Vincent Spann, Northwest Georgia ACA navigator will conduct a free informational event, March 17, in the community meeting room of the Catoosa County Public Library on 108 Catoosa Circle in Ringgold.
Mayor Lynn Long of the City of Fort Oglethorpe announced the city council meeting scheduled for tonight, Monday, February 10, at 6:30 p.m. at 500 City Hall Drive in Fort Oglethorpe, has been cancelled due to weather concerns. The next regularly scheduled council meeting will be Monday, February 24, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
Gainesville has begun limiting the number of hours part-time employees can work as a result of the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate.
Whether you are new to keeping honeybees or have years of experience, there is a local group you may want to become a part of if you are interested in beekeeping.
Shaw Industries announced it is exiting the area rug business and will convert the current Ringgold, Ga. rug facility into a new state-of-the-art luxury vinyl tile (LVT) manufacturing facility.
The Chickamauga Battlefield Museum & Relics is now open in Fort Oglethorpe, just north of the National Park Visitors Center at 3056 Lafayette Road. The museum features both a civil war collection and a variety of civil war relics, artifacts and books for sale.
The Pete Store, LLC announced it has completed over $700,000 in upgrades to its Ringgold location. Upgrades include a 3,600 sq. ft. showroom to centralize service, sales and parts retail areas, a 15 percent increase in service capacity and a new driver’s lounge.
Perrin J. Lance, a native of Ringgold, Ga., and the executive director of Chattanooga Organized for Action (COA), was named the 2013 National Association of Social Workers - Tennessee chapter statewide “Public Citizen of the Year.”
The Catoosa County Public Library began a new schedule of service hours, Jan. 2. Technology and staff training demands and the array of services needed by the public are increasing, according to the library staff, and the new schedule will allow the library to provide improved service to Catoosa County citizens.
Shaw Industries announced today that it is exiting the area rug business and will convert the current Ringgold, Ga. rug facility into a new state-of-the-art luxury vinyl tile (LVT) manufacturing facility.
A public information open house to discuss the Georgia Department Of Transportation’s proposed project for safety improvements at the intersection of State Route (SR) 3 and Graysville Road in Catoosa County is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 11, from 5 until 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Colonnade Civic Center, at 264 Catoosa Circle in Ringgold.
The term “bedroom community” can come across as a slight: Sure, people like to live here, but they must go elsewhere for employment or entertainment. In Catoosa County, just south of Chattanooga, folks have embraced the term and are turning it into a badge of pride.
The Rosewood at Fort Oglethorpe assisted-living community will double in size after the first of the year following the completion of its expansion project that has been under way since October 2012.
By Natasha Colbaugh
“Signs, signs, everywhere there’s signs…. Do this, don’t do that, can’t you read the signs?” was written by Canadian band Five Man Electric Band in 1970.
The Chairman of the Board for Hutcheson Medical Center announced that Roger Forgey has resigned as the hospital’s President and Chief Executive Officer.
Though many don’t know it, a small facility just north of LaFayette is home to one of the bird hunting world’s best training kennels; as of this summer, it is now home to one of the best champion dogs as well.
When you inherit property, such as a house or stocks, the property is usually worth more than it was when the original owner purchased it. If you were to sell the property, there could be huge capital gains taxes. Fortunately, when you inherit property, the property’s tax basis is "stepped up," which means the basis would be the current value of the property.
Between Oct. 3 and Oct. 16, Walker County Environmental Health conducted food service inspections at 24 restaurants, schools and establishments where food is served. Here are the results:
North Georgia Electric Membership Corporation (NGEMC) is issuing a warning to local residents and customers regarding a phone scam. NGEMC received reports of a scam in which the caller claims to be a representative or a collection agent from a local power company.
The Catoosa and Walker County Farm Bureaus encourage sixth, seventh and eighth grade students to enter the Georgia Farm Bureau middle school essay contest. Students should address the topic “My Plate is Georgia Grown.”