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Town hall meeting highlights Catoosa’s prevention initiatives

In less time than it takes to watch your favorite TV show, a person dies from a prescription drug overdose.

Meet Your Candidates — Ezra Maize

This is the third in a series of District 7 candidate profiles for the Hamilton County Commission Partisan primaries. Refer to previous coverage at community.timesfreepress.com/news/ooltewah-collegedale.

St. Elmo creek group seeks input from neighborhood

The bank is gone, but the sinkhole is still there, and so are many creeks in the neighborhood.

Sochi Olympian visits local preschool

Shortly after Sochi women’s hockey silver medalist Michelle Picard entered the classroom at Marty’s Center, the preschoolers erupted into a “USA” chant.

Local Toastmasters clubs build public speaking skills

A mayoral candidate running for office in a rural county nearby. A businessman who took on a leadership role in his company. A nurse who recently returned from a trip to Peru.

Spring break summit planned for middle school students

Where you start doesn’t determine where you end.

Annexation legislation welcomed by local group

They’re going into a safety deposit box.

Meet Your Candidates — Brent Lambert

Hamilton County Commission District 8

This is the first in a series of District 8 candidate profiles for the Hamilton County Commission partisan primaries, for which early voting runs April 16-May 1. Each candidate was sent a questionnaire designed to help voters learn more about those running in their district. We will run one per district each week.

Meet your candidates

Phil Smartt, Hamilton County Commission District 7

This is the second in a series of candidate profiles for the Hamilton County Commission partisan primaries. Each candidate was sent a questionnaire designed to help voters learn more about those running in their district.

County plans property tax hike for 2015

When the property tax bill comes in October 2015, Walker County, Ga., residents are going to owe more than they do this year.

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