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A second dead whooping crane has been found near Weiss Lake on the Alabama-Georgia border, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

The Honest Pint arrived in Chattanooga just a few months before St. Patrick’s Day, but it’s right on time for diners who want something more than standard bar food.

The Honest Pint arrived in Chattanooga just a few months before St. Patrick's Day, but it's right on time for diners who want something more than standard bar food.

DALTON, Ga. -- The City Charter in Dalton is designed to give the mayor limited powers. The top elected official doesn't run the city day to day, and he votes only to break ties among the other four members of the City Council.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agents are investigating the death of a rare and endangered whooping crane in Cherokee County, Ala.

Whitfield County and Dalton leaders will head to Athens, Ga., this week to talk with planners about ways the city and county can merge services.

Kathleen Kincaid is $123,000 richer after her father recently tossed her a winning lottery ticket.

The first tenant in the sprawling Carbondale Business Park is getting a hefty discount to locate in the county-owned industrial site.

DALTON, Ga. – Whitfield leaders this morning inked a deal to sell 16 acres of land in the Carbondale Business Park to an adhesives company that does business in the flooring industry.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Five candidates for director of Cleveland City Schools will swing through the city this month in marathon daylong interviews.

The Cleveland city school system has narrowed the field in its search for a new director of schools.

Both Tennessee's and Georgia's lottery-funded HOPE scholarship programs are struggling to make ends meet as lottery ticket sales slow and education expenses steadily increase.

Georgia’s popular lottery-funded HOPE Scholarship is struggling to keep its finances in the black, and it is certainly headed for cuts this legislative session, according to lawmakers.

Through tears, June Scobee Rodgers watched her husband perish 25 years ago today when the space shuttle Challenger exploded seconds after takeoff, becoming a "where-were-you-when" moment for millions of Americans.

DALTON, Ga. -- Whitfield County has a new top administrator and his name is a familiar one. Varnell City Manager Mark Gibson will take the reins at the county offices within the next 30 days.

The Whitfield County Commission this morning selected Mark Gibson, the city administrator in Varnell, Ga., as the new county administrator.

CALHOUN, Ga. — Some Georgia leaders, including the mayor and a state representative from Dalton, say manufacturers need a jolt of economic energy and that eliminating the tax on electricity could do the job.

ROCKY FACE, Ga. -- Cambridge Drive looks like a fine place to live, but judging by the for-sale signs along the street, there just aren't many takers nowadays.

In the Georgia House of Representatives, the Rules Committee is a place of life or death, where bills are groomed for easy passage or die, never making it to the House floor.

A high-speed rail link between Atlanta and Chattanooga could draw between 2.6 and 4 million passengers annually when it finally gets under way in 2020, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation.

Two floods, a handful of devastating tornadoes and even a few minor earthquakes and wildfires. All the above happened in Tennessee in the last two years. The Volunteer State ranks 14th in the nation for natural disasters, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Three North Georgians have been named to Georgia Trend magazine’s 100 Most Influential list, and all three men say the acknowledgment signals a shift in influence to the northern corners of the state.

The search for a top administrator in Whitfield County has been narrowed to three candidates.

Whitfield County Commissioners have narrowed their search for a new county administrator to three candidates.

Whitfield County Commissioners will gather in closed-door meetings Saturday to work on selecting a new county administrator.

The public got an up-close view on Thursday of state plans to reshape a busy -- and confusing -- Dalton intersection.

Dalton High School will dismiss at 1 p.m. Friday so students and faculty may attend funeral services for English teacher Demera Robinson.

The public will get a glimpse today of plans to ease congestion at one of Dalton's busiest intersections through a traffic roundabout.

Authorities in Dalton, Ga., are investigating a suspected case of arson that destroyed a large box truck and also caused structural damage at Premier Carpet Solutions.

Inside Siskin Children's Institute, just a few yards from where kids learn to count and read, sit rare religious antiquities collected over decades by two men committed to understanding the world's largest faiths.

One teenager was killed and three others injured early Monday morning in a single-vehicle crash south of Fort Oglethorpe, according to the Georgia State Patrol.

TRENTON, Ga. -- Facing the prospect of a tough 2011, Trenton city commissioners have cut $31,000 in funding for the Dade County Library.

The Grundy County School Board has voted to remove Director of Schools Clay Newsome after just six months on the job.

TUNNEL HILL, Ga. -- American paint horses are supposed to be the definition of equine strength and agility.

The Grundy County School Board has voted to fire Director of Schools Clay Newsome after just six months on the job.

DALTON, Ga. -- Whitfield County commissioners have adopted a budget stripped to the bones as leaders prepare to run the county through 2011 with roughly $5 million less than last year.

Dalton leaders have applied for a $1 million grant aimed at connecting the city's central business district to outdoor recreation north of town.

Whitfield County commissioners got an earful Monday on proposed budget cuts to several agencies that rely on county dollars to operate.

Freshman U.S. Rep. Tom Graves on Friday opted to pay a $1,498 IRS penalty rather than let a lien stand on property he owned as a hotel developer.

Tiny Varnell, Ga., spans just 2.5 square miles and its entire population could fit inside Chattanooga's AT&T Field nearly five times over.

After a five-day standoff, Georgia prisoners reportedly are returning to work, according to a spokeswoman for the Georgia Department of Corrections.

Whitfield County commissioners may name a new top administrator early in the new year.

DALTON, Ga. -- Whitfield County commissioners voted Tuesday to develop more specific guidelines in an agreement with Dalton on when and how to repair roads.

Georgia inmates are reportedly striking across the state, refusing to go out on work details or perform chores until they are paid or see improved living conditions.

As far as steam engines go, the scrappy Southern Railway 630 locomotive is on the small side, but from 1904 to the 1960s, it was prized for its ability to keep rolling over hills, through tunnels and across shaky bridges.

Dalton, Ga., officials have found no wrongdoing on the part of a parks employee who was running a business that rented sports fields from the city.

The government-run development authority in Whitfield County, Ga., is backing $4.2 million in tax-free bonds to prepare property for a retail-restaurant development on Shugart Road that will include a Kohl's department store.

Dalton leaders have agreed to issue $4.5 million in tax-free bonds to buy land and upgrade roads to make way for a retail development on Shugart Road.

Whitfield County commissioners on Monday may discuss the county's troubled budget in their first meeting since department-by-department presentations wrapped up before Thanksgiving.

City residents want a vibrant downtown with cute shops, historic charm and multiple dining options.

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