With the scheduled Aug. 1 opening of the Audia International Plant in Noble, several citizens of the community are concerned with the construction and the impact the plastics manufacturer could have on the community.
After receiving complaints on how some city of Chickamauga employees drive, the city is partnering with Fleetmatics Inc. to manage employees’ driving habits.
Chickamauga Lions Club Golf Tournament raises money for Georgia Lions Lighthouse
The Chickamauga Lions Club Golf Tournament welcomed 21 golfers to Battlefield Golf Course for a day of fun that raised funds for the pediatric hearing aid program at Georgia Lions Lighthouse in Atlanta.
After seeing a need for local school children and families to have convenient access to health care, Primary Health Care Center began opening school-based health clinics across Northwest Georgia.
To those who knew him, Howard German lived the Lions’ motto: “We serve.”
Southern style is meeting French flair in Rock Spring at the newly opened Lytle Barn.
Local business owners Wes and Kelia Williams work in low-income housing, trailer parks, apartments and car dealerships. They noticed the children around them needed things, so they started collecting coats, shoes and school supplies.
Rossville metal artist Ron Fillers prefers the title “inventor.” Using a welding helmet, face shield and gloves, he cuts out his creations with a MIG Welder and a Hobart plasma cutter, turning steel into art.
In May 2014, Flintstone’s April O’Shields took an antibiotic prescribed for her sinus infection. Then, her organs started shutting down.
The city of Rossville is vying for a Community Development Block Grant to repair city sewers.
Walker County Schools also delivers free meals in the summertime. Lunches are served between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. throughout the week at more than 20 standing sites and more than 30 temporary sites.
Walker County Schools will pursue a Strategic Waivers System governance structure, Superintendent Damon Raines announced at last week’s school board meeting.
The North Georgia YMCA has big summer plans. In addition to serving more than 20,000 meals through its Y Without Walls program, the Y is launching Mobile Fit in conjunction with its popular summer feeding program, which serves about 500 meals a day.
The price of lunch for Walker County public school students is going up again.
Last June, Walker County Sheriff’s Office lost its K-9 officer, Tanja, to a bulletwound. This June, a collection of local organizations is working to make sure that doesn’t happen again.