After a tax increases last year from the school board and the county, Catoosa taxpayers may see a little relief this year.
Success in school starts long before a child enters kindergarten.
Several hundred motorcycles will rev their engines in memory of Jan Blevins during the July 26 joy ride that will honor her legacy.
Formerly located in East Ridge for more than two decades, Blalock’s Gym is settling into its new location in Fort Oglethorpe.
Seventy-nine million Americans — or one in three — have pre-diabetes.
What do you typically do on Monday nights? Chances are it doesn’t involve going to city council meetings.
Jimmy Coppinger began canoeing at age 20 when he ordered his first canoe from a Sears catalogue. Since that time, he has traveled down rivers in Florida and Illinois and locally down the Sequatchie River, the Tennessee River and Sugar Creek.
People escaped to the tropics with the Georgia Winery’s second annual Luau Wine Fest June 28.
Catoosa County has renewed its annual contract that guarantees federal funding for the county’s Transaid program, but county commissioners aren’t sure when they’ll actually get the money.
Motorists in downtown Ringgold may soon see one-way signs for portions of South Depot and Cotter streets.
Hutcheson on the Parkway’s Fuller Cancer Center welcomes all to its Community Health Fair Thursday, July 10 from 4-7 p.m.
Gina Hatler rides her horse Cujo weekly in preparation for the next Nooga Barrel Racing Club race at Doug Yates Farm in Ringgold.
Five thousand doors. That’s how many Battlefield Baptist Church members plan to knock on in Fort Oglethorpe this summer. Called “Taking the Battle to the Battlefield,” the initiative is about the battle to win souls.
Come July 1, the Internet service Catoosa County Public Library provides the community will be five times faster.
Just like the roadway that runs in front of it, Joy Carpet has seen many changes during its 40 years.