The W Road has reopened, county highway department officials said Friday afternoon.
Later in the evening, Roberts Mill Road was reopened.
The roads up Waldens Ridge had been closed due to inclement weather.
October 24, 2014
The Hamilton County Highway Department announced the W Road will be closed Tuesday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. for general maintenance and clean up. (click for more)
The Dalton Police Department said goodbye to one of its own Friday as longtime employee Brad Jones celebrated his retirement from the agency. Mr. Jones served the department as a civilian ... (click for more)
Nooga Barrel Racing Clubwill host a HORSEtravanza at Yates Farm on Saturday, Nov. 1, beginning at 11 a.m. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. There will be door prizes, ... (click for more)
The Dalton Police Department said goodbye to one of its own Friday as longtime employee Brad Jones celebrated his retirement from the agency. Mr. Jones served the department as a civilian employee. He joined the DPD in 1988 as a dispatcher. Mr. Jones served as a dispatcher until 1994 when he moved into the property and evidence room as a P&E custodian. He retired ... (click for more)
Additions and improvements are coming to Camp Jordan Arena in the near future. At the Thursday night meeting of the East Ridge city council, approval was given for buying new playground equipment. It will come from Gametime, a locally-based company. The VP of Marketing lives in East Ridge and made a proposal to set up the playground at Camp Jordan so his company could use it for ... (click for more)
Damon Lee Jones, 15, was killed Thursday night in an ATV accident in Walker County. It was reported he was riding with a 17-year old, when they tried to enter a church parking lot, but ran into a cable barrier. The accident happened on Dunwoody Road in LaFayette. The other rider, identified as Timothy J. Wallin, was not injured. (click for more)
Tom was my boss for most of my 36 years at Carta. At the ceremony where I was awarded my 30-year service award, Tom said, "Don disagrees with 85% of my decisions, but I wish I had 80 more employees just like him." This kind of indicates our relationship. When I asked him to help with my plans for a reunion for the group of Veterans that I served with in Vietnam, he quickly ... (click for more)
I suspect you’ve heard by now that a doctor in New York City, who volunteers with “Doctors Without Borders,” just got back from the African nation of Guinea on October 17 – last Friday – and on Thursday tested positive for the deadly Ebola virus. Luckily, he came in actual contact with only a few people but he reportedly rode a subway, took a taxi, went on a three-mile run and ... (click for more)