In less time than it takes to watch your favorite TV show, a person dies from a prescription drug overdose.
With the final frost of winter long gone, it’s time to get the garden and yard ready to bloom. Randall Stamps, assistant manager of Holcomb Garden Center in Fort Oglethorpe, lists a few things to keep in mind as the season develops. Beyond just making sure you water your plants in the morning before it gets too hot, these tips will take your garden to the next level, he said.
Every child, every day, without exception.
It could be said that Hershel Anderson has the most accurate aim of anyone in the United States. He holds the national record in bull’s-eye shooting for hitting 159 out of 270 shots fired, garnering him 2,680 out of 2,700 possible points in the annual National Rifle and Pistol Matches.
You may find Iron Fist shoes and Sourpuss clothing in the closet of a punk rocker, but you’ll definitely find it at Vintage Gypsy, a newly opened apparel and home goods store in Fort Oglethorpe.
The $3 million project to revamp LaFayette Road is hitting road blocks before even starting.
After 16 months of being short a council member, the Fort Oglethorpe City Council may soon have all its seats filled.
Passpointe Engineering and landscape architect Greta DeMayo have been picked to lead the effort of turning Ringgold Recreation Complex into a park.
Dailey Hill Cemetery is going on lockdown.
Racing in BMX races from age 6 to 18, Ringgold Power Sport owner Bonnie Wagner found her love of outdoor sports early on.
Some people collect stamps. Some collect wine. Comic books, coins — the list goes on. Ringgold resident Jane Heavener collects memories.
Midnight snacks … for the soul? The Rev. Carroll Allen, pastor of Ringgold Church of God, is beginning a midnight church service for people who, for whatever reason, have difficulties making it to the two traditional services on Sunday and one on Wednesday night.
Hutcheson Medical Center has more than $60 million in debt that it hasn’t figured out how to repay — but that hasn’t stopped the publicly owned Fort Oglethorpe-based hospital from growing.
Every 38 seconds, someone is diagnosed with dementia.
It might just be $1.50, but it adds up.