A Chattanooga, Tenn., man wanted for the vehicular homicide of his young daughter was arrested in Ringgold after he was allegedly again driving erratically on a Catoosa County Road.
Imagine being able to report an issue with codes, roads or animals using a smartphone app. That convenience is now a reality for Walker County residents and business owners.
Korey James McDonough, 26, of 204 South Main Street, Lafayette arrested on charges of driving while license suspended, failure to stop at stop sign and probation violation.
A Trion man was airlifted Monday to Erlanger by Life Force after he was involved in a collision after falling asleep behind the wheel.
The city of Fort Oglethorpe is looking at grants to help with pedestrian safety at intersections and with testing of the city's water.
Breanna Shay Sample, 35, of 730 Lakeview Drive, Rossville arrested on charges of driving under the influence of drugs and endangering the life of a child while driving under the influence of drugs.
The Kiwanis Club of Fort Oglethorpe’s Distinguished Service Awards luncheon will celebrate the event’s 10th anniversary on May 3 by recognizing Catoosa County resident Mary Carpenter and for Walker County the Gilbert family of LaFayette.
Fort Oglethorpe police arrested three people after suspicious activity in a parking lot led officers to drug dealings taking place in a hotel room.
The Communities In School Duck Derby is a "must see" event where hundreds of numbered rubber ducks are launched into the Chickamauga Creek in Ringgold. These rubber ducklings will race toward the finish line for a chance to win $1,000 plus other prizes.
Ringgold's Occupational Tax Committee will hold a second meeting to further brainstorm ideas for a plan on how to adjust the way it collects occupational taxes from local businesses.
Catoosa County sheriff’s detectives are investigating a burglary in Tunnel Hill, in which nearly $3,000 worth of tools was stolen from a man's residence.
Saturday, May 20, will be Amnesty Day at the Catoosa County Landfill. Citizens will be able to bring trash, brush and yard debris, and larger items for disposal at no cost.
Lace up your working shoes or shine up your canoe! Catoosa County is kicking off an effort to become a prettier place and officials are asking for citizens’ help.
The Development Authority of LaFayette now owns the new Community Wellness Center, located off East Villinow Street next to Professional Park.
The Children's Advocacy Center of the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit (CAC-LMJC) recently moved to new location in Fort Oglethorpe just in time to raise awareness about April being National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
The city of Fort Oglethorpe opted to replenish some of its equipment on Monday, April 10, when the council unanimously approved the purchase of new tasers for the police department.
Local officials gathered Monday, April 10, on the Walker County Courthouse steps to show they support combating sexual violence, not only in the county but across the state and nation.
Chickamauga's demographic might show a shift to seniors — those over the age of 55 — when results of Census 2020 are compiled.
Walker County Emergency Services placed three Quick Response Vehicles (QVRs) into operation recently. The QVRs are located in three of the full-time fire stations in Walker County, including LaFayette, Rock Spring and Chickamauga.
The Rome Floyd Chamber is pleased to announce the return of its two-day innovation and technology conference, Confluence, in the heart of downtown Rome. This year’s conference will be held on Thursday, April 13, and Friday, April 14, at the Historic DeSoto Theatre, 605 Broad Street.
Jolene was found in a ditch on Cloud Springs Road a little over a month ago. She had two broken legs. The brown and white girl with one blue eye and one brown eye was a frightened, hungry dog.
A New York couple accused of murdering a man in the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park in late 2015 have pleaded guilty to lesser charges in Catoosa County Superior Court.
When she’s not running the city of Fort Oglethorpe, Jennifer Payne-Simpkins is running more literally – on a treadmill at the gym. Or you might find her riding motorcycles with her husband, Scott, a retired Savannah police officer and Hall County sheriff’s deputy. Or playing with her miniatu…
The fate of a new restaurant in Ringgold is up in the air after the city council recently denied a variance request pertaining the appearance of the building.
Walker County is getting serious about bringing blighted properties up to code and that starts with the addition of two new codes enforcement officers who have already begun going door to door to address the matter.
When Joe Dickson was 12 years old, a favorite uncle passed away and the young boy struggled to recover from his sadness. His father, who worked for Catoosa County at the time, decided a good solution would be to take his son to work with him.
A LaFayette man was airlifted by Life Force to Erlanger Hospital in Chattanooga following a motorcycle wreck on Ga. Highway 95 in Rock Spring.
Walker County will be opening a shelter for the public at noon for those in need of a safe location during the storm. The shelter will be at the Walker County Civic Center, located at 10052 N Highway 27 in Rock Spring.
Catoosa County Sheriff's detectives are investigating two Rossville crimes, one involving the theft of a truck from a residence, and the other a burglary incident at local business.
Less than 18 months after being hired to head Walker County's roads department, Jeff Long is returning to Fort Oglethorpe to dually serve as that city's Public Works and Recreation departments.
A homeless man decided to find inspiration and follow his dream by traveling cross-country on a makeshift dog sled and part of his journey led him to Walker County.