A Summerville woman reported unauthorized withdrawals from her bank account earlier this week.
High school students from across the northwest Georgia region and members of the community will get a chance to explore various industrial careers and skilled trades when Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) holds its second Industrial Career Day of the year on Friday, Oct. 18, at the Whitfield Murray Campus in Dalton.
The Chattooga County Board of Education will hold their monthly work session coming up this evening at 6 PM.
A Centre man has been indicted by a Cherokee County Grand Jury on a charge of Attempted Murder. Anthony Matthew Gilreath, age 29, is currently being held in the Cherokee County Detention Center on a $200,000 bond.
October is Car Care Month, an ideal time to remind motorists that seasonal changes can have an adverse effect on a vehicle’s performance. AAA recommends as the weather cools, motorists should complete a seasonal vehicle checkup to maintain safety and maximize efficiency.
A former Georgia police officer was convicted on Monday in connection with the shooting death of an unarmed black man whom the officer had found wandering naked outside an apartment complex in 2015.
Step back in time on Sunday to a slower pace of life and enjoy an “Old Fashioned Sunday Dinner” at the Historic Summerville Depot coming up this Sunday.
Some local Cub Scouts had the opportunity to learn about public safety in Chattooga County earlier this week.
Governor Brian P. Kemp has announced that Ball Corporation, a provider of aluminum packaging for beverages, personal care, and household products, will expand its operations in Rome. The company will build a new aluminum cups manufacturing plant, creating more than 180 new jobs and investing more than $200 million in the project.