CenturyLink is the latest company to accuse Comcast of being a bully corporation. According to the Louisiana-based communications company, Comcast is blocking competition in many of its territories. The cable and internet giant argues that CenturyLink should be required to build their own network before being allowed into new communities–something big companies like AT&T aren’t required to do in places like North Georgia.
This Saturday August 30, 2014 the owners of "Uniktings!" at 7749 Nashville Street and "Above the Ridge," at 7767 Nashville St, would like to invite you to a ribbon cutting ceremony as we welcome one new and one renovated re-opening of these great businesses in downtown Ringgold.
The two stores are very close to each other, so we will be conducting the first ribbon cutting photo at "Above the Ridge" at 9:30 am. Please arrive a few minutes early.
Back in January, Jake and Julie Wade had a chance to purchase an existing ice cream shop in Ringgold. They decided to take it and enhance it by adding coffee service to the menu. The result is Legendairy Ice Cream and Coffee Shop, a charming ice cream and coffee shop located in the Food Lion shopping center on Poplar Springs Road. In addition to coffee, they also feature and sell local artwork and photography, as well as holding special events for families to enjoy.
The city of Ringgold got answers to some of the questions it has regarding the progress of its long-awaited pedestrian bridge Monday night, Aug. 25, and it looks like the project might finally begin soon.
After more than three years of discussion, planning, and cost analysis, the council unanimously approved accepting a bid on the bridge at the U.S. 41 overpass near the Depot on Jan. 27.
Catoosa County public schools launched the annual coupon book sale with presenting sponsor Weeks & Peters Insurance. The coupon book will be available in every school in the system until September 8.
Packed with great savings, the book includes a half-price oil change, discounts at restaurants and family entertainment centers. Catoosa school superintendent Denia Reese said it was a “win-win opportunity.”