DeKalb authorities identify murder suspect in bus stop shooting
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DeKalb authorities identify murder suspect in bus stop shooting
DeKalb County authorities have identified Christopher Merritt, 18, of Lithonia as the suspect in the shooting death and robbery of 19-year-old Marcaysia Dawkins. Read More: http://www.ocgnews.com/index.php/local-news/3460-dekalb-authorities-identify-murder-suspect-in-bus-stop-shooting
Fighting crime goes high tech: DeKalb police partner with virtual Neighborhood Watch initiative
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Fighting crime goes high tech: DeKalb police partner with virtual Neighborhood Watch initiative
Local neighborhood watch efforts are getting a virtual boost, thanks to a new partnership between the DeKalb County Police Department and Nextdoor (www.nextdoor.com), a private virtual network for neighborhoods. Read more at:...
Volunteers express the joys of helping RCCA
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Volunteers express the joys of helping RCCA
Volunteers at the Resource Center for Community Action in Conyers.
DeKalb Sheriff Jeff Mann discusses jail recruit's death
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DeKalb Sheriff Jeff Mann discusses jail recruit's death
Lakisha Sanders "The Star Spangled Banner"
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Lakisha Sanders
GPTC Financial Aid Assistant Vice President Lakisha Sanders sings "The Star Spangled BAnner" at the 2014 GPTC Veteran Appreciation Luncheon on Nov.11 in Clarkston.
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Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04) announced the winners of the 2014 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Spouses Education Scholarships. The five winners hail from across the Fourth Congressional Dis

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DeKalb Cooperative Extension offers “Living Debt Free” workshop

DECATURHave you over spent your holiday budget? Are you worried about bills rolling in and living beyond your means?

DeKalb Cooperative Extension can help you get back on track by offering a class on "Living Debt Free."

Brett A. Lewis “The Income Protector” will conduct a workshop to help you meet your financial goals and get back to the basics of managing your finances.

The workshop will be held, Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 6 p.m. at the DeKalb Cooperative Extension Office training room, 4380 Memorial Drive, Decatur.

For more information about Cooperative Extension events and programs, please call DeKalb Cooperative Extension at 404-298-4080 or visit the web at www.ugaextension.com/dekalb.

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