Catoosa County Sheriff Gary Sisk had hoped to buy 20 new police cars this year. Instead, he’s buying nine.
Relief is on the way for drivers used to sitting in traffic along Poplar Springs and Three Notch roads near Heritage Middle and Heritage High schools.
One hundred new cancer cases are diagnosed every six months at Battlefield Imaging at Hutcheson on the Parkway in Ringgold.
“Scattered,” “chunked” and “covered” are words typically heard at Waffle House. But at the Fort Oglethorpe location, they often take on a different meaning.
Upon meeting Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School ninth-grader Deven Robinson, he’ll probably ask you what year you were born. Before you’ve had time to blink, he will have told you your age, what year you graduated from high school and what year you attended kindergarten.
The World Wide Web, Facebook, Twitter. These are some of the many ways people — and businesses — connect with others these days. And it’s Danielle Phipps’ job to help businesses make connections with people.
Like many who spend the weekend catching up on things, Catoosa County public school students will spend two additional days on instruction next year.
Catoosa County Schools is adding 20 minutes to the school day to make up for inclement weather days.
It’s not over yet. Amendments to Fort Oglethorpe’s charter are still possible, but it’s unclear where they’ll come from.
The nine-person board that runs financially struggling Hutcheson Medical Center will get one new face — and two familiar ones.
Two hundred ninety-eight thousand dollars. That’s how much a high school dropout costs the community they live in over the course of a lifetime, according to Performance Learning Center principal Dr. Lamar Brown.
Vera Wolfe lost a son in an auto accident. Dustin was a sophomore at Gordon Central High School when he passed away. Then, she almost lost her nephew in a bicycle accident. For those two reasons, the Ringgold resident left the accounting world to enter the medical instruction pathway later in life.
What do a button, bullet and part of a harmonica have in common? If you’re standing inside the newly opened Chickamauga Battlefield Museum & Relics in Fort Oglethorpe, they’re all from the Civil War.
When McConnell Park opens on Highway 41 later this spring, it will meld past and present, and not just through its namesake.
Instead of getting new blood on the board that oversees the financially troubled Hutcheson Medical Center, it’s looking like Catoosa County will wind up with two longtime board members and one newcomer.