Looking to celebrate its long-time supporters, many of whom reside in the metro Atlanta; Childspring is hosting its 6th Annual Black-Tie Gala Sat., March 29, at The Atlanta History Center.
The finger-pointing began almost immediately -- and two days after Winter Storm Leon left the region, it’s still going on.
MARTA is planning a modified rail and bus schedule today that will maximize its weather-strained resources while offering customers safe transit access to popular commercial corridors, high ridership areas and major medical facilities
A journal discovered at Darion Marcus Aguilar's home may explain why the 19-year-old walked into a busy mall in Columbia, Maryland, on Saturday and killed two employees of a skateboard apparel shop before turning the shotgun on himself.
The African migrants in Israel have been demonized in both the mainstream but most especially by leaders of hard, right-wing organizations, who see them as a threat to the demographics of Israel.
Georgia’s third-largest school district no longer faces an imminent threat of accreditation loss, after a tumultuous few years that included the rare step of the governor removing a majority of the local school board.
Lattimer Communications announced that Isadora V. Brown, director of Account Planning and Consumer Engagement, has been promoted to vice president.
The right to carry is being used left and right (no pun intended) and everywhere. But there remains a clear dividing line between those who support and those who oppose the current and proposed laws about the owning and carrying ...
Nearly 50 percent of black men and 40 percent of white men are arrested at least once on non-traffic-related crimes by the time they turn 23, according to a new study.
President Barack Obama said he doesn’t think marijuana is more dangerous than alcohol, "in terms of its impact on the individual consumer.’’
There is a critical and long overdue discussion about the fate of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) now finally taking place around the nation.
White House Seeks to Help Expand Education Opportunity Morehouse is piloting an alternative to the SAT/ACT
Thirty years ago, one year of tuition, room, and board at a nation’s four-year, degree-granting institution cost $8,756 on average (or $3,499, when adjusted for inflation).
A spike in sexual assaults on America's college campuses is unacceptable and must end, President Barack Obama said on Wednesday as he unveiled a new effort to stem rapes and other crimes nationwide.
Known as a loan repayment assistance program, the colleges offer to pay undergraduate student's loan bills until they earn enough to afford the payments themselves.
DeKalb's Senate Delegates Respond to SACS Decision Carter, Henson laud outcome; call for edu prioritization
State Senator Jason Carter, who chairs the Senate DeKalb County delegation's education committee, said today that he is pleased with the outcome of the decision by SACS to remove the probationary accreditation of the DeKalb County Schools system.