Fort Oglethorpe’s bowling alley building is being demolished along LaFayette Road.
A new 72-unit apartment complex could be coming to Boynton Drive near its intersection with St. Victors Lane.
Catoosa Citizens for Animal Care is raising funds to start an off-leash dog park in the city of Ringgold. City Council members said they are open to the idea, especially since CCAC plans to fund it.
Blueberries await locals who want to pick their own at the Sims Family Farm in Ringgold. Many people stopped by often to pick and purchase strawberries in May, said Sims Family Farm co-owner Janet Sims. With strawberry season wrapping up, blueberries should be ready to pick in early June.
Heritage High teacher Bonny List says even though student Alex Ware battles Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a disease that causes muscle degeneration, he does not let it hold him back from achieving great things.
At just 8 months old, Isaak York of Ringgold has done something most people haven’t — had open heart surgery.
For 10 of the 12 years County Commissioner Bobby Winters has served the county’s residents, the roads at Old Mill Trace subdivision have been a problem.
Imagine meeting your father for the first and only time for just 15 minutes.
Fort Oglethorpe’s NewTrend Graphics is celebrating one year in business this spring.
Matt Acklen had a busy week leading up to Memorial Day. While most people were winding down thinking of their long weekend, he was smoking almost 1,000 pounds of pork.
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.”