Here is the latest arrest report from the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office for Tuesday, January 21, 2020:
AAA-The Auto Club Group urges all motorists to slow down and move over for first responders, tow service operators, utility workers, and road crews working alongside multi-lane roadways. AAA announces the start of an ongoing Slow Down, Move Over campaign aimed at highlighting the Move Over law designed to reduce deaths and injuries on Georgia’s roadways.
Floyd has pledged $100,000 to the Georgia Healthy Family Alliance – $50,000 from the Floyd Healthcare Foundation – in an effort to stem tobacco use and the rising tide of vaping among youth in northwest Georgia.
Chattooga County Republicans have announced their meeting for next month and on the agenda are several candidates for local offices in Chattooga County.
The A.C. Carter Consolidated School Alumni Scholarship Committee will present a day of education, art, food, fellowship, music, and fun entitled ”Living The Dream” coming up next month to kick-off Black History Month in Chattooga County.
Judge Brian House, a Superior Court Judge of the Lookout Mountain Circuit, has announced he will be seeking re-election in the non- partisan election in 2020.
A Summerville man reported damage to a house on Givens Street to the Summerville Police Department.
Floyd HomeCare of Summerville today announced that it has been named a top agency of the 2019 HomeCare Elite, a recognition of the top-performing home health agencies in the United States. For 14 years, HomeCare Elite has annually identified the top 25 percent of Medicare-certified agencies and highlighted the top 100 and top 500 agencies overall.
A Floyd County man and a Cherokee County, Alabama woman were arrested on Sunday and charged with being in possession of methamphetamine in Floyd County.
Parents of current ChattoogaCounty Schools 8th-grade students should mark their calendars for Rising Freshmen Night at CHS. The event will be held Wednesday, January 29th, at 6pm in the CHS cafeteria. The event will allow parents and students to meet 9th-grade teachers, learn about the curriculum and tour the school. For more information contact CHS Counselor Mrs. Barbara Wallace at 706-857-2402.