ATLANTA — U.S. Sen. David Perdue, R-Georgia, entered this year with a huge fundraising lead over three Democrats looking to challenge his bid for a second term.
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.
The city of Clarkston unanimously voted to approve a first of its kind tiny home development earlier in May. The project, known as “The Cottages on Vaughan” is situated on a half-acre lot centrally located one block from downtown Clarkston, and will include eight tiny homes on permanent foun…
A new Financial Opportunity Center has opened in DeKalb County to provide financial coaching, job placement services and employment training.
The Clarkston Community Center will present the third annual International Food & Wine Gala on Nov. 10 from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Center’s Angora Hall. The popular event is designed to showcase the cuisine of many regions from which Clarkston’s international population hails, including Afr…
The city of Clarkston, DeKalb Police Athletics League and Clarkston First Baptist Church have formed a partnership to bring a Summer After Dark Basketball League to the city of Clarkston.
Restaurants and businesses from around DeKalb will help out with an inaugural event to highlight the vast contributions of local refugees and immigrants in building Atlanta’s food and beverage scene.
The Clarkston Community Center will hold its first International Spring Festival on April 7 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event is free to attend and will feature international food, garden plants and art for sale. There will also be music and children’s activities on the center’s grounds and in…
The DeKalb County School District will conduct two additional public meetings as a part of an upcoming redistricting effort in the Stone Mountain and Clarkston clusters. The locations of those previously announced meetings have changed.
DeKalb residents voted to approve a one cent special-purpose local-option sales tax (SPLOST) and a special homestead exemption while keeping two incumbents as city mayors during the Nov. 7 local elections.
Depending on your occupation, political beliefs and hobbies, there is a very good chance you have a lobbyist representing your interests in the State Legislature.
The popularity of soccer may be at an all-time high in Atlanta, but thanks to the mission of a local nonprofit, the sport has been helping youth in underserved areas learn valuable life skills and forge friendships for decades.
For some 30 women in Clarkston, many of them refugees, a traveling clinic’s recent visit provided their first-ever mammography screening.
Clarkston has been nicknamed the “Ellis Island of the South” with a high refugee and immigrant population, creating a melting pot of religions and lifestyles.
An upcoming international food and wine festival in Clarkston is giving taste buds a ticket to travel around the world and experience different cuisines, all in one convenient place.
Clarkston varsity head football coach Terrance Hughey places himself in the "five yards and a cloud of dust" category regarding his coaching philosophy.
The Neighbor will feature a blog each day of the Democratic National Convention from Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry. Terry is one of four PLEO Bernie Sanders delegates from Georgia.
The City of Clarkston in DeKalb County is on track to be one of Georgia’s most progressive cities with a newly reduced set of fines and penalties for possession of small amounts of marijuana.
Clarkston First Baptist Church is inviting young men of the community to utilize one type of "court" this summer, the basketball court, in hopes of possibly preventing them from having to appear in another type "court," the courtroom.
Today, Mayor Ted Terry of Clarkston officially joined the Sierra Club as its new Georgia State Director, taking over for Colleen Kiernan, who has served in this role for the last five years. Terry is a well-recognized state leader, with more than 15 years of nonprofit, advocacy and public se…