Posts filed under "Tucker"

City of Tucker conducting Transportation Master Plan Survey

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 20, 2018

The city of Tucker wants people to participate in a Transportation Master Plan Survey. “The city of Tucker has contracted with a team of consultants to examine the current state of transportation in the city and come up with a plan for the future,” the city announced. “There are opportunities and challenges that are being […]

Tucker Brewing Company hosting Tucktoberfest on Sept. 22

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 19, 2018

The Tucker Brewing company is hosting an event to coincide with Oktoberfest in Munich. Tucktoberfest will be held Sept. 22 at the brewery, located at 2003 South Bibb Drive, Tucker, Georgia 30084. Tickets are $30 and includes admission and four half-liter (or two one liter) draft beers. To purchase tickets click here. Part of the proceeds […]

DeKalb County Animal Services offering free dog leashes to pet owners

Posted by Ellie Ritter September 17, 2018

DeKalb County Animal Services and Enforcement is currently offering free dog leashes to pet owners in an effort to reduce the number of stray and roaming dogs, according to a county press release. Each month, Animal Services receives approximately 1,000 calls for service, with 80 percent of those calls relating to stray and roaming animals, […]

The Decaturish Podcast talks about effort to expand rights for crime victims in Georgia

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 14, 2018

When voters in Georgia go to the polls on Nov. 6, they won’t be voting for just the governor and their congressional representatives. They’ll also have the opportunity to amend the state’s constitution to give specific rights to crime victims, known as Amendment 4, the Marsy’s Law amendment. Under the amendment, victims of felony crimes […]

State of Emergency Declared as Hurricane Florence Bears Down, local schools monitoring situation

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 12, 2018

Governor Nathan Deal has declared a State of Emergency across the state as Hurricane Florence prepares to make landfall. Although Atlanta is not expected to take the brunt of the damage, residents should still be concerned about the impact of high winds and heavy rain. For more information about the storm, read the full story […]

Editor’s note: The future of Decaturish and Atlanta Loop

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 12, 2018

Dear readers, Two years ago Decaturish launched a sibling website, Atlantaloop.com. A problem quickly arose. There’s not two of me and Decaturish is already a full time job. Decaturish has continued to grow as a business and the demands on my time and attention have grown as a result. I could not give Atlanta Loop the […]

Another positive rabies case reported in DeKalb County

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 11, 2018

DeKalb County says it has confirmed another reported case of rabies. “On Sept. 1, 2018, a raccoon was captured in the 1100 block of North Carter Road and later tested positive for rabies,” a press release from the county says. “This year, there have been 12 positive raccoon rabies incidents in the county including Dunwoody, […]

New comic book and gaming store opening in Tucker

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 6, 2018

This story has been updated.  A new comic book and gaming store will open in Tucker this December. Infinite Realities: Comics, Games & More, is owned by Chris Brennaman and Brandon Mealor. It will be located at 5007 LaVista Road, across from Tucker High School. The news was first reported by Tomorrow’s News Today. “We want to be […]

More than a dozen schools could be affected by DeKalb County Schools redistricting

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 6, 2018

Hundreds of students could potentially be affected by a proposed redistricting in DeKalb County Schools. The school system has announced its intention to balance enrollment for John Lewis Elementary School and the Druid Hills cluster of schools. Here’s a list of the schools that could be affected and the meetings planned to discuss the redistricting […]

BlueTarp Brewing leaving Decatur for Tucker, will share space with High Card Brewing

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 29, 2018

BlueTarp Brewing, which launched in Decatur in 2012, will be moving to Tucker and will share space with another beer maker, High Card Brewing. One of the owners of High Card confirmed the news  to Decaturish. The story was first reported by Tomorrow’s News Today. BlueTarp is currently located at 731 E College Ave. Decatur, GA […]

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