The Sunrise Report: T’was the weekend before Christmas

I know it seems like it should still be April or May, but we’ve arrived at the weekend before Christmas. It is a time for Christmas traditions and family. The daily headlines probably aren’t at the top of your list of priorities,

Here’s how your kids can track Santa this year

The North American Aerospace Defense Command is celebrating the 65th Anniversary of tracking Santa’s yuletide journey around the globe. The NORAD Tracks Santa website,, launching Dec. 1, features Santa’s North Pole Village, which includes a holiday countdown, games, movie theater, holiday

Pike Nurseries offers Christmas tree delivery service

If you want a live Christmas tree this year, but don’t want to risk exposure to coronavirus, Pike Nurseries has a solution. The company is offering a Christmas tree delivery service this year. This year, Pike is delivering Christmas convenience to customers’

DeKalb County tree lighting to continue despite coronavirus

DECATUR — DeKalb County’s tree lighting event will continue despite the COVID-19 pandemic, but will be socially distanced. DeKalb County Commissioner Larry Johnson will host the 13th annual tree lighting event, Tuesday, December 1 at 6:30 p.m. at Porter Sanford, III Performing

Dunwoody plans a lineup of both in-person and virtual holiday events

Discover Dunwoody today announced a lineup of events and activities that will help both locals and visitors celebrate the most wonderful time of the year. A premier hub for holiday shopping and dining just 10 miles north of Atlanta, the destination will transform into

How to prevent package pirates, and other holiday tips

As we enter the holidays during a pandemic, local law enforcement officials are reminding residents that criminals may see the increased shipping the pandemic will bring as an invitation to steal packages from doorsteps. Law enforcement expects thefts of packages to be

Is Georgia heading for a very COVID Christmas?

A top public-health expert in Atlanta is calling for Georgians to double down on social distancing and cities to impose mask mandates amid a surge in COVID-19 infections ahead of the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Dr. Carlos del Rio, a leading Emory