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Chattooga Academy Celebrates 57 Graduates Last Year

Having incomplete or erroneous information is not necessarily a bad thing. Unless you hastily take that incorrect information and blast in on social media in an attempt to demean the performance of students and faculty who have been recognized by the state for exemplary performance.

City Manager Finalists Announced

The City of Summerville has released the three finalists for the City Manager position. “The City of Summerville Mayor and Council would like to release...

Eight mobile homes sold on courthouse steps

The 4th tax sale for 2018 was held today, October 2nd.  58 mobile homes with delinquent bills dating back as far as 2013 were...

Brad Hayes Ethic Case Fact Check

Brad Hayes, a Republican candidate for Chattooga County Board of Education, was asked to explain an ethics violation that resulted in the Professional Standards Commission suspending his teaching license for five days in 2011.

Chattooga County Republican Party Paid for ‘Make Our School Great Again’ and ‘Five Day...

"The signs were paid for by the party as a whole," Chairman Johnny Brady told AllOnGeorgia Tuesday morning. 

Tax Bills are arriving

Tax Commissioner Joy Hampton issued the following information regarding tax bills:

Board of Education candidate Weesner releases brochure

Democratic Board of Education candidate (seat 4) Larry Weesner has released a brochure before the general election cycle.

City of Summerville to repair three tennis courts

The City of Summerville approved to repair the front three tennis courts located at the Summerville Recreation Center at the August meeting.

Community Leaders Discuss Future of Policing

Concerns over spending on law enforcement prompted councilmen Joe Money and Earl Parris to invite a consultant to speak to local officials regarding the possibilities of creating a county-wide "metro-police" force that could offset costs.