The county’s millage rate isn’t going up, at least not because of Walker County’s recent decision to help out Hutcheson Medical Center.
Within the next six weeks, construction is expected to start on the new East Brainerd Elementary School building, which will be located at East Brainerd Intermediate School’s current campus.
The city of Soddy-Daisy passed a resolution at its May 15 meeting authorizing orders of removal of unruly people from the city’s parks.
“Thank you for providing my family a home when we had no place else to go.”
Three thousand, five hundred — that’s how many trophies the upstairs studio at United Karate in downtown Ringgold holds.
It’s baseball season, but one of Ringgold’s ball fields is in no condition to host games.
In partnership with Walker County, Catoosa is extending a $2.5 million line of credit to Fort Oglethorpe’s Hutcheson Medical Center that should keep it in operation until a leasing agreement with Erlanger Hospital is established.
World War II veteran Magmus Hunziker, of Chickamauga, and his sons Vietnam veterans Gary Hunziker, of Rossville, and Jim Hunziker, of LaFayette, all assisted in hosting the Georgia Vietnam Veterans Alliance Northwest Georgia Chapter 12 of LaFayette free barbecue meal event recently on the chapter grounds.
Just months after being fined $6,000 for 50,000 to 60,000 gallons of raw sewage that spilled into Chattooga Creek, the city of LaFayette is being hit with another state-mandated charge — one that adds two zeroes to that first amount.
While growing up in San Antonio, Texas, Rossville resident Lee Scott longed to see trees in the vast desert area.
“Taste the rainbow” takes on a new meaning at Everett Heritage Farm.
When Collegedale turns 45 this fall, its city planner, Kelly Martin, hopes to be able to present a pretty special birthday gift.
Collegedale City Manager Ted Rogers can mark something off his long to-do list: he’s now self-published.
When Roxanne Martin wanted to try something different, she left the day care business for something a little quieter: a coffee shop.
It happened to Ooltewah and Collegedale and now it’s coming to Apison.
Ooltewah High School freshman AJ Richard doesn’t let nerves get in the way of anything.
When Brandon Maddox attended Riverbend as a kid, he was just learning how to play the guitar. Still, the former Ooltewah resident dreamed of playing a stage at Chattanooga’s favorite festival.
For Yusuf Hakeem, it all started with knocking on doors with his mother as a child. He would tag along with her when she was a voting precinct leader and help people get out of their homes to vote.
Every few minutes, thuds come from a small building behind a home in St. Elmo.
When some people think about school being out for the summer images of vacations, lazy days at the pool and ice cream come to mind.