Pascal is a tri-colored Aussie mix.
The Catoosa County School Board is dealing with a math problem — it needs more money.
Jessie is a black and white male Labrador Retriever mix.
With the city of Fort Oglethorpe facing multiple lawsuits, the City Council has decided to up the ante with record keeping when it comes to court-related documents.
Out of the 18,000 law enforcement agencies across the United State eligible for accreditation, the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office has joined the less than 1,000 agencies that have received the designation.
First it was Soak Ya, now Catoosa County is gaining another water attraction.
For Father’s Day, the bakers of Sunshine Bakery in Fort Oglethorpe are creating specialty grill-shaped cakes, camouflage cakes and cupcakes with frosting made to look like tools on top. In celebration of “Duck Dynasty” one style of camouflage cake says “Happy Happy Happy.”
Driving down LaFayette Road in Fort Oglethorpe, motorists can catch a glimpse of World War II, Vietnam and Korean War military vehicles parked in the former McDonald’s Restaurant parking lot. History Company owner Louis Varnell, of Flintstone, is putting the finishing touches on the Southeast Veterans Museum in the back of his store, which is located there.
North Georgia YMCA is ramping up its USDA-based Summer Food Service Program at nine sites in Walker and Catoosa counties.
Walker County resident and state Sen. Jeff Mullis isn’t shy about economic development.
Though Ringgold Codes Enforcement Officer Greg Boss is still getting familiar with his new territory, he is hitting the ground running. He is currently tracking 20 codes violations.
Lakeview resident Bill Lowery never had a mandolin lesson, but you wouldn’t know it. You also might not believe it — he has performed at the Grand Ole Opry in addition to countless venues locally and has racked up many noteworthy awards.
Henry is a brown, white and black Bassett mix.
The city of Fort Oglethorpe is losing water — around 12 million to 16 million gallons a month.
Cynthia Lawson is getting her swimsuit, flip flops and straw hat ready. She manages the cafeteria at Stone Creek Elementary School throughout the school year, but she isn’t going on vacation. She’s going to work.