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Ringgold residents upset with new methadone clinic coming to town

A number of Ringgold residents and business owners are upset about a methadone clinic set to open less than a mile from historic downtown.

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Ringgold to research details, but still open to creating dog park in town

After a couple of years of discussion, the city of Ringgold seems primed to begin seriously looking at creating a dog park in town so community members can have a nice outdoor place to take their pets.

During the most recent council meeting on Monday night, July 11, Mayor Nick Millwood spoke about the benefits of having a park in town and how much he thinks local pet owners would use and appreciate it.

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Ringgold man arrested after reporting false stabbing

A Ringgold man was arrested for allegedly lying to authorities, claiming another man had stabbed him, police say.

According to the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department:

Jason Michael Tilley, 38, of Agappa Lane, was arrested Wednesday, July 6, on a single charge of false report of a crime.

The incident occurred around 7 a.m. when Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to Agappa Lane in reference requested welfare check.

While traveling to the residence, deputy Coby Cunningham was notified that a person had been stabbed in the arm, reports show.

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Ringgold pedestrian dies after being struck by drunk driver

The family of a 28-year-old Catoosa County woman is in mourning after she was fatally hit by a drunk driver on Sam Lewis Road on Thursday evening, June 30.

According to the Georgia State Patrol Post 5 in Dalton, Kimberly Teague Dotson died after she was struck while out enjoying a walk with her sister.

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City of Ringgold receives 2016 National Main Street Accreditation

city of ringgold national main street accreditation

The City of Ringgold has been designated as an accredited Main Street America™ program for meeting rigorous performance standards set by the National Main Street Center. Each year, the National Main Street Center and its Coordinating Program partners announce the list of accredited Main Street America programs in recognition of their exemplary commitment to preservation-based economic development and community revitalization through the Main Street Approach®.

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Ringgold’s annual 1890’s Day festival a big a family favorite over Memorial Day weekend

The annual 1890’s Day Jamboree in Ringgold was a big hit over the Memorial Day weekend, and thousands of people crowded the historic downtown district to enjoy fun, music, food, and a number of crafts and activities.

With the sun beaming and the aroma of gator-on-a-stick in the air, festival-goers were treated to some new activities this year and an increased number of vendors.

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Authorities investigating church burglaries in Ringgold

Police are investigating two church burglaries that occurred early Sunday morning, May 15, in which several thousands of dollars worth of sound equipment was stolen.

According to the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department, deputies responded to a security alarm going off at Ebenezer Baptist Church on Hackett Road around 6:26 a.m. and found that the church had been forcibly opened and items were missing.

About 10 minutes later, Ringgold police responded to a burglar alarm at Faith Baptist Church at 308 Boynton Drive, where they also found that church had been entered.

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Four arrested in Ringgold drug bust, pot operation discovered

Two men and two women were arrested Friday afternoon, April 30, on drug charges after detectives discovered an indoor marijuana growth while trying to serve an unrelated warrant.

According to the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department:

William Robert Holcomb, Robert Frank Brooks and Kelle Ann Schorle, all of Ringgold, and Jordan Kara Murdock of Rock Spring were arrested April 29 on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of tools for the commission of a crime.

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Remembering the tornado, five years later: “Everyone just came together and helped each other”

On April 27, 2011, Lori Atkins Carter stood on her front porch on Lookout Mountain staring out at the destruction of a tornado that had just hit her Hinkle neighborhood.

“I looked into the distance,” says Carter, “and I saw it wasn’t over. There was horrible pink and lime green lightning, like fireworks — it was another tornado, the one that hit Ringgold.”

Carter says she’s a weather watcher and had been keeping an eye on forecasts that day. When it became clear danger was on the horizon, she and two of her children went to their basement.

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Catoosa County Crime Stoppers: Ringgold, Tunnel Hill homes burglarized

· Between 7 p.m. on April 11 and 9:30 a.m. on April 12, a residential burglary occurred on Nellie Head Road in Tunnel Hill, in which more than $1,200 worth of property was stolen.

The victim told police someone broke into the house during the nighttime hours by forcing their way through the back door.

Neighbors were interviewed. They reported not seeing anybody at the residence during the timeframe the incident occurred.

Two firearms, two lawn mowers, a laptop computer, miscellaneous tools, and an Xbox 360 were taken during the incident.

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