Mrs. Patricia Lee Collins Smith, age 68 of Summerville, passed away Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at the Redmond Regional Medical Center.
Here is the latest arrest report from the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office for Thursday, March 21, 2019:
Mrs. Patti Thompson Willingham, age 50 of Summerville, went to be with the Lord on March 19, 2019 suddenly at the Floyd Medical Center.
MR. JACKIE RAY SHROPSHIRE – Age 68, of Summerville, Georgia passed away Saturday, March 16, 2019 at Oak View Healthcare.
A national survey of health rankings was released this week that ranks each county in the United States according to factors that affect the population’s health. The rankings are produced from studies by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and are considered to be one of the best snapshots of the nation’s overall health numbers. Chattooga County fared below the Georgia average in almost every category, with a couple of notable exceptions.
The Chattooga County Board of Education has a scheduled meeting this evening, and a long list of speakers are expected in the public comment portion of the meeting. According to an agenda released yesterday, the public participation portion of the meeting is scheduled at the beginning. A scheduled tour of schools in the Chattooga County School system that was scheduled for today was canceled abruptly on Wednesday with Board of Education members citing a “scheduling conflict.”
Details in the murder of eleven-year-old Amberly Bartlett from DeKalb County, Alabama earlier this month have been released this week.
According to Summerville Police, a seventy-year-old woman was chased by a pit bull and received minor injuries while escaping from the animal.