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3 Southern Juneteenth celebrations
Where to celebrate the first anniversary of the federal holiday
Four easy weekend trips just across the Georgia state line
Sure, you can fly from Atlanta to almost anywhere in the world. but we’re loving these easy weekend road trips just over Georgia’s state line.
Abundant outdoor adventures and a burgeoning creative scene make Chattanooga an ideal weekend getaway
Nestled on a picturesque riverbend in the Appalachian foothills, this cheerily named town has long delighted the young at heart.
House Envy: This cozy mountain retreat comes with fishing, hiking, and lots of social activities
If you’ve been dreaming of a mountain retreat, then the house in Chickamauga, two hours north of Atlanta, might be exactly what you’re looking for.
Vacation Home Community Snapshot: Cloudland Station
This 450-acre gated community in Chickamauga, Georgia is special for its commitment to conservation and history. With architecture ranging from the late colonial period through the mid-20th century, Cloudland Station is a charming, family-friendly north Georgia community.
Natural Highs: Test gravity—and your limits—on a trip to Chattanooga
Perhaps no one did more to flip Chattanooga’s reputation from grimy to green than U.S. Senator Bob Corker. The city’s mayor from 2001 to 2005, he announced midway through his term that he wanted to see Chattanooga market itself as the “Boulder of the East.”
Sleep Cheap: 5 one-of-a-kind Southern stays for budgeting travelers
Five one-of-a-kind Southern hostels for budgeting travelers.
Take Five: Spooky Stays
Book a frightful night at these haunted hotels.
Slain Marietta marine Skip Wells laid to rest following Chattanooga attack
On Sunday afternoon, mourners hoisted large American flags outside gas stations while others, clad in American colors, set up folding chairs along Highway 92, all to greet a motorcade taking the marine to Woodstock First Baptist Church.
Get away to Chattanooga
I’m tired of hearing about Chattanooga’s revitalized riverfront. Sure, it’s great, but it’s old news. The plucky railroad town is like the little engine that could, packed with entrepreneurs, techies, artists, and outdoorsy experts.
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