Downtown Ringgold is becoming a bicycling destination thanks to the help of local Boy Scouts.
Organizers expect a crowd of 15,000 people at the 38th annual 1890’s Day Jamboree in downtown Ringgold Friday and Saturday, May 23-24.
Ladies clapping and cheering and men strutting their stuff onstage in uniform to “It’s Raining Men” and “Let’s Hear it for the Boy.” No, it’s not a nightclub, it’s a bachelor auction.
Virtual reality recently came to life inside a Lakeview Middle School computer lab.
“I needed someone to read to me. My mentor read to me.”
Sandy Lowery, the widow of Catoosa County Probate Judge Gene Lowery, will seek her late husband’s judgeship.
Ringgold’s Crossroads Unity Family Park is in the planning stages.
The fields have been closed and work is likely already underway at the Jack Mattox Recreation Complex.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park is welcoming a new park superintendent, Brad Bennett, in June.
A perfect score can be hard to get. But that’s what Catoosa County Schools just did … 16 times over.
Parkway Baptist Church in Fort Oglethorpe wants to stop the deaths in the Dominican Republic due to poor water. The church hopes to raise $18,000 to build a water system in the village of Los Montones.
In May, county contractors will begin approximately $2 million worth of paving and resurfacing that will stretch across more than 14 miles. At its most recent meeting, the Catoosa County Commission unanimously approved the list of projects and the bill.
Twenty years running, the Catoosa County Kid’s Day can be a fun way to tackle what otherwise might be seen as a not so fun task — getting kids ready to start school. This year’s event is Saturday, May 3 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Metal detectors, headphones, digging tools, pinpointers, coils and rods.
Ringgold mom Kristy Peters needs help.