Cruise the Square in downtown LaFayette is sure to draw a crowd for the show cars lining the city’s streets Saturday, May 4 from 5-9 p.m.
Cedar Grove Community Club is making plans to draw in some of the estimated 30,000 tourists and 10,000 re-enactors expected to visit McLemore’s Cove for the upcoming 150th anniversary of the Battle of Chickamauga.
There is one local class with a zero dropout rate: Live Fit 6X.
The LaFayette Downtown Development Authority is in search of local residents to join committees.
Gordon Lee Memorial High School may be making state history this school year for the most state sports-championship wins in one year.
Walker County’s restoration efforts at Mountain Cove Farms are wrapping up.
The community of Hinkle is in the process of getting a new fire station, but it won’t be until later this year that plans move forward with its construction.
It’s not too late to voice concerns on local issues like the library, Hutcheson Medical Center or the possibility of adding liquor by the drink and Sunday alcohol sales to the ballot in November.
Locals recently had the opportunity to weigh in on a 16-county strategic plan called Thrive 2055 that includes a large portion of Northwest Georgia.
The Chickamauga Lions Club is bringing back Down Home Days for its 41st year of celebrating the arts, food and music of the area.
In conjunction with Down Home Days Saturday, May 4, the Friends of the Gordon-Lee Mansion will drive guests for free by golf cart from downtown Chickamauga to the mansion’s grounds for spring tours.
Galleries on Gordon in downtown Chickamauga is celebrating 10 years in business April 27.
Many people don’t live to be 93. LaFayette resident Lidabell Beagles is not only alive and well, she’s keeping her love of music alive as well.
Walker County Schools students at Naomi, Rock Spring and Stone Creek Elementary schools had more than just breakfast to start their day off right as they took the CRCT April 15-19. They had volunteer dads encouraging them to do their best on the competency test through the Dads and Doors program.
Sunday alcohol sales and liquor by the drink could be on the Walker County ballot this November.