DeKalb to distribute 10,000 COVID-19 care kits with masks, sanitizer Credit: HYOSUB SHIN / AJCLOCAL NEWS| 9 hours agoBy Tyler Estep, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution DeKalb County will distribute 10,000 COVID-19 “care kits” this week, giving masks and hand sanitizer to residents in areas hit hard by the pandemic. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention haveContinue reading
only GA would have drive thru flu shots, and they even charge you to inject you with a deadly chemical. Wow, where do I sign up?
Updated: 4:13 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014 | Posted: 10:11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014 DeKalb Commissioner Boyer could serve prison time By Johnny Edwards and Mark Niesse http://www.ajc.com/news/news/local-govt-politics/criminal-charges-filed-against-former-dekalb-commi/ng82z/ View Larger Richard Miller 082614 Atlanta: This is a photo copy of an artist rendition of the federal court appearance of DeKalb County Commissioner Elaine Boyer and herContinue reading “DeKalb Commissioners Are On A Criminal Roll!”
http://www.atlantaprogressivenews.com/interspire/news/2012/05/09/3am-home-eviction-in-dekalb-sparks-outrage.html 3am Home Eviction in DeKalb Sparks Outrage Written By: APN STAFF 5-9-2012 By Scott Brown, Special to the Atlanta Progressive News (APN) DEKALB COUNTY — In the early morning hours of Wednesday, May 02, 2012, over twenty deputies from the Dekalb County Sheriff’s Department, under orders from Sheriff Thomas Brown, drilled the locks andContinue reading “DeKalb County Strikes Again!!!”
http://www.dailyreportonline.com/PubArticleFriendlyDRO.jsp?id=1202561653020 Public shut out of Georgia courts R. Robin McDonald Daily Report 07-03-2012 Judges across Georgia are closing courtrooms to the general public, citing as reasons a lack of space and security concerns. They are doing so even though the U.S. Supreme Court in January 2010 vacated a Georgia Supreme Court ruling that had upheldContinue reading “Daily Report: Public shut out of Georgia courts”
DeKalb reports $55 million shortfall for next year By Megan Matteucci The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Facing a $55 million shortfall in next year’s budget, DeKalb County commissioners say they’ll consider layoffs, fire station consolidations and cuts in services to offset the lost revenue. Commissioners learned on Friday that pension troubles, insurance increases and further erosion ofContinue reading “Good Ole’ DeKalb County, Apparently Screws the Pooch Again”