Bringing tropical tunes and cups of shaved ice everywhere it stops, Kona Ice is introducing Walker and Catoosa counties to its distinctive blend of entertainment and gourmet frozen treats. The Kona Ice experience is unlike any other in the area.
Dozens of companies with a household name have been started with a great idea and a little seed money. If you have a winning concept, the Walker County Chamber of Commerce wants to hear from you.
Although there were no failing scores, several restaurants in Walker and Catoosa counties scored poorly on their health inspections during the second half of July.
Spencer Hogg has joined the Northwest Georgia Joint Development Authority as the economic development project manager.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 6, at Erlanger’s latest Express Care, Primary Care and Physical Therapy in Ringgold featured a large attendance and support from area residents and Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce representatives.
CHI Memorial Medical Group welcomes Dr. Eric Betts to CHI Memorial Family Practice Associates-Chickamauga and CHI Memorial Family Practice Associates-LaFayette.
In a continuing effort to provide more access and expand healthcare services to North Georgia residents, Erlanger officials have announced the opening of a new Erlanger Express Care on Aug. 7 in Ringgold.
Author Mark Hughes will be presenting and signing his new release book, “Confederate Soldiers in the American Civil War.”
The city of Chattanooga has filed a federal lawsuit alleging Walker County Water and Sewerage Authority has breached its 2016 wastewater contract.
Rossville resident Andrew J. McGarvey, a Modern Woodmen of America representative, has attained the Fraternal Insurance Counselor (FIC) designation. The FIC title is an educational designation that can be earned by career life insurance representatives associated with fraternal insurance soc…
Every year, the Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce conducts a leadership academy called Leadership Catoosa. Up to 25 individuals, all of whom have been nominated by Chamber members, go through an intense course to get to know Catoosa County in a way and at a level few ever will.
Georgia Gov. Brian P. Kemp announced Thursday, June 20, that GE Appliances (GEA), a Haier company, is significantly expanding its operations in Georgia through three significant investment and job growth initiatives in the state, including Walker County.
LaFayette High School graduate Robert James Sievers was awarded North Georgia Electric Membership Corporation’s (NGEMC) 2019 Howard Baker Memorial Scholarship for Walker County. Sievers plans to major in biomedical engineering at Mercer University.
Heritage High School graduate Saulye Nichols was awarded North Georgia Electric Membership Corp.’s 2019 Howard Baker Memorial Scholarship for Catoosa County. Nichols will attend Georgia Institute of Technology this fall.
In its busiest April ever, the Georgia Ports Authority moved 364,481 twenty-foot equivalent container units, pushing its fiscal year-to-date totals to 3.7 million TEUs, an increase of 8.7 percent (300,815 TEUs) compared to the same period in FY2018.
On Thursday, May 16, more than 200 people gathered at The Colonnade in Ringgold for the annual Catoosa County Public Schools (CCPS) Partnership Luncheon. Volunteers, businesses and organizations that partner to help students and teachers in the school system were recognized with plaques and …
Walker County restaurants did well for the week of April 24 to May 1, with four perfect scores and four scores between 90 and 100. There was one Walker County establishment that scored between 70 and 80.
Walker County restaurants scored well for the week of April 18-24, with three restaurants scoring above 80 and one earning a perfect score. Catoosa County had one restaurant earn a perfect score, with two others scoring above 90 and one scoring between 80 and 90.
For the week of April 11-17, all five restaurants inspected in Walker County scored between 90 and 99. Three restaurants in Catoosa County earned perfect scores, while five restaurants scored between 90 and 99. Only three Catoosa County restaurants scored between 80 and 89, and one scored be…
From the front, the old Peerless Woolen Mills in Rossville looks on the hopeless side — old brick blackened in many spots, dirty broken windows, dilapidated fencing — but deeper into the huge complex there is life and it’s growing.
For the weeks of March 16-31, Walker and Catoosa County restaurants/hotels earned a combined ten 100 scores. There were no failing restaurants/hotels in either county. Local elementary schools had a good showing, with each school inspected scoring a 100.
Imagine winning a 15-minute grocery shopping spree – whatever (almost) you can fit in your cart in a quarter of an hour. Part of the grand opening celebration of the Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union branch in the new Food City on U.S. Highway 41 in Ringgold included a drawing for just t…
Alfa Insurance Agent Tyler Williams of Ringgold was recently honored with the 2018 Top Auto Producer Award for Georgia during the company's annual awards ceremony.
CEO and Chairman of the Board Bill Chapin of See Rock City Inc. was honored by Southeast Tourism Society with the Dorothy Hardman Spirit of STS Award at the annual Shining Example Awards in Daytona Beach, Fla., on March 20. This particular award honored a recipient whose devotion to the indu…
CHI Memorial Women’s Health Associates is expanding, opening a second office in North Georgia to provide the community with access to specialists close to home.