Residents of Fort Oglethorpe can expect to pay a little more when they open their next combined water and sewer bill.
Every Wednesday, a small group rides the elevator up to the 13th floor of the First Tennessee building.
Don’t bother buying a birthday present. Misty Anderson doesn’t want them.
Belvoir Christian Academy is expecting.
Things are a little different in the South.
After uncertainty about the program’s future last June and doubled rider fees that took effect Jan. 1, Walker County Transit has been renewed for another year.
Residents in Walker County may have approved liquor by the drink, but they can’t yet enjoy the result of their vote.
A much loved member of the community will soon return to Fort Oglethorpe.
The sound of a live mariachi band and the smell of fresh quesadillas will fill the air in Highland Park Saturday, June 14.
If you think one game of bridge is long — about three and a half hours — try playing three back-to-back-to-back-to-back.