The Future Farmers of America class at Heritage Middle School recently invited North Georgia Animal Alliance to come to their school to talk about animal rescue.
Tiffany Hope Carrington, 26, of 2411 East Highway 136, Lafayette arrested o charges of driving while license suspended and failure to yield when entering roadway.
The Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce hosted Celebrate Catoosa Gala Pearls and Poker Casino Night on March 3 at the Colonnade Civic Center. The event celebrated the business community and several individuals who have contributed greatly.
Catoosa County commissioners, after unanimously denying a proposal for a 160-foot cell tower near Dietz Road in December, agreed Tuesday to a compromise by allowing the company erect a pole instead.
On March 15, members of the Catoosa County Democratic Party met in Graysville to discuss questions that will appear on the Democratic primary ticket on May 22.
The March 1 collapse of a building in downtown LaFayette not only led to the closure of one city block of East Villanow Street but made it necessary to close and relocate some court offices and a courtroom.
Catoosa County detectives are currently investigating the recent burglary of a Rossville business that resulted in the theft of musical instruments and various sound equipment, police say.
Fort Oglethorpe officials say they're planning to have engineers look at traffic congestion issues along Dietz Road now that new developments could further impact the road's flow.
You’re a police officer and you’ve been sent out on a disorderly conduct call. You find a man who is belligerent, yelling, lashing out at anyone who gets close to him.
The city of Fort Oglethorpe has approved nearly $24,000 in new equipment purchases for its fire and parks and recreation departments.
Ringgold officials are discussing future plans for the city's downtown recycling center after evaluating the usage and costs related to the first year of the program.
More than 1,800 students in Catoosa County middle and high schools walked out of class on March 14, joining thousands more nationwide, to showcase the need for safer schools.
Rossville police have arrested 46-year-old Christopher Shane Nichols in connection with the theft of copper at the Coats American building that resulted in an oil spill.
Heritage High School (HHS) Principal Ronnie Bradford submitted a letter to Catoosa County Schools Superintendent Denia Reese and the Board of Education requesting a loan of $50,000 to purchase new uniforms for the school’s band.
It’s that time of year again – base ball (two words) season! That’s right, vintage base ball returns to the 6th Cavalry Museum and the Polo Field at the Historic Army Post on March 24 with a double-header.
The successful application, filed in spring 2006, to secure a Georgia Department of Community Affairs redevelopment fund grant to renovate the former Walker County Health Department building in Rossville was specific — very specific.
Copper thieves vandalized an industrial transformer at the Coats American building prompting an emergency response Sunday night. The incident began after a resident noticed an oily sheen and notified a Rossville police officer, who traced the source to the Coats building on Maple Street.
Fort Oglethorpe's Thriving Communities team will hold a pop-up chalk art event at Gilbert-Stephenson Park on Sunday, March 18, as a precursor to its planned project to have historical 3-D artwork throughout town.
The Catoosa County Sheriff's Department is investigating a theft by taking case that occurred along Battlefield Parkway, in which someone stole decorative property from outside a business.
Catoosa County Schools Superintendent Denia Reese and county commissioners came to an agreement this week to add school resource officers (SROs) to the system's elementary schools.
Those voting a party ticket in primary elections often see resolutions they can vote for or against. A resolution might read like this: Should the government of Anyville publish on the city’s website the cost of its annual holiday party?
Fort Oglethorpe has approved engineering for an access road and traffic signal needed for the recently announced "Highway 41 Project" development coming to U.S. 41 at Scruggs Road.
Two weeks after abruptly accepting county manager Jim Walker's resignation, Catoosa County commissioners approved a settlement Tuesday night, Feb. 6, that will pay Walker $54,000.
Catoosa County sheriff's detectives are investigating a burglary case in which hundreds of dollars worth of tools and equipment were stolen from a Chickamauga residence, police say.
ATLANTA (AP) — After an appeal in a case took nearly two decades to reach it, Georgia's highest court is instructing judges, lawyers and others to work together to come up with a way to prevent unnecessary delays in the appeals process for criminal cases.
The County Committee of the Catoosa County Republican Party expressed concern at its Feb. 27 meeting about how safe students are in Catoosa County schools.
Fort Oglethorpe officials have approved an agreement with an unknown developer for a project along U.S. Highway 41 near Scruggs Road.
Catoosa County Sheriff Gary Sisk has plans to bring a little nostalgia to his office and the community in general by refurbishing one of the old Pontiac Trans Am patrol vehicles from the early 1980s.
Catoosa County sheriff's detectives are investigating a recent burglary in Rossville in which the burglar not only stole appliances, but also damaged the property.
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia's highest court wants judges, lawyers and others to come up with a way to prevent unnecessary delays in the appeals process for criminal cases.
Walker County Sole Commissioner Shannon Whitfield is excited to announce two new members to his administration, as the county pivots from debt management as a primary focus to laying the foundation for sustainable growth.
Catoosa County commissioners unanimously approved a system request that will initiate a transition from paper to an electronic filing system for all criminal court cases.
The Catoosa County Sheriff's Department has decided to donate a surplus vehicle to Ringgold High School in order to help students with their practice of emergency service situations.
You have athletes and you have mathletes. Heritage Middle School (HMS) is home to a group of students – true mathletes – who have demonstrated their skills with numbers and equations by taking first place in the regional MATHCOUNTS competition held on Feb. 9 at Georgia Power Company’s headqu…
The city of Ringgold is prepared to move forward with the second phase of its "Trail of Tears" portion of the historic Nature Trail after awarding a bid for the work during its most recent City Council meeting.
Visitors to Walker County could see an additional charge on lodging bills beginning as early as this summer.