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North Georgia tourism is on the rise

Tourism is rebounding in the state of Georgia. And 6th Cavalry Museum Executive Director Chris McKeever hopes to hop on board — and expand on it locally.

New owner putting mark on All Things Personalized

All Things Personalized in Fort Oglethorpe has a new owner. And he is already busy screen printing ball team uniforms by the hundreds.

Georgia Winery blowing the lid off renovations

In 32 years in business, Georgia Winery’s Tasting Room has seen a lot of use.

GMEA Music Educator of the Year is RHS’ Christian

Ringgold High School Band Director Robin Christian is the top band director in the state of Georgia. Georgia Music Educators Association recognized him for “outstanding merit in teaching by music educators whose service to students, the community and the profession is exemplary.”

RUMC sponsoring school in Haiti, hosting benefit April 20

Belinda Crisman served as principal of Boynton Elementary School for 15 years. Now, she is the coordinator for teacher’s leadership effectiveness and student enrollment for Catoosa County Schools. She also uses her expertise in school administration to help train school teachers in Haiti.

Catoosa to ask Hutcheson Authority for $3.5 million

Hutcheson Medical Center officials have promised to pay Walker County millions, eventually.

Ringgold Police present 2nd annual benefit golf tournament

The Ringgold Police Department is asking for help in solving an issue of a different kind.

Gordy taps into second career with vineyard

While serving in the U.S. Air Force, Lt. Col. Greg Gordy was stationed in the wine region of Germany.

Mayor Barger declares April 2015 ‘World Autism Awareness Month’ in Ringgold

The city of Ringgold is declaring April Autism Awareness Month throughout the city through an official proclamation.

Chamber hosts Rising Professionals Day at Colonnade

As thousands of area employee-hopefuls turned out for the career expo held at The Colonnade, local students got a dose of business etiquette to better prepare them to be job-seekers.

Catoosa State Court delayed until 2016

It will be summer of 2016 before Catoosa County sees the launch of a state court.

Three heroes roam at West Side Elementary

Three young brothers who helped rescue their sister and mother from their burning house in Catoosa County are being recognized as local heroes.

‘A Night at the Oscars’ to become annual event

The Family Crisis Center’s inaugural “A Night at the Oscars” mystery dinner fundraiser was a huge success, organizers say.

Vintage Base Ball League teams at Barnhardt Circle April 4

The crack of a bat and the ball is in the air. Sounds familiar. But there is a big difference.

Catoosa hires Forgey to help with Hutcheson bankruptcy proceedings

Unschooled on the subtleties of hospital finances, Catoosa County officials hired an expensive tutor.