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The massive oak tree that sheltered Confederate Gen. Braxton Bragg when he planned the Battle of Chickamauga may be long gone, but this city has never forgotten its Civil War heritage.
Descendants of some who served with the armies of the Confederacy are celebrating their Southern heritage this weekend at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park.
With the PUD postponed, a new comprehensive plan is in store
The change in how Lookout Mountain, Ga., will go about planning future development could be good, even though it has delayed his plans for a community development, Frank Brock said.
A change in how Lookout Mountain, Ga., will plan future development could be good, although it has delayed plans for a community development, Frank Brock said.
LAFAYETTE, Ga. — The oldest brick schoolhouse in Georgia becomes home to the state’s newest museum next week.
A restored and expanded memorial to veterans of the U.S. military was dedicated Friday in the heart of Rossville.
Unemployment rose to record highs across North Georgia last month as the slowing economy continued to lead to layoffs and job cuts across the region.
Review and analysis of the controversial planned unit development ordinance for Lookout Mountain, Ga., is the focus of a special called meeting tonight of the Lookout Mountain City Council.
Remote monitoring of probationers is saving money for Dalton and easing overcrowding at the Whitfield County Jail — and those are helping save jobs, officials said.