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Catoosa County officials recently approved a change order for its Poplar Springs Road storm water project that includes an additional cost of nearly $100,000 and an extra 1,000 feet of piping.
Willie C. Hanson, 32, of 3517 Claremont Avenue, East Ridge arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and window tint violation.
Mother Nature decided to cooperate with Fort Oglethorpe’s Independence Day plans this year and withheld the rain she’d been letting loose most days for the past couple of weeks.
The 3-1/2-year-long widening project of Ringgold’s Ga. Highway 151 (Alabama Highway) is on schedule, according to Georgia Department of Transportation officials, and the plan is to set beams on the roads two bridges later this month.
A Chattanooga, Tenn., man was arrested on drug charges in Fort Oglethorpe after he allegedly left the scene of a minor auto accident carrying a backpack full of marijuana, police say.
Catoosa County detectives are searching for a man who has allegedly stolen hundreds of dollars in change from a local car wash over the past week, police say.
The primary elections didn’t go without hiccups. During the June 5 Board of Commissioner’s meeting, residents pointed out issues with voting machines freezing up and parking issues.
A Fort Oglethorpe man is facing a hit-and-run charge after he allegedly crashed into another vehicle while driving DUI, police say.
Since assuming management of the former Hutcheson/Cornerstone hospital’s facilities last December, CHI Memorial ceaselessly has worked toward revitalizing Northwest Georgia’s regional hospital.
A Chattanooga, Tenn., man was arrested in Fort Oglethorpe after he allegedly attacked a man outside of a restaurant over an outstanding drug debt, police say.
There were 1,100 automobile accidents in Fort Oglethorpe last year. Cpt. Steve Blevins of the Fort Oglethorpe Police Department says that more than half of them were a result of distracted driving.
Driving through Chickamauga Battlefield on Wilder Road, if you’re looking at monuments, you’ll come across one (at Tour Stop 6) that might spark some curiosity. It commemorates the Chicago Board of Trade Battery, a Union unit sponsored by a group of men who traded in agriculture futures.
The combination of warm weather, people getting outside to enjoy it, and rising insect populations brings potential for insect-borne diseases, also called vector-borne diseases. The Georgia Department of Public Health Northwest Health District offers these precautions, so residents can prote…
The Fort Oglethorpe Recreation Association will be hosting a fundraising tournament for longtime Georgia Dizzy Dean State Director Robert Sexton June 29-July 1 at the Fort Oglethorpe Recreation Complex.
The Walker County Chamber and Walker County Government proudly launch “Walker Rocks,” an initiative to showcase the unique outdoor activities available in Walker County.
Celebrating the birth of the United States takes center stage at the 12th annual “Patriotism at The Post” concert and fireworks show slated to take place at historic Barnhardt Circle in Fort Oglethorpe on Tuesday night, July 3.
The Walker County Schools budget for the upcoming year seems to have no major surprises and no drama is expected when it comes before the board for adoption.
Catoosa County officials have adjusted the Unified Development Code (UDC) with an ordinance that will make the naming and addressing of streets more efficient.
A Rossville man was arrested on drug charges in Fort Oglethore after possibly looking to break into a vehicle, police say.
FORT OGLETHORPE — The Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Fort Oglethorpe Police Department arrested Walker County deputies Brandon England, 40, and Shawn Norris, 36, on charges of aggravated assault, criminal attempt to rape and false imprisonment.
The Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department and surrounding law enforcement agencies are doing their part to educate the public about the new Hands Fee Law that will take effect July 1.
The Walker County Chamber of Commerce and county government are launching a joint initiative to promote Walker County’s many and varied recreational offerings to a broad market.
A Rossville couple were the victims of a brazen crime Monday afternoon, June 4, when an unknown suspect hopped on their motorcycle and took off with it, police say.
A passionate crowd of Ringgold residents and neighbors packed City Hall Monday night, June 11, after a social media post by the mayor stirred controversy regarding the finances involved with the city’s biggest community event.
Preston Vaughn Thomas, 35, of 935 Boss Road, Chickamauga arrested on charges of driving while license suspended/revoked and operation of vehicle without a valid tag.
Homegrown vegetables and fruits, jams, jellies, local honey, home-baked goods, flowers, jewelry, candles, soaps, wood crafts, fabric crafts, bird feeders — the list could go on and on. Local eggs and meat, pecans, popcorn, dream catchers, wind chimes, entertainment.
The city of Fort Oglethorpe recently reached an agreement with an engineering firm to help create a new Geographic Information System (GIS) database to help with efficiency within the city’s utilities infrastructure.
The city of Fort Oglethorpe has reached an agreement with a local construction company to handle the stormwater drainage for a soon-to-be constructed access road near the new Food City development along U.S. Highway 41.
A proposed housing development recently hit a roadblock in Fort Oglethorpe as the City Council chose to not approve a rezoning request for development property.
Members of the McLemore Cove Preservation Society are dropping a lawsuit against Walker County and Pilgrim’s Pride as they believe it has fulfilled what they set out to accomplish.
The 2018 District 1 tournaments for Georgia Dizzy Dean Baseball will get going this Friday night in four different locations in the northwest Georgia area.
For over a decade, Marvin "Stump" Martin was the architect of the Stump on Sports Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Football Classic and its biggest supporter.