Dalton Police Hold Car Seat Check Saturday

Friday, September 20, 2019

The Dalton Police Department will be hosting a car seat check event Saturday from 1-4 p.m. at the Dalton Fire Department’s Station #2 at 1024 Abutment Road.

Certified car seat technicians will be on hand to check car seats for proper installation and also to ensure that kids are in the proper seat for their age, size, and weight.

The event is free to the public. 


3 Cities Successfully Complete 2019 Community Accelerator Program

Aslinger Road Reopened

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Three cities in the greater Chattanooga region - Dayton, LaFayette, and Bridgeport, Al. - have completed the 2019 Thriving Communities program of Thrive Regional Partnership. They are now eligible ... (click for more)

The Hamilton County Highway Department reports the bridge replacement that has been taking place in the 1900 block of Aslinger Road in Sale Creek is now complete. The road is now open to ... (click for more)

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Happenings

3 Cities Successfully Complete 2019 Community Accelerator Program

Three cities in the greater Chattanooga region - Dayton, LaFayette, and Bridgeport, Al. - have completed the 2019 Thriving Communities program of Thrive Regional Partnership. They are now eligible to apply for a $20,000 seed grant from the Lyndhurst Foundation to kickstart their incubated strategies for local, asset-based community vibrancy and growth. Thriving Communities ... (click for more)

Aslinger Road Reopened

The Hamilton County Highway Department reports the bridge replacement that has been taking place in the 1900 block of Aslinger Road in Sale Creek is now complete. The road is now open to all traffic. (click for more)

Breaking News

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Opinion

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It seems a week doesn't go by, sometimes more in one week, without Roy or someone writing some coded messages denigrating inner-city schools and the students (using another code-hint hint) that attend inner-city schools. Which reminded me of something from decades ago about teachers from foreign countries perhaps making better instructors for inner city students. At least those ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Same Ole ‘Bored’

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