Target donates $10,000 in school supplies to Kelley Lake Elementary
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Target donates $10,000 in school supplies to Kelley Lake Elementary
DECATUR—It felt like Christmas at Kelley Lake Elementary School. Through a partnership with the school and Kelly Lake Church of God in Christ, Target donated educational supplies and other goods totaling $10,000 to the school this week. Read more at www.ocgnews.com
Protestors rally in Atlanta for Mike Brown
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Protestors rally in Atlanta for Mike Brown
Peaceful protestors of different ages and races gathered together on Aug. 18 in downtown Atlanta to raise awareness on the Mike Brown case.
Gregory Levett expands funeral homes
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Gregory Levett expands funeral homes
Gregory B. Levett & Sons Funeral Homes is expanding again. This time, the funeral business is bringing advancements in technology to its new location in Conyers. The company’s fifth location showcases several tech-savvy features such as four luxury family suites equipped with state-of-the-art...
May discusses progress, challenges for DeKalb County
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May discusses progress, challenges for DeKalb County
Channel 2 news anchor Jovita Moore probed DeKalb County Interim CEO Lee May during a one-on-one interview in which May discussed the county's progress and challenges since he has held the county's top office. Read More here:...
DeKalb Sheriff Jeff Mann's Victory
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DeKalb Sheriff Jeff Mann's Victory
A victory party for DeKalb County's newly-elected sheriff, Jeff Mann, was held on July 22 at Marlow's Tavern in Tucker.
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 Lou Walker seniors to present gospel musical The Lou Walker Senior Center Performing Arts Group will present a musical, “Hallelujah: In that Great Gettin' Up Mornin,'” on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 7 to 8 p.m

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Don't lose your home to foreclosure!

Congressman Hank Johnson will host an event to help struggling homeowners avoid foreclosure.

The event will be held Saturday, Dec. 8,10 a.m. to 8 p.m., at Salem Bible Church,  5460 Hillandale Drive, Lithonia.

Johnson is hosting the free event with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs’ HomeSafe Georgia program and the D&E Group, which are certified housing counselors.

The event marks the second one Johnson has held this year to address the foreclosure crisis.

Johnson held a similar event on April 28 in which hundreds of homeowners were helped.

HomeSafe is designed to provide temporary assistance to Georgia homeowners who have suffered a substantial income loss due to involuntary unemployment or underemployment and who are able and willing to work.

The event will also provide opportunities for homeowners to meet with counselors to see if they are eligible for a loan modification.

To pre-qualify and to register, participants can call D&E at 770-961-6900 or visit their Web site at depower.org.

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