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The last few weeks have been the deadliest yet for U.S. troops in Afghanistan, and that's been very evident to North Georgians.
Georgia Department of Transportation officials have run across some stumbling blocks in the widening of Interstate 75 at Cloud Springs Road but say they now are on track to complete the nearly 2-year-old project by the end of the year.
U.S.-led coalition forces may have the best training and equipment in the world, but the
As about a dozen interested residents looked on, Hamilton County commissioners voted Wednesday to take no action on a resolution that would have abandoned Aetna Mountain Road, a dead-end road in Lookout Valley.
The anti-Taliban offensive in Afghanistan's Helmand Province is slow going -- but it is going, says a Chattanooga native stationed at the front lines of Operation Khanjar.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- When Cleveland Urban Forester Dan Hartman looks at a tree, he sees much more than bark and leaves.
Joseph Prebul is losing $8,250 a month — and that’s on top of existing debts of at least $22.5 million.
An attorney for Joseph Prebul filed documents to launch the car dealer’s personal bankruptcy today, indicating he has $241,083 in assets and nearly $22.5 million in liabilities.
They may both be calling for an investigation into the police shooting death of 15-year-old Alonzo O'Kelley Jr., but Timmy Sykes and Mahmood Abdullah want to make sure the community knows they're not doing it together.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. —Anticipating a clash between molasses-paced Southern hospitality and hardened German efficiency when two large German corporations land here, Ocoee Regional Multicultural Services is working to build a bridge between the two cultures.