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When Rep. Ron Forster, R-Ringgold, decided not to run for another term as the House member from District 3, he left the field wide open in the heavily Republican district that covers most of Catoosa County and part of Whitfield County.
Chattanooga is a natural at attracting retirees, and a couple of concerted efforts have built on that advantage.
In one short school year, Ooltewah High School coach Norma Nelson has seen some of the best — and the worst — of her students.
County elections officials in North Georgia are preparing for record turnout in next month’s primary and even more in November, based on the increase in new voter registration.
The barn at Greenway Farm that burned to the ground in April will be rebuilt, hopefully in time for the next peak summer season of the city’s OutVenture program, Chattanooga officials said.
Georgia officials continue to fight a lawsuit by 51 mostly rural school districts, including Murray County, that claims a lack of state money prevents them from providing an “adequate” education for students.
Despite tens of thousands of people flocking downtown for the Riverbend Festival, Greyfriar’s, a coffee shop on Broad Street, closes down about five hours earlier this week.
As families look to cut expenses in tough economic times, the rite of summer camp isn’t one of them.
The barbecue pits are already smoking along M.L. King Boulevard, and lucky lunchers might be able to find a vendor or two already willing to sell a taste of tonight’s Bessie Smith Strut.