Shane Foley (Reporter)

Phone: (423) 756-6506
E-mail: sfoley@timesfreepress.com
Bio:
Shane Foley is a staff writer for community news at the Times Free Press.

Restaurant review: Dosa Hut cranks up the heat -- and flavor

Published Jun. 22 2017

Dosa Hut keeps things spicy and savory when it serves up authentic Indian cuisine on Lee Highway. The lamb is...

Soddy twins overcome adversity, earn scholarships to top schools

Published Jun. 21 2017

Brittany and Destiny O'Dell were 12 years old when they arrived home from school to find their mother dead.

Catoosa Parks and Rec remembers founder Jack Mattox

Published Jun. 21 2017

The children and families of Catoosa County have one man in particular to thank for the recreation opportunities now afforded...

Hixson church hosts free marriage retreat for community

Published Jun. 21 2017

To hear Sylvia Knoch describe it, marriage retreats and seminars aren't a sign of a bad marriage. If anything, they're...

Gentle Foot Care owner has nearly 20 years of podiatry experience

Published Jun. 21 2017

Patients can select from custom treatment options, including massages for their specific issues via technicians in the office.

Community of Hope block party in Ringgold a success

Published Jun. 21 2017

North Georgia Healthcare Center recognizes the difficulty some community members face in getting the services and help they need.

First responders, school employees commended in saving man's life

Published Jun. 14 2017

The last thing Catoosa County Schools employee Charlie Ramsey remembers was feeling faint while chatting with some co-workers and his...

Basecamp Restaurant and Bar ready to open on North Shore

Published Jun. 14 2017

Two Urban Stack alumni are taking over the former home of longtime North Shore staple North Chatt Cat and turning...

Sequoyah High student overcomes obstacles en route to state win

Published Jun. 7 2017

Recent Sequoyah High School grad Michael York hasn't had it easy.

Chambliss Center prepares to open in Red Bank

Published Jun. 7 2017

Chambliss Center for Children is expanding into Red Bank to help residents in need. A new thrift store and early...

Movie being made about late Heritage High graduate

Published Jun. 7 2017

In the months following Ringgold resident Katie Beth Carter's death due to a car accident, the outpouring of support was...

Hixson Middle student scores in state archery tournament

Published Jun. 7 2017

For most students, the first year of playing a new sport is spent learning the rules and getting the hang...

Juvenile rehab services aim to reduce recidivism

Published Jun. 7 2017

Every time Judge Steven Ellis sees a juvenile offender, he hopes it's the last he sees of them.

How to truly leave no trace when visiting the outdoors

Published Jun. 1 2017

I always griped and groaned as a 13-year-old Boy Scout when it came time to pack up at the end...

Wild Trails and L2 partner to clean up local waterways

Published Jun. 1 2017

Ridding 77 miles' worth of debris is no walk in the park, especially when it's not a park but, rather,...

Cool waterside cycling routes in the region

Published Jun. 1 2017

With summer heating up, mountain biking can be more like an adventure in staying hydrated. But with everything in full...

Bait-and-switch: Unorthodox fishing bait

Published Jun. 1 2017

Sometimes, you need something a little extra to entice uninterested fish. Most anglers have a few tricks up their sleeves...

Putting the glamour in camping

Published Jun. 1 2017

When it comes to camping, there's something to be said for roughing it and surviving on your instinct and skill....

Fiddlers Anonymous looks to share gift of music with all

Published May. 31 2017

Eric and August Bruce can't stand to see people with a desire to learn music unable to do so because...

Rossville teen earns college degree before graduating high school

Published May. 31 2017

For one day last week, 17-year-old Miette Craig from Rossville was attending three schools at once.