Catoosa County will spend an extra $50,000 on its courthouse renovations.
Fort Oglethorpe officials are looking to mitigate traffic woes at the intersection of Cross Street and Cloud Springs Road.
The Jan. 19 open house for the new Walmart Neighborhood Market in Fort Oglethorpe was packed with employees and their family, friends and city officials. The store opened for business Jan. 21.
In operation for 15 years, Classie Dawg Grooming continues to grow and add new services.
Driving a hot-red Ferrari at 110 miles per hour is a day in the life of Ringgold actor Zach Sale.
Catoosa County has decided to pay the piper for the millions of dollars it backed Hutcheson Medical Center.
The much-debated digital sign in downtown Ringgold will be removed within one year and a digital sign committee will be appointed to raise the funding to relocate it — if Ringold City Council’s vote is acceptable.
Fort Oglethorpe Police Department and Fort Oglethorpe City Hall recently celebrated National Law Enforcement Day.
Above the Ridge owners Brandon Shirey and his wife Nina Shirey are settling into their new home in Ringgold after moving from Virginia Beach this fall.
The Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce is launching the Catoosa Women’s Network.
Fort Oglethorpe’s new Walmart Neighborhood Market is hosting its grand opening Wednesday, Jan. 21.
The Cottage Thrift Store started the new year in a new location on Mission Ridge Road in the Bi-Lo Shopping Center in Rossville.
Ringgold Downtown Development Authority will begin taking applications for facade grants Jan. 20.
A grassroots athletic association in eastern Catoosa County can continue with the blessing of the County Commission.
Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School art teacher Wendy Morgan dreams of the day when she can have a studio space large enough for art stations for her 91 LFO art students. In the meantime, she is hosting community art classes to raise the money.