As school starts back this fall, many students in North Hamilton County will be getting to know a new principal as well as their new homeroom teacher.
Opened at the end of May, Debbie’s Desserts and Coffee is a lifelong dream for owner Debbie Warren.
Sylvie Lawrence hears the song “Happy Birthday” more often than most.
Hixson United Methodist Church is embarking on a building project that will add 28,000 square feet to its current facility on Old Hixson Pike.
The town of Walden is in limbo when it comes to its fiscal year 2013-2014 budget.
Warm weather means more nature lovers on the trails around Signal Mountain and Walden. In turn, this invariably means more accidents, injuries and the need for local emergency services, said Andrew Fisher, a longtime volunteer with Waldens Ridge Emergency Services.
Donna Shearer, founder of the nonprofit organization Save Georgia’s Hemlocks, is coming to Bachman Community Center Saturday, June 22 to lead a free Hemlock Help Clinic and Facilitator Workshop.
In response to demand for learning one of the world’s fastest-growing sports, the MACC is holding its first-ever disc golf camp this summer.
The fate of Hutcheson Medical Center is yet to be determined after Erlanger Health System missed its June 4 deadline for a leasing and management agreement with Hutcheson.
North Georgia YMCA is ramping up its USDA-based Summer Food Service Program at nine sites in Walker and Catoosa counties.
Local residents aren’t so sure about a new fire station going in at the intersection of Lula Lake Road and Highway 157 in the Hinkle community.
The city of Collegedale is moving forward with a budget for fiscal year 2013-2014 that calls for no tax increase. The City Commission unanimously approved the budget on first reading at its most recent meeting.
When school’s out for the summer, reading can be the last thing on kids’ minds. Luckily for many, libraries across East Hamilton have plenty of summer programs to keep both bibliophobes and bibliophiles happy.
Parking, busses and paved roads: three things City Councilman Chris Anderson plans on fixing.
Rauelle Kelly wants to buy her own clothes and be more financially independent.