FYI - Where We Live - Georgia

Ft. Oglethorpe may be Georgia's newest city, but it has long history

Published Jun. 2 2016

Ft. Oglethorpe

Lookout Mountain, Ga., offers mountain view and tranquility

Published Jun. 1 2016

Location: On the Eastern edge of Lookout Mountain, just west of downtown Chattanooga.

Ringgold, Ga.

Published May. 31 2016

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LaFayette, Ga.

Published May. 31 2016

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Chickamauga, Ga.

Published May. 31 2016

Chickamauga

Trenton, Ga.

Published May. 31 2016

Trenton, Ga.

Community profile: Chickamauga, Georgia

Published Mar. 29 2015

The town is about 15 miles south of Chattanooga in Walker County, Ga.

Community profile: Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia

Published Mar. 29 2015

Fort Oglethorpe is named after James Edward Oglethorpe, Georgia's founder.

Community profile: Ringgold, Georgia

Published Mar. 29 2015

The town is bout 15 miles south of Chattanooga in Catoosa County, Ga.

Community profile: LaFayette, Georgia, named for French aristocrat who supported American Revolution

Published Mar. 29 2015

The town is about 30 miles south of Chattanooga in the heart of Walker County, Ga. ...

Community profile: Founded on iron and coal, Trenton, Georgia, now a 'pearl'

Published Mar. 29 2015

Trenton was incorporated in 1845 when city officials recognized engineers from Trenton, N.J., who had settled in the area to...

Community profile: Rossville, Georgia, home to Civil War history

Published Mar. 29 2015

Rossville is a forgotten part of the Battle of Missionary Ridge in which Confederate soldiers tried to defend their position...

Community profile: Lookout Mountain, Georgia

Published Mar. 27 2015

Lookout Mountain is a nearly 100-mile long extension of the Cumberland Plateau, south of the Tennessee River. The town of...