Annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival Returns To Piedmont Park August 6-8After skipping a year because of the pandemic, the Atlanta Dogwood Festival returns August 6, 2021.
Alpharetta Man To Sue Police Over K-9 Attack, Alleged 'Misuse Of Force'An Alpharetta man wants justice after he says police let a K-9 attack him while he was handcuffed and on the ground.
Volunteers Revitalize Atlanta Black Crackers Practice Field, Bush Mountain CommunityThe Atlanta Braves, Delta Airlines and community members joined together to refurbish the historic Atlanta Black Crackers practice field and to plant more seeds of history in the Bush Mountain community.
Families Of Alleged Atlanta Police-Involved Shooting, Brutality Cases Demand JusticeTwo Atlanta police officers are on leave after video shows them kicking a woman in the face, and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is looking into a police-involved shooting.
Atlanta NAACP Investigates Officer-Involved Block Party ShootingAccording to the GBI, Gabriel "Sam" Parker, 38, died from multiple gunshot wounds early Sunday morning during a police-involved incident. Now, the Atlanta NAACP is getting involved.
U.S. Secretary of Education Visits DeKalb Co. School To Discuss Ventilation, COVID SafetyU.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona joined lawmakers and officials in DeKalb County for a roundtable discussion on school ventilation, infrastructure and American Rescue Plan funding.
DeKalb Co. Sheriff's Office Holds 'Boys To Men Summer Camp'The Boys To Men Summer Camp at the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office teaches young men etiquette and life skills.
Georgia Unemployed Workers March In Protest Against Labor Commissioner Butler, Governor KempThe Unemployed Workers Assembly marched from the Georgia Chamber of Commerce to the Department of Labor protesting the ongoing closure of DOL offices, the decision to stop pandemic unemployment checks and other labor issues.
School Of The Arts To Open At Central Gwinnett High School On Aug. 4Gwinnett County students who want to get into music and the fine arts industry will have a new place to practice their skills at the new School of the Arts at Central Gwinnett High School.
U.S. Senate Committee Holds Hearing In Atlanta On Georgia's Voting LawThe U.S. Senate Rules Committee met in Atlanta during its first field meeting in more than 20 years to hear testimony against Georgia's new voting law. The hearing was held at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Puppy Friends Social Club To Hold Atlanta Weekend Launch PartyLooking for a somewhere to send your dog for a day or just want to support local shelters? Puppy Friends Social Club is planning a launch party this weekend in Atlanta with food and beer runs to celebrate what they're providing for pet owners in the Metro area.
Gov. Kemp, GBI Form Law Enforcement Partnerships To Combat Georgia Street GangsGovernor Brian Kemp and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation gave an update on the GBI Gang Task Force's two-year effort to combat street gangs.
DeKalb Co. Grandmother Pleads For Help In Alleged Child Abduction CaseA DeKalb County grandmother is fighting to get her grandchildren back after she says their mother kidnapped them.
Labor Advocates Demand Unemployment, Minimum Wage Changes At Atlanta Job FairAtlanta-area labor advocates continue their fight to help unemployed workers and to increase Georgia's minimum wage.
Fulton County Senior Centers Re-Open For The First Time Since March 2020Participants and workers are excited to return to Fulton County Senior Centers, which re-opened on July 12, 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic caused the county to closed the centers in March 2020. Staff members call it a soft opening to resume their in-person senior services.