Series aims to reduce re-offenders at DeKalb County jail
by Christine Fonville
August 26, 2015 10:44 AM | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend
A new series of classes, designed to change patterns of thought and behavior, as well as impact recidivism, is underway at the DeKalb County Jail and Sheriff Jeff Mann said he is already seeing a great response from inmates. “Since we started the classes in April, we’ve had 180 women participate in the program and our female population is less than 300 inmates,” he said. The series, titled “Options for Living and Learning,” allows inmates to experience positive, social interactions ...
DeKalb Watershed identified source of water billing issue
DeKalb County has uncovered the reason for why a handful of residents in north DeKalb did not receive water bills for services rendered during the last 60 days. Some bills were marked “undeliverabl...
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Shallowford Presbyterian School opens to first-graders
Excitement and emotion filled the halls Aug. 10 at Shallowford Presbyterian School as parents and faculty watched the inaugural class of 12 first graders enter their classroom. Meredith Moseley ser...
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Confederate Flag
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Should the Confederate flag be displayed on government property?