The Illinois State Police said late Friday that units were on the scene of a two-vehicle crash in rural Shelby County.
DeKalb’s Board of Registration and Elections recently approved changes to four polling locations ahead of the Nov. 2 General Election.
DeKalb voters will have several choices to make in November. Here’s a rundown of contested races and candidates who qualified for the upcoming general elections.
ATLANTA — The University System of Georgia is stopping short of requiring students returning to classes during the next couple of weeks to wear masks or get vaccinated against COVID-19.
The city council is accepting applications from residents interested in filling the seat left vacant by Rodney Walker, who resigned from the council this month.
DeKalb County Police say a man is dead after firing at least 50 rounds into a crowd, killing one and injuring June 22.
As she cut the ribbon opening the annual Decatur Regional Chamber of Commerce Business Expo Thursday morning, Mayor Julie Moore Wolfe summed up the feeling in the room in three words: "Decatur is back."
The father of Ta’Naja Barnes says Springfield police spilled out the urn during a search of his car. The Decatur 2-year-old died in 2019 and touched off various calls for child protection reforms.
(The Center Square) – With the clock ticking on the Illinois Legislature’s spring session, there doesn’t seem to be any movement on addressing the persistent backlog of Firearm Owner Identification card applications.
MARTA announced it has sold two pieces of land near the Avondale rail station in Decatur to a developer that will build 80 senior housing units there.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) has released the identity of the male suspect who was shot to death by Chamblee police officers after allegedly kidnapping another man and leading cops on a car and foot chase in Decatur.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) is investigating an incident where a man accused of kidnapping another man in Chamblee was shot to death by police officers in Decatur during a chase.
Joe Weishaar was a 25-year-old designer seeking to become an architect and working in a Chicago architectural firm when he entered a contest to design the planned World War I Memorial in Washington.
The Brookhaven and Decatur police departments are seeking the public’s help in finding a suspect wanted for armed robberies in both cities last summer.
As metro Atlanta arts venues and organizations remain dormant during the COVID-19 pandemic because of limits on large-scale indoor events, some are hoping to get a boost from the American Rescue Plan Act, the latest federal stimulus package to provide relief for individuals and businesses im…
Entrepreneur Kevin Willis, a former Atlanta Hawks star, said it was providence that drew him to partner with award-winning event planner Lauren Pelissier to open 42West Entertainment Group, a new business and event venue in west Midtown.
DeKalb County Commissioner Larry Johnson will host his annual Spring community cleanups for the south DeKalb community beginning at 9:30 a.m. each Saturday starting March 27 through April 24.
The Brookhaven and Decatur police departments are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect wanted for armed robberies and other related crimes in both cities.
The Georgia Center for the Book at DeKalb County Public Library in Decatur will host a virtual book talk with Frederick Kaufman, author of “The Money Plot: A History of Currency's Power to Enchant, Control, and Manipulate,” Dec. 1 at 7 p.m.
With help from their parents, two metro Atlanta children have taken the initiative to raise money for Nicholas House, an Atlanta homeless shelter for youths and families.
The Vista Room, a DeKalb County concert venue that hosted musicians from Canned Heat to Shawn Mullins and many others, announced it has closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Decatur High star third baseman Jordan Walker was the only high school player in metro Atlanta and Georgia selected in the Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft, its shortest in history.
The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation has handed out its 43rd annual Preservation Awards, with five going to Atlanta projects and individuals and one to a DeKalb County project.
With all three of his Red Pepper Taqueria locations temporarily closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, chef Mimmo Alboumeh, the owner, is working with his distributors to feed his employees while out of work.
A metro-Atlanta trio has been sentenced to prison for organizing and participating in a healthcare fraud scheme that stole millions in Medicaid funds in Georgia, Louisiana and Florida.
Core Dance will premiere a free outdoor performance of "Manifolds," a new site-specific work by Rose Shields created in collaboration with the Core Dance Artists and visual artist Julia Hill.
The DeKalb County Sheriff's Office has arrested 23 year-old Decatur resident Charlie Lee Geddis in connection with the Ellenwood gas station murder last year.
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