In order to help Catoosa Citizens for Animal Care in its efforts to reduce the number of homeless pets, New Heights Baptist Church is hosting a benefit yard sale Saturday, Nov. 2.
While Warrior Chase Smith is in recovery from three strokes, his fellow Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School construction students are building a ramp to welcome him home.
Catoosa County Teacher of the Year Kim Hayen was speechless as Heritage principal Ronnie Bradford and Catoosa County Schools Superintendent Denia Reese congratulated her with balloons, handshakes and smiles in the Heritage High School hallway with cameras rolling and flashes firing.
Catoosa County resident Keith Kenney is creating a buzz at Catoosa County School Board meetings after reading off statistics from schooldigger.com.
At age 22, Chris Sandy’s life was changed forever after quickly drinking four drinks and then hopping in the driver seat with a friend to take off to another party, a scenario many high schoolers likely know all too well.
The debate held at The Colonnade last week for Fort Oglethorpe City Council candidates wasn’t much of a debate for some of them.
Father Bill Williams, 55, is spending his first fall as the priest at St. Gerard Catholic Church — the sole Catholic church in Catoosa County.
As one might guess, “Showcase Catoosa,” coming to The Colonnade Tuesday, Oct. 29, is all about Catoosa County — its fashion, food and local wares.
As one of Fort Oglethorpe’s charter review committees wraps up its endeavors, the other is looking for public input.
Catoosa County School System Superintendent Denia Reese sets three performance goals annually.
“Remembering Our Heroes” is celebrating its fourth fall of honoring military soldiers at the polo field on Barnhardt Circle, next door to the 6th Cavalry Museum in Fort Oglethorpe.
Formerly known as Cedar Hill Baptist Church, Heritage Pointe Baptist Church is starting the new season with a new name and focus.
Donna Pierce and her husband hoped to retire on their 40-acre farm, located off Fowler Road, that has been in the family for more than 100 years.
At the age of 17, Drew Lorenzo, who lives on the East Ridge/Catoosa County line, is already a professional. Having authored two books under the pen name Poppy Jackson, she is also an inspiration to many — both kids and adults — who dream of making a living doing what they love in a field that can be daunting for the most seasoned adult.
Soddy-Daisy has a new location for storing recreational vehicles, boats, ATVs, jet skis or other items in Future Properties’ Store It Here, a recently opened storage facility in Soddy-Daisy Industrial Park.