Judge Jon Dennis seeks second term

Jon Dennis qualified this week to run for his second full term for State Court Judge, a part-time position. Dennis graduated from Georgia State School...

Local Democrats to host breakfast honoring all law enforcement and emergency workers in Chattooga...

Press Release The 15th anniversary of the terrorist’s attacks on September 11, 2001 will be coming up next month. The anniversary of the attacks on...

John Brady to seek Commissioner Post

Chattooga County resident John Brady qualified today to run as a Republican for the County Commissioner position. Brady will be facing off against incumbent Jason...

A Penny for Your Budget

Republican Sole Commissioner, Jason Winters, cited many reasons that Chattooga County was so dependent upon property taxes at the recent tax increase meetings.  One...

Tax Commissioner Joy Hampton gives 2018 Property Tax Update

Tax Commissioner Joy Hampton gives 2018 Property Tax Update

Tony Carroll New City Manager

The City of Summerville held a special called meeting on Monday September 19th. The meeting covered the appointment of Tracy Maddux as the Assistant...

City of Summerville to vote on Hiking Water, Sewer and Gas Rates

The City of Summerville is in the red according to interim City Manager Janice Galloway. The City is considering raising water, sewer, and gas rates in order to generate an additional $222,242.40 in revenues. The City is also considering raising service charges and fee schedules. 

City of Summerville Special Called Meeting/Budget Meeting Agenda

Attached is the agenda for Tuesday's City of Summerville Council meeting. It will be held at the Fairway Community Center.

House Secures Conservative Victories in Funding Bill, Protects Americans from Tax Hikes

Press release: Washington, Dec 18 - U.S. Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) this week voted for and the House passed legislation to keep the government open and...

Feud Continues as Commissioner Moves to Seize Wages

In August of 2017, Chattooga County Commissioner, Jason Winters, was informed of figures in the county audit that he characterized as "troubling." After taking...