Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) and Grant Writing USA will present a two-day grant writing workshop on the Floyd County Campus in Rome, July 26-27.
Chattooga County 4-H will once again be selling Georgia Freestone peaches as a fundraiser this year.
THE ALABAMA BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES DENIED PAROLE FOR JUDITH ANN NEELEY. NEELLEY WILL AGAIN BE ELIGIBLE FOR PAROLE IN 2023.
Chattooga County Sheriff Mark Schrader spoke with AM 1180 this morning and said that he traveled to Montgomery, Alabama last night to be at the parole hearing for convicted murderer Judith Ann Neelley. Sheriff Schrader said that in the unlikely event that the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles should grant parole to Neelley, he will pick her up and bring her back to Georgia to serve time in Georgia prison on a murder conviction with a life sentence. We will have more on this story as word from Montgomery becomes available.
Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit Superior Court Judge Ralph Van Pelt won reelection in a non-partisan race on Tuesday, defeating his challenger Melissa Hise.
This fall there will be contested races for all three races for the Chattooga County Board of Education. Two Republicans were running for a chance to unseat Chattooga County Board of Education Chairman and Menlo – Democrat, Eddie Massey. Chattooga County Republican voters chose Menlo businessman Sammy Ballard in yesterday’s Primary Election.
Here is the latest arrest report from the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office.
Hunter Hines, a cranio warrior, is working alongside his family to raise awareness for a condition known as Craniosyntosis. Hunter, born with this condition, wants to give back to the non profit that so generously gave to him during his surgery.
A Trion man was arrested after trying to convince a sheriff’s deputy that he was someone else.
The Chattooga County Sheriff’s Department was called to a Summerville residence recently due to a forty-two-year-old woman harassing her parents.