Here is the latest arrest report from the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office.
A Fort Payne, Alabama man reported a burglary to the Summerville Police Department this week, after he discovered that a house he owns in Summerville had been broken into.
Five Chattooga High School students have been placed in a Mohawk Apprenticeship program this year.
Leroy Massey Elementary School has announced two events. The first is at Title I Milestone Night….”Batter Up” will feature free concessions and will encourage students as they prepare for testing. Students are being encouraged to “Come gear up and get Test ready, to knock it OUT of the park.” The Title I Milestone Night will be held on Thursday, April 26th from 5-6 PM. The second event is Title I “Family Literacy and Social Studies Night” which will be held the same evening, Thursday April 26th from 5 – 6:30 PM. “Pop In for Popsicle and Pizza” which encourages families to improve their reading and social studies skills together. Mark you calendar for these events next Thursday, April 26th at Leroy Massey Elementary School.
The Chattooga County Library has two exciting events planned for the month of May.
The 2018 Chattooga County Agricultural Fair will be here very soon! This makes the fifth year since the fair returned to Chattooga County in 2013.
The Summerville Police Department has investigated two separate reports of vandalism to a vehicle recently.
Chattooga County EMA has announced that all tornado sirens in the county will be tested at the same time each month.
A high speed chase that started in Chattooga County wound up in Floyd County with state troopers performing a PIT maneuver to stop the suspect.