Bryant & Sons Mark the End of the Greatest Generation with the passing of...

A.M. "Jack" Bryant started Bryant and Sons in 1945 with his seven sons and three daughters.  After seven decades of serving Chattooga County Bryant...

Should we care the Blanchard era is over?

    When it was announced last Thursday that Billy Blanchard is vacating the presidency of CB&T early in 2017, the final paragraphs of an important...

Summerville to get a new restaurant: Jack’s

Summerville will have a new fast food establishment, as Jack’s Family Restaurants plans on opening a location in Chattooga County. The restaurant will be constructed...

Honeybee Bicycle Event Planned in Walker County

LaFayette, GA – The City of LaFayette, in cooperation with Walker County and Rock City, will hold a press conference on Wednesday, March 29th...

Column: Trion Drugs is Small Town Georgia

Last week, I stopped at Trion Drugs on my way back from Ringgold. I had been working all day, and needed to pick up...

Smart Spark Vape Starts a Spark in Summerville

Smart Spark Vape + Lounge, the nation’s first franchised vaping concept, is continuing its statewide expansion with the opening of its newest location in...

HUD Charges Facebook with Housing Discrimination Over Company’s Targeted Advertising Practices

According to HUD’s Charge, Facebook enabled advertisers to exclude people whom Facebook classified as parents; non-American-born; non-Christian; interested in accessibility; interested in Hispanic culture; or a wide variety of other interests that closely align with the Fair Housing Act’s protected classes.

Summerville’s Duck Derby Dynasty Returns

The second Ducky Derby has been planned for June 3 at the Depot in Summerville. The race time is 2 p.m. but the festivities for...

Korean brake manufacturer to locate U.S. Headquarters in Henry County

200 jobs and invest $20 million in its first North American manufacturing facility in McDonough, Georgia

Columbus, GA Positions Itself as Georgia’s Third Film Hub

"This initiative leverages the state's $9.5 billion film and entertainment industry with the Columbus Film Commission's newly designated $5 million Film Fund to bring a new industry and jobs to the city. "