Fort Oglethorpe’s Copy Cafe copies, prints, packs and ships from its new location at 1122 Battlefield Parkway, across from the Chick-fil-A.
The year 2026 — that is when the kindergartners Catoosa County Schools Superintendent Denia Reese visited recently at Woodstation Elementary will graduate.
Dragging Canoe, a preeminent war leader of the Cherokee in the Southeast, reigned from 1777-1792. He led a series of conflicts known as Chickamauga Wars.
A NASCAR driver’s team.
Boynton Elementary School Chorus is topping the charts lately with its YouTube version of “Listen to the Music.”
Chicken and dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, cranberry sauce, rolls, banana pudding and chocolate or vanilla cake. That’s what Catoosa County Senior Center’s 65 seniors had for their early Thanksgiving meal, courtesy of Catoosa County Commissioner Bobby Winters and his wife Judy, Nov. 20.
Georgia Winery general manager Jesse Taymore is busy stocking the shelves with “Holiday Cheer.”
As many local families are preparing to sit down for a Thanksgiving meal, local officials are already busy preparing for the next big holiday. Fort Oglethorpe and Ringgold have a long tradition of hosting Christmas parades, which are coming up in early December.
Fort Oglethorpe Downtown Development Authority is now identifying 69 vacant city buildings that can be filled through Opportunity Zone status, which the city is in the process of applying for.
The history of Chattanooga is entwined with that of Coca-Cola.