Catoosa County officials are looking to revamp city ordinances that control development within the county.
Steps 2 Hope Executive Director/Founder Mark Wilson says Jason Smith may have lost both legs and suffered significant damage to both arms and hands, but his spirit is still intact. So, the local nonprofit organization is going to help him rebuild his future through the upcoming Jason’s Journey Benefit being held at the Ringgold Depot.
While playing football at the University of Georgia, DJ Shockley found support through the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Rock Spring’s Phibbs Sports Bar and Grill is rolling out the red carpet for Fort Oglethorpe’s Eli McNew, 10. A benefit for Eli is being hosted at Phibbs Saturday, Feb. 28 starting at 7 p.m. The Brody Johnson Band will take the stage at 9 p.m. All $5 entry fees will be donated to Eli for medical care.
Though scheduled to go to court last week, the earliest Catoosa County’s lawsuit against Hutcheson Medical Center’s board of trustees could now be heard is May — if at all.
The Ringgold Convention and Visitor’s Bureau is partnering with the Ringgold Downtown Development Authority.
Tommy Jett’s manager Craig Tyndall is promoting the Tommy Jett Radio Show in Ringgold, and he is looking for local talented musicians like Chickamauga’s own guitarist/vocalist Kyle Veazey, who recently performed on the show live, to be on the show in 2015.
Last week, several community members gave blood for the first time, and some for the first time in years.
Those looking to get healthy this year will find a resource at Fort Oglethorpe’s H and M Herbs.
The Walker and Catoosa county sheriff’s offices are battling it out in blood drives this month.
The Fort Oglethorpe Downtown Development Authority is looking for ways to get the word out about all the good things going on in the city.
It may be cold outside, but things are heating up at Legendairy Ice Cream and Coffee now open in downtown Ringgold.
Zach Morris, 17, can bench press 435 pounds, squat 500 pounds and power clean 300 pounds. That’s not only helped him as a powerhouse defensive end and tackle player on Ringgold High School’s football team, it also helped him land a spot at Duke University.
Even following the most recent vote, Ringgold Mayor Joe Barger is still a little puzzled over the digital-sign debacle in downtown Ringgold. And the saga might not be over yet.
Go Georgia Arts Ringgold Center is taking over 5,000 square feet in downtown Ringgold.