georgia Lions L…
It’s officially fall and with the changing of the weather comes the season for festivals. Check where to celebrate food, fun and community throughout DeKalb with these upcoming events:
In January 2020, the DeKalb County School District (DCSD) will open a replacement for Austin Elementary. In August 2020, the district will open a replacement for Pleasantdale Elementary as well as a new Cross Keys North Elementary to serve the Cross Keys and Chamblee Charter high school clusters.
The city of Chamblee will soon break ground on a new 40,000-50,000 square foot public safety building and 17-acre public park land purchased in late November 2017. Located at 4445 Buford Highway, the building will house the Chamblee Police Department, Municipal Court operations and a publicl…
Hotels in Alpharetta, Chamblee and Sandy Springs have been named in four lawsuits that allege they and one other metro Atlanta hotel took part in sex trafficking there.
Whether you intend to celebrate July 4 from Stone Mountain Park, Avondale Estates, Decatur, Clarkston, Tucker, Chamblee or Dunwoody, DeKalb County will welcome the 243rd anniversary of the United States in great fashion.
It was a stellar week on the tennis court for Pace as both its varsity programs won their respective Georgia High School Association (GHSA) Class AAA state championships.
The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is offering residents a way to get more information on its next big project: the proposed Interstate 285 express lanes.
The city of Smyrna and the Cumberland Community Improvement District have partnered with other cities and CIDs located along the top end of Interstate 285 to look at the possibility of a new transit line through that corridor.
Christmas is just around the corner and for those still looking to find the perfect gift for family, friends, co-workers and loved ones, look no further than the locally owned and operated stores and boutiques around DeKalb County. Check out this holiday gift guide which features popular ite…
Local high schools had mostly strong results in the American College Testing (ACT) exam, according to scores released today by the Georgia Department of Education.
Republican incumbent Meagan Hanson and Democratic challenger Matthew Wilson are vying for the District 80 seat in the Georgia House of Representatives in the Nov. 6 general election. Both are Brookhaven residents, the district includes Brookhaven and parts of Chamblee and Sandy Springs and b…
LifeLine Animal Project in DeKalb is currently experience very high intake levels at with the shelter taking in 653 animals in May.
Two local high school seniors – Galloway’s Wesley Hardin and Chamblee’s Charles Holt – each were named in the first group of winners in the 63rd annual National Merit Scholarship Program by the Evanston, Illinois-based National Merit Scholarship Corp., released April 18.
KENNESAW — Living Hope Church invites the north metro Atlanta community to view the works of featured artist Sherri Richards of Chamblee. Many of her drawings will be on display on Living Hope’s campus throughout the month of April.
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta will officially open the doors to the Children’s at Chamblee-Brookhaven Urgent Care Center, the nonprofit pediatric healthcare system’s first Urgent Care location within the perimeter, on April 17.
The wrestling state championships, start of the basketball state playoffs and Signing Day completed a full week of prep sports activities for local programs.
St. Pius X state title in swimming and diving and the conclusion of region basketball play highlighted an active week in prep sports.
David J. LeValley, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Atlanta field office, is asking for the public’s help identifying the individuals responsible for eight business robberies in a little over two weeks in January.
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