Election supervisor Lowanna Vaughn displays a storeroom full of new voting machines that are supposed to make elections run more smoothly in Georgia. And they may, when poll workers and voters get used to them. But maybe not this year, she worries.

It's election year an...

Greetings! My name is Taylor Duncan! I am 24 years old from Dallas, Georgia, and I have autism. I am also the commissioner/director of the Alternative Baseball Organization, a 501c3 authentic baseball experience for teens 15+ and adults with autism and special needs ac...

6th Georgia Captain John Guinn Hanna was killed at Antietam on Sept. 17, 1862. Historical photo courtesy Neal Thompson.

Editor's Note: The following in an excerpt from the Civil War history blog of John Banks concerning the life and especially the death of Capt. John Ha...

Brian M. House, a Superior Court judge of the Lookout Mountain Circuit, has announced he will be seeking reelection in the nonpartisan election in 2020.

Judge House has served as Superior Court judge of the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit since January 1, 2009. The L...

These are arrests reported by the Dade County Sheriff’s Office for the week of Jan. 13-19. All arrestees are innocent unless or until proven guilty.

Jan. 13

FIRMAN, MICHELLE HOLT, 60, of Seymour, Tenn., was arrested for Disorderly Conduct, Driving without a Valid License...

Is there anything more welcome on a cold winter day than a bowl of chili? Red or white, vegetarian or with meat, it warms from the inside out.

Columbus introduced chiles to the Old World upon returning from his 1492 voyage. By 1600 they were known around the globe. Toda...

Dade First/Family Connections is holding its first Parent Café of the year and it is on Teen Internet Safety. The Sexual Assault Victim’s Advocacy Center will present the program. 

Parents and Teens will be in separate rooms learning safety tips on cyber bullying, inter...

On Saturday, February 1, at 2 p.m., Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park will present a special 45-minute program at the Moccasin Bend National Archeological District focusing on how the Cherokee felt under the influence of English trade and, ultimately,...

A couple of surprising developments came from this morning's release of personnel changes made by the Dade Board of Education at its executive session on Thursday: In addition to the teacher and coach reshuffles the public expected, Superintendent Jan Harris and the bo...

Here without further ado is the personnel list approved by the Dade County Board of Education at its Jan. 17 executive session, which the board and Dr. Jan Harris withheld until affected staff could be notified.

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