Anywhere, anytime; learning without limits. Following the Catoosa County Board of Education’s recent unanimous approval of Catoosa Online Academy, that is not only the academy’s slogan, it is a model of education available to all local students.
Rossville resident Katherine “Lou” Scott’s home looks like a wildlife refuge. But the horses, giraffe, elephant, monkey, ponies, bears, birds, foxes, wolves and owl that keep watch in corners and on tables do not require food. They are the food — for the artist’s soul.
Battlefield Golf Club is celebrating one year of being under the new ownership of Henry Luken. He and his management staff are taking the 120-plus-acre course in a new direction.
Ringgold Downtown Development Authority Director Joseph Brellenthin is spreading the word that city business owners should begin applying for spring facade grants to improve their businesses.
Adam Cook has multiple personalities. Over the last nine years of working weekends at Vaudeville Café’s Murder Mystery Dinner Shows in downtown Chattanooga, the local actor/writer said he has played the role of about 40 characters. He is now giving others the chance to step into the spotlight through the creation of the Ringgold Playhouse.
Jasper is a beautiful male Weimaraner with a shiny gray coat.
Citizens looking to drop off yard trimmings, stumps or concrete at the county’s inert landfill are going to see a jump in the price of disposing of their unwanted materials.
Locals recently had the opportunity to weigh in on a 16-county strategic plan called Thrive 2055 that includes a large portion of Northwest Georgia.
Acoustic Café in Ringgold is dancing to a new beat under new ownership. The restaurant/bar now hosts bands on Wednesday evenings and karaoke on Thursdays.
North Georgia Electric Membership Corporation employees are working together with the city of Ringgold and volunteers to launch Replanting Ringgold Saturday, April 27 in an effort to plant trees in areas wiped out by the tornado.
Heritage High School is hosting its first ever spring plant sale. The greenhouse opened one year ago and is already blooming with flowers, vegetables and herbs.
“A Day of Remembering” will bring out locals taking strides to assist people in the area with Alzheimer’s and other brain-related disorders in an Alzheimer’s Walk around Barnhardt Circle Saturday, April 27.
Sunday sales of alcohol may be on the horizon for Fort Oglethorpe, but it will be up to the people to decide.
Zack and Courtney Cross are planting roots in Ringgold. The couple just opened Southern Charm Boutique on Remco Shops Lane after purchasing a home in the city last spring. The boutique features men’s and women’s casual wear as well as tuxedo rentals for special events.
North Georgia Moms Group welcomes moms from Catoosa, Dade, Hamilton, Walker, Whitfield and other surrounding counties.