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.
The former bowling alley along LaFayette Road in the Fort Oglethorpe business corridor will soon be leveled.
More e-books and faster Internet speeds to download them are coming soon to the Catoosa County Library.
Hundreds of model trains will run full steam ahead as part of a large-scale Train Collectors Association Dixie Division Chattanooga Area Train Show March 1 at The Colonnade.
Four Points Inc. staff invited all fathers and daughters in Catoosa and Walker counties to the seventh annual Father Daughter Dance Feb. 14 at the Walker County Civic Center.
Military soldiers like to use it out in the field. Horse trainers spray it on their horses to repel flies. People spray it on their dogs and cats to repel fleas.
Rodney Crowe is known as an honest man and a hard worker. He works seven days a week January-April in his downtown Ringgold office.