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Fear Engineers opens Demise Haunted House at Winner’s Circle in Fort Oglethorpe

Fear Engineers is setting up scary scenes inside the all-new Demise Haunted House at Winner’s Circle.

Imagine That!

Local business turns kids’ dreams into realities

Rossville-based business Imagine That! Playhouses LLC ships fun creations all over the United States to clients.

Ringgold City Council denies committee’s recommendation, votes to put digital sign decision in city CVB’s hands

Despite the Ringgold Digital Sign Committee’s unanimous recommendation to City Council that the sign be put in front of First Tennessee Bank at 5038 Alabama Highway, that move is in limbo.

Partners Educating Georgia’s Future Workforce event a success

Partners Educating Georgia’s Future Workforce through the Georgia Department of Education is hosting events throughout Georgia, starting with a successful one at Heritage High School.

Revenue bumps have little effect on fiscal 2016 budgets

Both Catoosa County and Fort Oglethorpe are seeing increases in their revenues, but for different reasons.

Big Fat Fundraiser Oct. 15 benefits local missions

United Methodist Women of LaFayette UMC invite local women and their best friends to its Big Fat Fundraiser.

Phibbs Bar hosts Back Road Riders sight benefit Oct. 10

The Back Road Riders invite the community to come out to Phibbs Bar and Grill in Rock Spring Oct. 10 for a benefit to help restore Lisa “Peanut” Lovelady’s eyesight. The event runs from 3 p.m. to 1 a.m., during which time people can make a donation to the Lovelady family.

Empty Bowls for RMS to help feed local students in need

Ridgeland High School art students, local teachers and volunteers are creating 150 ceramic bowls to sell at the Empty Bowls for Rossville Middle School fundraiser.

Chickamauga passes ordinances to regulate local pawnbrokers

The Chickamauga City Council recently adopted two ordinances to regulate pawn broker transactions in the city.

LaFayette, Rossville OK budgets without tax increases

The cities of LaFayette and Rossville began fiscal year 2015/16, which started Oct. 1, with increased budgets, but no tax increases. LaFayette

Traci Lynn consultants host Unite for the Fight 2k on Oct. 3

Maronica Tibbs, an independent consultant for Traci Lynn Jewelry, describes the relationship between her fellow consultants as a sisterhood — a community.

Epikos expands to second location

Henry Flood’s love of comic books and graphic novels developed at a young age, when he hated reading and his mother was looking for new ways to pique his interests.

Punkin Fest signals start of fall in Soddy-Daisy

As the days begin to get cooler and fall officially begins, in the Soddy-Daisy community this means it is time for Punkin Fest. Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 942 is partnering with the city to hold the seventh annual event at North Park Saturday, Oct. 3 from 10 a.m. until the fun stops.

Red Bank considers stepping up codes enforcement

The city of Red Bank is investigating the possibility of establishing an administrative hearing officer to deal with codes violations within city limits.

Grace student aims to buy iPods for seniors

Alzheimer’s patients deserve more music therapy opportunities, high school senior says

For seniors suffering from Alzheimer’s, music therapy can make a big difference. And, although iPods may not be the first gift to come to mind for the senior community, the musical device is exactly what many Morning Pointe residents would love to have, said volunteer Tori Heyworth.

Bark in the Park raising funds for dog park improvements

Animal lovers across Chattanooga are invited to the eighth annual Bark in the Park event to raise funds to support the off-leash dog park at Heritage Park.

CHI Memorial offers free smoking cessation course

With nearly 400,000 deaths a year linked to tobacco, it is the leading cause of preventable death, according to the American Lung Association.

Highway 58 sidewalk project sees progress

By the end of the year, walking and biking down a busy, seven-lane stretch of Highway 58 will be more practical — and safe.

All Sewn Up

Group keeps embroidery arts alive

For the past 13 years, members of the Riverbend Smocking and Embroidery Guild have been gathering to share their skills and support the embroidery arts.

Broken guitar strings turn into business

While performing on the Walnut Street Bridge, Rossville, Ga., resident Jeff Anderson never imagined where his three broken guitar strings would take him.


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