The National Weather Service in Peachtree City, Georgia has issued a Flood Warning for the Chattooga River.
Here is the latest arrest report from the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office for Tuesday, February 19, 2019:
Jesse Blalock (left), Jorja Cooper (top right) Mia Crider (bottom left)
Several Chattooga County Agriculture students have advanced to state competition. The students have submitted their “Supervised Agricultural Experience” for judging.
A Georgia lawmaker is seeking protection for people who break into cars to rescue pets in hot weather.
A case of trespassing led to a report of damage to home on Kelly Street in Summerville.
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr says consumers need to keep their guard up because tax-related scams are likely going to increase as tax season gets underway.
The Georgia Supreme Court has struck down a provision of the state’s DUI law.
A convenience store work in Summerville reported a theft over the past weekend. The man told police that surveillance cameras show that two women stole parts from his car that was parked outside the store.
Gas prices in Georgia are on the rise and prices could get even more expensive this week. Oil and wholesale gasoline prices surged to their highest levels since November. The state average could soon jump another 10 cents as a result.
The National Weather Service in Peachtree City, Georgia has issued a Flood Watch that is in effect from Tuesday through Friday morning. Three to six inches of additional rainfall is expected which could lead to flooding. High water could persist for several days after the rain. See details below: