Fort Oglethorpe isn't wasting any time legalizing Sunday alcohol sales, which voters approved Tuesday night.
Champagne lovers can pop corks in celebration in Fort Oglethorpe -- on Sundays -- since voters there on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved Sunday sales of beer, wine and liquor in restaurants and package beer and wine sales.
One penny at a time, shoppers in Walker County, Ga., will pay for new sheriff's patrol cars, a splash park in LaFayette and "Jaws of Life" crash extrication equipment in Rossville.
Orma Luckey has been elections superintendent for the city of Fort Oglethorpe since 2007.
Will Fort Oglethorpe voters approve Sunday alcohol sales? Will a slate of new council members there win the struggle for control of City Hall?
Walker County needs to pay roughly $79,000 to former State Court Judge Bruce E. Roberts in salary plus attorney's fees Roberts incurred in a 2012 lawsuit against the county, according to a recent ruling.
Hutcheson Medical Center has a special place in Roger Forgey's heart.
A clip from a 1992 Hallmark movie has become the latest political fodder in the bitter contest for control of City Hall in Fort Oglethorpe.
Senior citizens in Dade County, Ga., can choose not to pay any school property taxes, regardless of what their home's worth.
A slate of three Fort Oglethorpe City Council candidates has come under attack in a sneaky way.
A giant green neon frog may jump again in downtown Chattanooga.
The Georgia Department of Transportation plans to replace the aging State Route 299 bridge over Interstate 24 in Dade County.
Proposals to manage Hutcheson Medical Center were due at 2 p.m. Thursday.
They look like ketchup packets, smell like fish and are being dropped by the thousands on Chattanooga.
A groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday will mark the beginning of Chattanooga State Community College's future home in Marion County, Tenn.
Almost a year to the day after it closed, the Georgia Highway 136 bridge over West Chickamauga Creek in western Walker County has reopened — and it's completely new.
Rome, Ga.'s, downtown wasn't revitalized in a day — and revitalizing downtown Rossville won't happen overnight.
Former Fort Oglethorpe City Councilman Charles Sharrock hasn't served for almost a year since being ousted for sexually harassing three female employees — but the city still pays his $708 monthly salary and another $250 each month toward his supplemental Medicare insurance.
The city of Fort Oglethorpe may get its own ethics board and a new code of ethics.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case today that could result in the elimination of the $123,200 limit on individual donations to federal elections during the current two-year campaign cycle.
Walker County, Ga., will pay a $10,000 fine for not having the proper environmental permits when it built a 28-space recreational vehicle park at county-owned Mountain Cove Farms Resort for the Battle of Chickamauga reenactment held there Sept. 19-22.
Homer Kemp hoped to cross an item off his "bucket list." He planned to stand amidst the 9,387 headstones at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial overlooking Omaha Beach and contemplate the sacrifice made by the buried American soldiers there who died in World War II.
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Annoyance and anger are common responses among Chattanooga-area residents to the federal government shutdown -- mirroring polls that show Americans oppose the suspension of a wide range of federal services by a ratio of about three to one.
In the course of studying the founding fathers, the three branches of federal government and checks and balances, an eighth-grader wondered aloud how anything ever gets done in Washington.
Tammy Davis, a Fort Oglethorpe police detective whose sexual harassment complaint helped get Councilman Charles Sharrock kicked off the City Council last year, now says she's the victim of a hostile work environment created by the council, Mayor Lynn Long and police Chief Jeff Holcomb.
A state authority will help Fort Oglethorpe do some detective work to help figure out why the city's water system appears to be losing a lot of water.
When the National Muscadine Festival is held this weekend in downtown Sweetwater, Tenn., visitors will be in a newly certified "Tennessee Main Street" community.
A woman accused of misspending government funds at a senior living facility called "Living the Dream" in Cookeville, Tenn., could wind up living in prison if convicted of theft and fraud charges leveled against her by a federal grand jury.
Amber De Vaux Madaris had never heard of hemolytic uremic syndrome, a rare consequence of food poisoning that is the single biggest cause of acute kidney failure in children.
McLEMORE'S COVE, Ga. — Choking clouds of dust swallowed up Civil War soldiers 150 years ago at the Battle of Chickamauga.
McLEMORE'S COVE, Ga. — When the cashier at Mountain Cove Farms' general store mistakenly charged Charles Lindsey for an extra 12-pack of beer Friday afternoon, he was unfazed.
Cathy Callen always knew her family had history in Tennessee.
For Scarlett O’Hara in “Gone with the Wind,” nothing was more important than saving Tara, the family’s mansion and plantation.
There was a glitch five years ago when Vice President Dick Cheney came to the 145th anniversary re-enactment of the Battle of Chickamauga to honor his great-grandfather Samuel Fletcher Cheney, who saw action in the bloody Civil War battle as a sergeant with the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
Hutcheson Medical Center is for lease — or for sale.
A proposed $35 million bailout of Hutcheson Medical Center is on hold.
The Catoosa County Commission held off on a proposed $35 million bailout of Hutcheson Medical Center at a meeting this morning.
Hutcheson Medical Center today will issue a request for proposals to lease its Fort Oglethorpe hospital and other medical facilities to a new health care partner.
County and city officials in Walker County, Ga., are on the cusp of approving an agreement to share some $50 million worth of sales tax revenue over the next decade.
Chicken is temporarily off the menu at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's most popular cafeteria because it's suspected of causing severe "digestive distress" for 25 students and staff who ate there.
A 50 percent federal tax on ammunition and a 20 percent federal tax on guns — up from 11 percent on both now — has been proposed by two Democratic lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Dietz Road, one of Catoosa County's busier roads, is getting a full makeover.
McLEMORE'S COVE, Ga. — Both the North and South used hot air balloons to study troop movements during the Civil War.
Hutcheson Medical Center plans to sell its nursing home, Parkside at Hutcheson, as the publicly owned Fort Oglethorpe hospital looks for a new partner to manage its operations.
Restaurants connected to hotels can be popular in Chattanooga.
Catoosa County, Ga., commissioners voted Tuesday morning to get $35 million in debt off Hutcheson Medical Center's back while the Fort Oglethorpe hospital looks for a new partner to manage its operations.
The Catoosa County Commission voted this morning to issue $35 million in bond anticipation notes immediately to help refinance Hutcheson Medical Center’s debt.
The Hiwassee College Tiger has given birth to "cubs."
A brand of synthetic marijuana marketed as “Crazy Clown” and “Herbal Madness” recently sent eight people to the hospital in Brunswick, Ga.