DeKalb commissioner says scheduled town hall meeting will go on without Lee May
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DeKalb restaurants offer vegan versions of classic comfort food
by Christine Fonville
September 29, 2015 11:33 AM | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend
Vegetarians and vegans may have a harder time finding a good meal while dining out, but in DeKalb County, restaurants and cafes are offering items like burgers, pastries and even milkshakes made for customers who choose to avoid meat and dairy. At Go Vegetarian Restaurant, 2179 Lawrenceville Hwy. in Decatur, owner Fran Revel and manager David Israel said their vegan kitchen offers much more than vegetables. “The concept of Go Vegetarian is to create a transitional space for people w...
DeKalb citizens talk reform, demand CEO resignation at town hall meeting
About 100 DeKalb County citizens, commissioners and media showed up to interim CEO Lee May’s town hall meeting Thursday evening—however, May was not in attendance. “I heard [May] didn’t want to com...
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DeKalb corruption report reveals 'widespread misconduct'
A special investigations report into DeKalb County government has revealed “a pattern of corrosive and widespread misconduct” according to a document published Wednesday. The forty page document li...
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Common Core Math
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Should Georgia ditch Common Core Math like Missouri, Maine and Ohio?