AdventHealth CEO Terry Shaw was a guest Sunday on CBS’ "Face the Nation" television show, one of the longest-running news programs on air, to talk about the organization’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Shaw shared how AdventHealth is managing supplies and hospital bed capacities to cont…

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"Modern Quilts," on exhibit at the Creative Arts Guild through next month, features works by members of the Chattanooga Modern Quilt Guild: some were crafted by one member, while others are collaborative endeavors.

Community nonprofit blood center Blood Assurance is collecting plasma donations from recovered COVID-19 donors to be used as an investigational treatment for hospitalized COVID-19 patients. As the demand for this treatment increases in hospitals across its service area, Blood Assurance is in…

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Opening night festivities for the Creative Arts Guild's galleries had been a staple of the first Friday of each month, until the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic shut the Guild to the public in mid-March. But after reopening at the start of June, the Guild has three new exhibits and celeb…

U.S. Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., said Monday that Georgia will receive an additional 165 cases, which includes 6,600 vials, of remdesivir, a drug that has received emergency use authorization by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat certain patients hospitalized with COVID-19.

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The city of Dalton’s Municipal Court is suspending in-person court appearances through at least Aug. 12 in response to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in Whitfield County and the Northwest Georgia region.

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CHATSWORTH — Murray County has relatively few confirmed cases of the new coronavirus (COVID-19), and the school system opens later than most others in the state, so Superintendent Steve Loughridge is optimistic — at the moment, at least — that students can return to school buildings in tradi…

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CHATSWORTH — Steve Loughridge, who is not only Murray County Schools' superintendent but also the system's finance director, will recommend that the Board of Education vote on Monday to advertise a fiscal year 2021 budget with four furlough days for staff members to address a significant shortfall.

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Art in Nature, the Creative Arts Guild's first summer camp this month for local youth, exposed students to a wide range of media.

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Dalton Fire Chief Todd Pangle says that if he had to use one word to describe Kenneth "Kenny" Willis, the first Black trooper assigned to the Georgia State Patrol's Dalton post, it would be integrity.

The city of Dalton’s Public Works Department is planning another round of cleaning up in the West Hill Cemetery later this month.

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ATLANTA — After months of sparse information on how COVID-19 can impact pregnancy, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has designated expecting mothers at higher risk for the virus.

ATLANTA — In his first TV ad for the November election, Georgia Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jon Ossoff swears off corporate PAC (political action committee) donations.

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A Calhoun man was sentenced to two years on probation after pleading guilty to two counts of second-degree vehicular homicide, resulting from a three-vehicle wreck on I-75 near Walnut Avenue in July 2018, according to District Attorney Bert Poston.

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ATLANTA — State lawmakers passed a bill during the final days of the session that would add a tax to vapor products and raise the purchasing age to 21.

The Reynolds Company, a national provider of adhesives and coatings, has announced that Hank Welch and Daniel Bouck have joined the company as sales representatives. Welch will manage sales in Dalton and other parts of North Georgia, while Bouck will manage sales in the Atlanta area and the …

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Because of the rapid spread of COVID-19, since March 20 the Rotary Club of Dalton has suspended or canceled all of its regular Tuesday meetings and other local Rotary functions.

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The city of Dalton has set up another way for Dalton residents to communicate directly with their elected officials and city staff with a new dedicated email address for citizen comments.

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