Ana Maria’s Mexican Cuisine, now open in downtown Ringgold, pays tribute to the eldest of the Ramirez family.
The Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit is adding another attorney to its staff in the Public Defender’s office.
Like many helped through The Cottage Thrift Shop, which benefits The Cottage shelter for Walker County youth in foster care, the store itself is making a comeback.
Some of Paul Ray’s clients struggle with chronic persistent mental illness. Others are wounded veterans with amputations.
Center for Hope Counseling of Fort Oglethorpe is hoping to bring happier holidays to those in need of a listening ear.
Fort Oglethorpe Election Superintendent Orma Luckey recently announced to the City Council that voting for all city elections will now be held exclusively at City Hall.
After recently taking over Sonshine Bakery’s space, Christi’s Classy Cakes owner Christi Underwood is whipping up savory holiday treats in the Fort Oglethorpe location.
Catoosa County Animal Shelter is filled with wagging tails in need of holiday help.
Send Out Cards is partnering with the North Georgia YMCA to make this holiday brighter for youth who would like to join the Y. The promotion will continue year round.
Catoosa County Habitat for Humanity partners with local businesses and schools to beautify its local Habitat Way campus where six of its homes are located.
Catoosa County won’t loan any more money to Hutcheson Medical Center.
‘Tis the season for holiday parties, celebrations and possibly a few of your favorite libations.
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Nursing is one of the fastest-growing professions.
When Lori Forster says everything on her Fort Oglethorpe Bargain Bin group on Facebook is for sale for $5 or less, she means it.