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Fort Oglethorpe City Manager Ron Goulart said his recent near-miss on Van Cleave Street was the best research he could do on whether the road needs speed breakers.
RINGGOLD, Ga. — The Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce has found a more sympathetic majority on the County Commission.
Donnie and Beth Covey knew there was a racetrack within earshot of their Pine Bluff Estates home when they moved in eight years ago.
Four more men have been arrested for using “cloned” credit cards to purchase gift cards at a Northwest Georgia store in an operation intriguing local and federal investigators.
Santek Environmental officials on Tuesday said they have at last found a solution to continuing the recycling operation at the closed Catoosa County landfill.
When Fort Oglethorpe’s rebuilt city pool opens for its second season, city officials hope the new pool house will complete the package that lures a coveted state swim meet.
Ringgold native and former Councilman Deryl Lamar Bryson announced he will enter the race to fill the unexpired term of the late vice mayor, Tom Clark.
RINGGOLD, Ga. — Years after the first methane well was sunk into the Catoosa County landfill, the county is still hopeful of a system to turn gas from rubbish into revenue by producing electricity.