|Whitfield County gets ready to hand out more than 500 smoke detectors
The Whitfield County Fire Department and American Red Cross – with help from Whitfield County CERT volunteers – will be going door to door Saturday, June 13 and again on Saturday, June 20th.
|Dalton Police make large meth bust
The Dalton Police Department’s Drug Unit took more than five pounds of methamphetamine off of the streets Wednesday night. Video
|Dalton kidnapping arrest
Officials say Dennis Watkins picked up a woman at the CVS and then held her against her will.
|Dalton Police Make Arrest for November Rare Coin Thefts
The coins were valued at around $37,000. Video
|Mohawk to buy IVC Group
Calhoun-based Mohawk Industries is already the world's largest floorcovering company.
It just announced plans to get even bigger. Video
|South Dug Gap Road in Whitfield County to Reopen on Monday
The complicated nature of the relocation meant the road has been closed since September of 2013. Video
|Whitfield County Sheriff's Deputies Need Your Help to Catch Burglar
If you know anything about this crime, please call the Whitfield County Sheriff's office.
|Call to Connect, helping residents with housing
Giving home advice Whitfield County residents. Video
|Whitfield County Sheriff's Deputies Make Meth Arrest after Car Chase
Officials say deputies tried to pull over 38-year-old Eric Lamar Gilbert's pickup truck. Video
|Judge for Whitfield and Murray County Loses Re-Election
Conasauga Judicial Court Judge David Blevins lost his re-election.
|GOLDEN APPLE: Alissa Taylor from Valley Point Elementary
Alissa Taylor helps students in many ways, but the Valley Point Elementary school teacher strives to help children develop a love a reading. Video
|Miraculous Mother Missi Roper Doesn't Know the Meaning of Free Time
Missi Roper loves working with children, even those who aren't hers. Whether she's helping out at school or on a basketball court, Missi aims to impact others by being a good role model and showing them how to be their best. Video
|Christa Penson Makes Skits Out of Math & Science Lessons
When Christa Penson was 9, she taught her 4 year old brother to read. That started her down a path of helping other students, as she worked her way through school. Now, she's the head of her own classroom at North Whitfield Middle School. Video