LaFayette High School senior Caleb Henry may have a solution to the continuing struggle over the Tennessee River’s water.
The Chickamauga Lions Club is bringing back Down Home Days May 3.
Heritage High School junior Dinah Carlton and sophomore Jared Burns are two of 12 students selected to attend the third annual Environmental Summit April 28-29 being hosted by Rock City, Ruby Falls and Chattanooga Coca-Cola.
More than 170 runners are expected to enter the third annual Whitfield Oil Trojan Run Saturday, April 26.
The Easter Bunny found his way to children at Children’s Hospital at Erlanger and Children’s Home/Chambliss Shelter thanks to the help of Lakeview Middle School students and residents of Rosewood Assisted Living in Fort Oglethorpe.
Kids 4 Christ leaders and children feel like they are wandering through the desert looking for an oasis to call home, similar to Abraham’s call to pack up and move, as told in Genesis 13, said K4C founder/Director Gail Marks.
Ready. Aim. Fire.
Catoosa County residents can bring their pets for cheap rabies shots Saturday, April 26 and May 3.
Working as a floral designer for the past 25 years, the Flower Cart manager Charlotte Hickman has seen her share of happiness. And sadness.
Rock Spring Elementary School principal Kandy Gilstrap donned a superhero outfit a month ago to reward students for good grades. As the school gears up for the county’s superhero-themed Relay for Life cancer benefit, she is again calling on her superhero powers.
Walker County Schools is adding five new Blue Bird buses to its fleet soon.
Johnny Cash played in a benefit to help LaFayette High School in 1970.
A large black wrestling ring towers above the crowd of 450 cheering fans.
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.
Every child, every day, without exception.
BRA-VO! A Fashion Show celebrating life after breast cancer took the Track29 stage by storm April 6.
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.
The $3 million project to revamp LaFayette Road is hitting road blocks before even starting.
Click, shop, help. Every purchase made through Angie’s Gifts in Rossville helps local children.
LaFayette McDonald’s Relay for Life McNight of Hope brought out the superhero in local school administrators and teachers.
Passpointe Engineering and landscape architect Greta DeMayo have been picked to lead the effort of turning Ringgold Recreation Complex into a park.
What does a $1,350 prize-winning essay look like? A local Chattanooga Valley Middle School student knows, because he wrote one.
Something old, something new. Something borrowed, something blue … and yellow, purple, lime green, orange and red.
Some people collect stamps. Some collect wine. Comic books, coins — the list goes on. Ringgold resident Jane Heavener collects memories.
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.
Rossville’s VFW 3679 Post welcomes 100-plus bingo players, both veterans and civilians, weekly on Sunday and Monday nights.
Rossville City Council is applying for a $500,000 Community Development Block Grant to rehab sewers on the north end of the city.
While sitting in the North LaFayette Elementary School cafeteria, 8-year-old Skye Smith began choking on nachos.
Lorena “Sweet Pea” Weaver dances, exercises and likes to stay on the go … at age 99.
Walking into the Chow House is like taking a step back in time to a western-movie set.
Every 38 seconds, someone is diagnosed with dementia.
Students often gather around Advanced Placement chemistry teacher Jack Leather at lunchtime or during breaks. Similar to Einstein, he seizes every moment as a teaching opportunity.
It might just be $1.50, but it adds up.
When Rossville Middle School students return from spring break, they will have access to three mobile computer labs of 30 iPad Minis each; one lab for each grade.
Three lives could’ve easily been lost. Instead, three are being honored.
Historic Southern cities like Savannah and Charleston greet entering motorists, cyclists and pedestrians with beautiful trees, flowers and plants. Chickamauga City Manager Micheal Haney plans to create a similar look for the approximate 100-yard entrance to historic Chickamauga.
Rossville Middle School is launching a TVA-sponsored Lego Robotics program this month. TVA officials visited RMS this week to donate money and supplies to help kickstart the program.
Friday nights. Ringside action. Headlocks. Slams.
Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School College and Career Fair recently welcomed local and regional businesses, colleges and military recruiters.
Rossville’s VFW Post 3679 welcomes 100-plus bingo players, both veterans and civilians, weekly on Sunday and Monday nights.
Quilts sewn with love are passed down from generation to generation.
The audience members can’t help themselves. Some clap while others snap. The ground reverberates with their tapping feet.
The diners looked up, startled, as the train they had just disembarked from to have breakfast sputtered to life and chugged out of the station — without even the crew, who was dining with them.
With Northwest Georgia’s unemployment rate at 7.2 percent — higher than the national rate of 6.6 percent —the Walker County Civic Center is hosting the Northwest Georgia Career Expo Thursday, March 20.
One hundred new cancer cases are diagnosed every six months at Battlefield Imaging at Hutcheson on the Parkway in Ringgold.
Eighteen businesses are already enrolled in LaFayette’s recently unveiled Buy-a-Banner program, and seven more are expected to enroll soon.
“Scattered,” “chunked” and “covered” are words typically heard at Waffle House. But at the Fort Oglethorpe location, they often take on a different meaning.
Like many who spend the weekend catching up on things, Catoosa County public school students will spend two additional days on instruction next year.
See Rock City Attractions President Susan Harris is sharing the secret to a successful business model.