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Artist spearheads neighborhood

Artist spearheads neighborhood “good trouble” mural honoring John Lewis

September 15, 2020

A mural honoring John Lewis now covers the wall where Lockwood Terrace and Grove Street merge in Decatur. Margot Ecke, a Dekalb-area artist and Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) professor, spearheaded the mural and leveraged her design skills to lead the neighborhood of Decatur Heights in collaborating, producing and funding it. 

3ten Exclusive: SGA Members Announced

3ten Exclusive: SGA Members Announced

September 15, 2020

Voting for new members of SGA ended earlier today Sept 15, 2020, after advisement. The results of...

DHS Administration implements new guidelines for online avatars

DHS Administration implements new guidelines for online avatars

September 12, 2020

The Decatur High School administration sets guidelines for students to follow when creating and changing their online avatars.

Artists paint uplifting message to the Black community on electrical box

Artists paint uplifting message to the Black community on electrical box

September 2, 2020

After five days of painting through the intense blaze of the sun and unpredictable rain, Dekalb-area artists Lori Smith and Jordyn Walker made their final touches to a mural uplifting the Black community on an electrical box on Monday before it’s unveiling Tuesday at 7 p.m.  

Decatur Education Foundation hosts online Tour deCatur

Decatur Education Foundation hosts online Tour deCatur

April 28, 2020

Gail Rothman, the Executive Director of the Decatur Education Foundation (DEF), announced on Mar. 12 the cancellation of the outdoor Tour deCatur, which was scheduled to happen on Mar. 14. Instead, the DEF is sponsoring a virtual version of the annual Tour deCatur, which will take place all during the month of April due to COVID-19 complications. 

Bloomberg sets up campaign office in Decatur, but efforts fail

Bloomberg sets up campaign office in Decatur, but efforts fail

March 14, 2020

As the presidential primary elections approach in Georgia on March 24, former candidate Mike Bloomberg attempted to expand his reach by setting up a campaign office in downtown Decatur, neighboring Fleet Feet Sports and Dancing Goats Coffee Bar. Despite his efforts, Bloomberg dropped out of the presidential race on March 4. 

Save the Date: Us and the 2020 Strategic Plan

Save the Date: Us and the 2020 Strategic Plan

March 9, 2020

Update: This event, along with other Strategic Plan Roundtables the week of March 26, has been cancele...

Photo Courtesy of Joe Lee

Decatur students win at the Regional Career Competition

March 3, 2020

On Feb. 26, Decatur students won two gold, two silver, and a bronze medal at The Jobs for Georgia Career ...

UPDATE: SGA holds voter registration drive at Decatur

UPDATE: SGA holds voter registration drive at Decatur

February 13, 2020

During all lunches on Feb. 14, the Student Government Association (SGA) will host a voter registration drive to assist eligible students in the voting process.

Students stood in front of the gazebo for the protest.

Decatur students protest for 100% renewable energy

February 3, 2020

On Jan. 23, 2020, Decatur High School students led a climate protest for Decatur to switch to 100% renewable energy. The students met at the Decatur Square and marched to the 2020 Decatur Strategic Planning Meeting to advocate for Decatur to rely on 100% renewable energy.

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