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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…

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…

With the boom of motorhome sales comes the demand for convenient and secure recreational vehicle (RV) storage and overnight parking. Local industry leaders John and Karen Hawkins will open a luxury RV park, Hawkins Pointe, this summer. Chattanooga, North Georgia and the surrounding region is…

Custom Healthcare LLC (dba Phoenix Rehab & Mobility) proudly announces a three-year accreditation award in Rehab & Mobility, Prosthetics, Orthotics and Pedorthetics by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics & Pedorthics, Inc. (ABC).

When a business joins the Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce, it is presented with a large “Key to the Chamber” at its membership ribbon-cutting. The keys are made right here in Catoosa County by the Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School metals class taught by Pat Linz.

On March 5, over 200 students from the four high schools in Catoosa County gathered at The Colonnade in Ringgold for the sixth annual Rising Professionals Academy sponsored by the county Chamber of Commerce.

Tammy Zumbrun’s dad worked for TVA when she was growing up. She attended the annual membership meetings of the company’s credit union with her parents and opened (with a little help) her first account when she was seven years old. “I thought the meetings were exciting,” says Zumbrun. “There …

The ribbon was officially cut at LaFayette’s newest Workout Anytime fitness club. Dozens of members were coming in and out to use the gym, the Chamber of Commerce was represented, and the owners provided a free healthy lunch at the ribbon cutting celebration on Friday, Jan. 25.

Before talking about what Cabela’s offers, it would be useful to talk about exactly where the store is. The address is Ringgold – 350 Cobb Parkway, 30736. That’s what you use for GPS (if you want to go there) or USPS (if you want to mail them a letter).

On Oct. 18, nearly 900 people poured into The Colonnade for the annual Showcase Catoosa Business Expo conducted by the Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce. What they found inside was 89 businesses set up showcasing their wares and services, seven restaurants serving up samples, opportunities …

Eighty Catoosa County businesses — from nursing homes and restaurants to emergency care clinics and family crisis organizations — filled The Colonnade in Ringgold Thursday, Oct. 18, showcasing their businesses and services.

Hundreds of area residents welcomed the new Publix Market on Battlefield Parkway early this morning.

Publix Super Markets will host the long-awaited grand opening of its new Battlefield Parkway location tomorrow morning, Wednesday, Oct. 10.

Ringgold resident Katina Williams graduated in 2014 at the age of 42 with a degree in Disney Knowledge. It was a dream come true for her, and keeping with the dream theme, she applied her degree to a business of her own: Chasing Down Daydreams Travel, LLC.

Peach State Federal Credit Union celebrated the grand opening of its new LaFayette Branch on Wednesday, Sept. 26, with staff, local officials, and community leaders on hand to take part in a special ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Walker Rocks will soon be hitting the road. David Bridges, owner of Battlefield Outdoors, won a $5,000 grant at the first Walker Rocks Start-up Challenge pitch competition held Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Walker County Civic Center.

Georgia’s unemployment rate for August dipped below the national number for the first time in 11 years, said state Labor Commissioner Mark Butler.

Puckett EMS’s parent company, Priority Ambulance, has been recognized as the fastest growing ambulance company in America. / Contributed

Priority Ambulance has announced that it ranked No. 521 on the Inc Magazine’s 5000 fastest-growing companies in America with 964 percent growth over a three-year period.

Searching for a job? You might want to keep an eye on county and city listings. The pay can vary from not so great to decent, and there are often additional benefits. Some jobs offer career opportunities; and for those that don’t, a government job can look good on a résumé for your next step…

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