22 properties scheduled for July 3rd Tax Sale

The next tax sale for Chattooga County is scheduled for Tuesday, July 3rd. A listing of properties slated for that sale are listed below. There are 22 properties scheduled for July's sale- mostly vacant/abandoned properties. The sale will begin at 10:00 AM on the courthouse steps. A mobile home tax sale is also planned for later this year, Tax Commissioner Joy Hampton said. 

Mosteller for State Superintendent Campaign Addresses Democrats

Samuel Mosteller is a native of Summerville, attended Chattooga County public schools and a graduate of  West Georgia College. 

Chattooga County Republican Party Opposes Property and Sales Tax Increases

At Chattooga County Republican Party's May meeting, treasurer, David Duke, proposed a resolution clearly stating how the local republican party feels about taxation. The...

Rep. Eddie Lumsden Speaks about Hands Free Law

State Representative Eddie Lumsden addressed the Chattooga County Republican Party Monday evening at the regular May meeting. Lumsden gave an update from the legislative...

Long Live the King: A Brief History of Chattooga’s Sole Commissioner

Since 1957, Chattooga County has been one of the few counties in the United States controlled by a single person, the Sole Commissioner. In...

Local Democrats Hear Congressional Candidate Steve Foster

Steve Foster, the Democratic candidate for the 14th Congressional seat, addressed the Chattooga County Democratic Party on Monday, April 23, 2018. A retired physician and...

Neelley still faces sentences in Chattooga County according to Sheriff Schrader

Chattooga County, Georgia Sheriff Mark Schrader released the letter he wrote to the Alabama Pardons and Parole Board, assuring them that Chattooga County will...

60 Properties on Tax Sale list for April 3rd Tax Sale

According to Tax Commissioner Joy Hampton 60 properties remain on the tax sale list for the April 3rd tax sale.  Another 150 have been sent to...

Tree Project to bring Vintage Historical Look Back to Downtown Summerville

The landscape of Downtown Summerville from 1900 through the 1950s included a feature that has been gone too long for some residents; trees. Until,...

Board of Education Qualifiers

Qualifying for the November Board of Education election ended at noon on Friday. All three incumbents will be facing opposition as the debate rages over...