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DALTON – July 12, 2021 – Gilmer County board member and behavioral health advocate Leland Johnson was elected chair of the Highland Rivers Health governing board at the board’s … more
A 47-year-old Chatsworth woman was killed in a two-car accident in Calhoun on Saturday, according to the Georgia State Patrol.Letitia D. Whitener suffered fatal injuries in the wreck, which occured … more
ATLANTA - The expanded federal child tax credit Congress passed this year is expected to lift nearly 700,000 Georgia children out of poverty, including about 470,000 Black children, child advocacy … more
ATLANTA -- | Last week, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced his selection of appointments to five Senate Study Committees. Among the list of members, Sen. Chuck Payne (R – Dalton) was chosen to … more
Large crowds turned out in Eton on Friday and in Chatsworth on Saturday to celebrate Independence Day with food, fellowship and fireworks. Both fireworks shows were well received by … more
The Department of Veterans Affairs has added three presumptives to its list of illnesses caused by Agent Orange: bladder cancer, hypothyroidism and Parkinsonism.The new ones are added to: AL … more
The Chatsworth-Murray Library will return to full service on July 6, offering all services without requiring appointments or placing limits on the amount of time you can visit the library. Library … more
ATLANTA - The controversial election bill the Republican-controlled General Assembly passed in March garnered the most publicity by far of anything lawmakers did during this year’s session.But … more
CHATSWORTH – A Dalton woman was convicted of four counts of sexual abuse of a child Wednesday in Murray County Superior Court. Linda Sherwood, 46 years old and formerly of 515 Parkside Place, … more
A pair of kittens make a temporary playpen out of a basket left outside a residence in Chatsworth. more
The Murray Arts Council will present its 6th annual summer children’s theatre production, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” on July 22-25. The show, directed by MAC … more
U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock visited the Appalachian Regional Port at Crandall on Monday. Warnock toured the facility, which opened in 2018, and answered a few questions from reporters. The stop in … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this week extended through July 31, the moratorium on evictions of the hundreds-of-thousands of Americans who live in … more
WHITE– In an effort to ease travel through and within our state during the Fourth of July weekend, the Georgia Department of Transportation (Georgia DOT) will suspend construction-related … more
ATLANTA - The University System of Georgia Board of Regents Wednesday named state government veteran Teresa MacCartney acting chancellor of the system while the board continues its search for a … more
There’s work still to be done at the Chatsworth-Murray County Library, but the newly revamped facility at 706 Old Dalton Ellijay Rd. is once again welcoming visitors. Extensive refurbishment … more
CHATTANOOGA – CHI Memorial announced today its plans to build a new hospital in Catoosa County, Georgia. “We are thrilled to see this endeavor move forward for our North Georgia … more
ATLANTA - Georgia is about to join 25 other mostly Republican-led states in cutting off supplemental federal unemployment benefits before the Biden administration ends the program in September.On … more
The Office of Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene is seeking interns in the Washington, D.C. office for the Fall 2021 session, running from September to December. Applicants should be highly … more
ATLANTA – Dr. Craig Carter, a 20-year, award-winning, National Board Certified teacher, has joined the Georgia Association of Educators (GAE) as its new executive director. Dr. Carter was … more
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