The Georgia Bureau of Investigation will examine fragments of two plastic bottle bombs found May 9 in a Fort Oglethorpe neighborhood.
Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park usually lets all retired and active military personnel get in free on Memorial Day, which falls on May 27 this year.
Employees of Erlanger at Hutcheson will be getting paper checks today rather than direct deposit of their pay, according to a memo taped above a time clock in a hospital hallway.
Two longtime Fort Oglethorpe city employees failed Tuesday night in their bid to get their jobs back.
Jeff Long tried to get his job back as public works director of Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., at an appeal hearing Tuesday night.
Hutcheson Medical Center had been losing $1 million a month in 2011 before Chattanooga-based Erlanger Health System took over management that year.
Folks who visit Paradise Garden in Summerville, Ga., in June for the annual Finster Fest Art and Music Festival will be greeted by a new museum.
CLOUDLAND CANYON, Ga. — A dozen nature-lovers came Thursday night to Cloudland Canyon State Park — to talk business.
A dispute between Walker County, Ga., and its cities over how to split millions of dollars in sales tax revenue over 10 years took a step forward recently when an out-of-county judge was appointed to hear the case.
When Walker County, Ga., Sole Commissioner Bebe Heiskell held a community meeting Monday night at the Cedar Grove Community Center, a man complained about burned-out houses — and provided photos.
The only physician practicing on Lookout Mountain plans to stay on the mountain — despite a proposal that fell through for a new "town center" that was due to house a new doctor's office.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal recently signed into law a revamped Georgia Tourism Development Act — and that could mean Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park gets a tax break on SoakYa, its under-construction water park.
A group of Republican lawmakers in Atlanta wants to do away with Georgia's 6 percent income tax and replace it -- mainly by increasing taxes on sales and services.
Lynn Long, the mayor of Fort Oglethorpe, wasn't happy to have state lawmakers from this area establish a special committee to look into his city's charter.
In less than 30 days, LaFayette, Ga., should have a new park — complete with a caboose.
Georgia is turning over management of five state parks with upscale lodges and golf courses to a private company — and 141 park employees are losing their state jobs and benefits.
WALLACEVILLE, Ga. — A man who for years has piled wooden pallets along state Highway 341 west of Chickamauga, creating what county officials call an "eyesore," will be arraigned Saturday morning in LaFayette, Ga.
The city of Opelousas in Louisiana's Cajun country is "perfectly seasoned."
Dr. Julius Clements was a surgeon who tended Confederate soldiers wounded in battle near Tunnel Hill, Ga.
Georgia has relaxed class-size limits since 2009 because of the economic downturn — and they will stay relaxed at cash-strapped area school systems.
It's been about a decade since Dade County, Ga., voters decided to exempt residents 65 and older from paying school property tax on their primary homes.
Walker County, Ga., has its garbage trucked off for disposal 70 miles away in a landfill near Athens, Tenn.
Five months of construction work — compressed down to three minutes.
The age of consent is 16 in Georgia.
VARNELL, Ga. — The Dalton Police Department has joined "Team Glock."
Summerville, Ga., is looking for greener pastures — for its sewage sludge.
DALTON, Ga. — Endangered bats have put the brakes on a $57 million reconstruction of the Rocky Face interchange at Interstate 75 and U.S. 41.
How much in savings should a city or county keep in the bank?
Former Fort Oglethorpe Police Chief David Eubanks and Public Works Director Jeff Long will appeal their recent firings at daytime hearings April 22.
Efforts are afoot in Walker County, Ga., and LaFayette, its county seat, to loosen restrictions on alcohol.
When James Thompson first visited Gettysburg, Pa., he was struck by how so much of the small city related to Gettysburg Battlefield.
Now it's in the voters' hands.
A part-time Department of Driver Services office is due to open this summer in Trenton, Ga.
Now it’s in the voters’ hands.
Two issues that have sparked drama at recent Fort Oglethorpe City Council meetings will show up again on the agenda Monday night.
Catoosa County, Ga., residents soon should be able to sign up to get a phone call, email or text alerting them that a tornado, flood or other calamity is on the way.
Four roads in Catoosa County, Ga., will get makeovers this spring thanks to a $494,000 state grant and $281,000 generated by a county sales tax.
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, Ga. — "I can't spend any more time and money on this without knowing ... ," Developer Jimmy Chapin said.
When 4,800 landline phones in and around Dunlap, Tenn., stopped working for five hours early Tuesday morning because of an equipment failure, Sequatchie County's 911 system shut down, too.
Only a few pockets of people were still waiting for phone service to be restored around noon in Sequatchie County, Tenn., where an equipment failure early this morning knocked out landline phone service to some 4,800 customers as well as to many cell phones and the county’s 911 service.
Officials say a glitch has been fixed in a new computerized phone system that alerts Walker County, Ga., residents about impending natural disasters such as tornadoes, wildfires and floods.
Georgia state Sen. Jeff Mullis, R-Chickamauga, introduced a resolution calling for the creation of a seven-person Fort Oglethorpe Charter Study Committee to look into recent controversial city actions.
National Park Service planning events to commemorate anniversary of Civil War battles here.
San Francisco marked 1967 as the “Summer of Love.”
Cravens House was a landmark during the Civil War, when the white house halfway up Lookout Mountain was a target for Union artillery aiming from Moccasin Bend.
More details came to light this week in the resignation Monday of LaFayette, Ga., City Manager Frank Etheridge.
A vote related to Sunday alcohol sales that Jeff Long made as a Catoosa County commissioner cost him his day job as director of public works for Fort Oglethorpe.
Clay Kissner could have let voters in Fort Oglethorpe decide in November whether stores and restaurants can sell alcohol on Sundays.
Walker County, Ga., was thrust into the international media spotlight 11 years ago when hundreds of uncremated bodies turned up at the Tri-State Crematory in the unincorporated community of Noble.
The woman who wrote paychecks for Dade County, Ga., employees tendered her resignation Friday after weeks of scrutiny by county officials into charges she padded her own paychecks.