The city of LaFayette is looking to increase its presence online.
Gordon Lee Memorial High School has a new award-winning football coach. Well, not new per se.
The Family Crisis Center’s inaugural “A Night at the Oscars” mystery dinner fundraiser was a huge success, organizers say.
The crack of a bat and the ball is in the air. Sounds familiar. But there is a big difference.
Holistic Health Coach Rebecca Hamilton is a rare find for Northwest Georgia.
Catoosa County officials aren’t sure Hutcheson Medical Center can be saved.
Chickamauga’s Levi Mitchell, 5, likes to ride his bicycle and read Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle books. His favorite food is pepperoni and cheese pizza. His favorite superhero, Batman.
LaFayette’s Queen City Bistro is adding “ambiance” to the downtown LaFayette Square.
God has worked miracles in Jaden Maxwell’s life, he says.
With a deadline to pay millions of dollars looming, Walker County missed a chance to buy more time.
As shooters took aim at bull’s-eye targets, Rossville’s VFW Post 3679 was aiming to help area veterans.
On Nov. 30, 2010, Tammy Davis, then a rookie detective with the Fort Oglethorpe Police Department, and Detective Johnny Lanham were assigned a case of theft by conversion.
Brine — and social media — have saved the city of Rossville from hazardous icy road conditions this winter.
The city of Chickamauga is considering cutting ties with Comcast over a past-due bill.
Post 3679 Service Officer Larry Hester is hoping to partner with Hutcheson Medical Center to dedicate an entire floor to the care of veterans.