Posts filed under "Kirkwood"

LifeLine Animal Project offering fee-waived adoption throughout Memorial Day weekend

Posted by Ellie Ritter May 25, 2018

As the Memorial Day holiday kicks off, LifeLine Animal Project is offering a fee-waived Memorial Day adoption promotion throughout the weekend. Between Friday, May 25, and Sunday, May 27, every animal at the shelter may be adopted for no fee, according to LifeLine. The animal will also already be vaccinated, spayed or neutered, microchipped and […]

Hosea + 2nd in East Lake breaks ground on Phase 2

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 23, 2018

Construction of Phase 2 of the Hosea + 2nd development in East Lake is officially underway. “Mike Nelson and Clay Harper, owners of Fellini’s Pizza and La Fonda Latina, and their development partners, Jay Martin and Nathan Bolster of ReDevStudio, announced that they have broken ground at the northeast corner of the growing intersection of […]

Elections: State Reps. Mosby and ‘Coach’ Williams unseated, others officials survive close calls

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 23, 2018

The May 22 primary brought about some surprising results. Two long-time incumbent Democratic state representatives, Howard Mosby and “Coach” Williams, lost their seats. Both men had served since 2003. Mosby was beaten soundly by Becky Evans, a full time local volunteer and mom who pulled in 65 percent of the vote. Williams lost to Viola […]

(PHOTOS) 2018 Kirkwood Spring Fling

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 20, 2018

By Greta Reynolds, contributor  The threat of rain did not spoil the fun of this year’s Kirkwood Spring Fling as multitudes of people enjoyed music, food and some of that famous Kirkwood sangria.     Subscribe to our mailing list to get the latest news from Decaturish! Email Address

The Decaturish Podcast asks, ‘Who the hell am I supposed to vote for?’

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 14, 2018

The May 22 primaries are upon us, and with dozens of races on the ballot, many voters have questions. Who is on my ballot? What kinds of people are they? And how does someone decide how to vote for a judge, exactly? To help us wade through these questions are two of DeKalb County’s brightest […]

Kirkwood Spring Fling & Tour of Homes’ 16th annual event, May 19-20

Posted by Mary Margaret Stewart May 10, 2018

Come out to the 16th annual Kirkwood Spring Fling & Tour of Homes on Saturday, May 19 at Bessie Branham Park, located at 2051 Delano Drive in Atlanta. The festival is family-friendly, and according to a recent press release, “offers a fun-filled opportunity to enjoy the warmth of spring with a 5K run, expanded artist […]

The Decaturish Podcast talks to the Notorious Bill Torpy about Kasim Reed, bike lanes and more

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 8, 2018

Bill Torpy has lots of opinions. If you’re a regular reader of the Atlanta Journal Constitution, you’ve probably read some of them. Torpy pulls no punches. He’s a dogged contrarian who lampoons politicians and questions conventional wisdom. He recently joined Decaturish podcast, which was recorded at the Decatur Library. The music for this week’s podcast […]

Advertiser spotlight – Dementia Spotlight Foundation

Posted by Decaturish.com May 3, 2018

The Decaturish.com Advertiser Spotlight is a regular feature highlighting the businesses and organizations that support local news. If you enjoy being informed about what’s happening in your community, please support the businesses and organizations that advertise with us. They help make what we do possible. To learn more about advertising on Decaturish, contact us at […]

Advertiser spotlight – Huntington Learning Center

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 1, 2018

The Decaturish.com Advertiser Spotlight is a regular feature highlighting the businesses and organizations that support local news. If you enjoy being informed about what’s happening in your community, please support the businesses and organizations that advertise with us. They help make what we do possible. To learn more about advertising on Decaturish, contact us at […]

The Decaturish Podcast asks, ‘What is Greenhaven?’

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt April 30, 2018

Kathryn Rice and Isaac Finley with the Greenhaven cityhood movement joined Decaturish for this week’s podcast. They talked about the proposed city of Greenhaven in South DeKalb and also responded to some of the criticisms of their effort. Music for this week’s podcast was provided by the Bantam Breaks and the podcast was recorded at the Decatur […]

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