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Commissioner Greg Hogan said on Tuesday that the county this week received $3.894 million in federal funds via the American Rescue Plan Act. Hogan said another $3.894 million is due in a year. The … more
For the second year in a row the Chatsworth Lions Club is undertaking its annual fundraiser via social media. Concerns with COVID means the club won’t have its annual banquet and drawing but … more
A six-month moratorium on new “commercial agricultural development” in the county will come to an end on Sept. 17, Commissioner Greg Hogan said at his monthly meeting on Tuesday.The … more
DALTON – Highland Rivers Community Service Board, d.b.a. Highland Rivers Health, has received a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) … more
ATLANTA - With Georgia’s finances in better shape than last year at this time, the General Assembly is expected to consider tax relief this winter aimed at low- and middle-income Georgia … more
We need your help like never before. The pandemic—its current surge driven by the highly transmissible Delta variant—continues to spread throughout Northwest Georgia and is quickly … more
Don't count your money before it's in hand, of course. But word is that the Social Security increase we see in January could be as much as 6.1%, the largest since 1983.For the average benefit … more
  Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in the community and for the safety of patients and health care workers, AdventHealth Murray has updated its visitor policy to include a "no visitation" … more
After a pandemic-caused cancellation in 2020, the Whitfield-Murray Historical Society will once again host the Model Train Expo at the Chatsworth Depot. The event, which is free to the public, is … more
(This is an extended version of the story published in The Times this week. ) Pauline Beam was taking some of her vacation time from work, laying under the Murray County sun to work on her tan. … more
The “all new” Murray County Chamber of Commerce hosted its first annual meeting at Cohutta Springs Conference Center last Wednesday. Author and public speaker Pamela Mumm delivered the … more
The drive-thru flu shot clinics, conducted by county health departments in the North Georgia Health District will allow residents to stay safely in their vehicles while health department staff wear … more
Dalton State College launched the public phase of a major fundraising campaign this week. The campaign goal is $16.5 million, and $15.2 million toward that goal has already been raised. “This … more
ATLANTA – Labor Day weekend is around the corner and as Georgians are preparing to mark the unofficial end of summer – whether that’s hitting the road or staying parked on their … more
ATLANTA - Cases of COVID-19 in Georgia have surged to levels not seen since the virus peaked last January, a public health expert warned this week.New cases statewide are nearing 8,000 a day, … more
 ATLANTA – With temperatures frequently exceeding 90 degrees across much of the state and the heat index near 100, Georgia Power is reminding customers that the company offers energy … more
Three Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) Industrial Systems Technology students from the Whitfield Murray Campus (WMC) in Dalton received The Governor Nathan Deal Technical Education … more
Don't count your money before it's in hand, of course. But word is that the Social Security increase we see in January could be as much as 6.1%, the largest since 1983.For the average benefit … more
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) is investigating Whirling Disease (WHD) and Infectious Hematopoietic Necrosis Virus (IHNV) in … more
ATLANTA - The Georgia Board of Education adopted new mathematics standards Thursday that move away from the multistate Common Core standards conservatives have opposed as a federal takeover of … more
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