In the face of a petition signed by around 200 people, the Soddy-Daisy City Commission is holding fast to the regulation it established regarding the required minimum distance between liquor stores.
Kindermusik of First Baptist Church in downtown Chattanooga and Morning Pointe of Hixson are proving that music can have an impact on any age group.
When Ken Hartley isn’t at Abba’s House fulfilling his role as executive pastor of worship, he can often be found performing illusions around the world.
Brooks Memorial United Methodist Church is hosting its first Spring Break Celebration Saturday, March 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A group of Leadership Chattanooga participants is attempting to bridge the digital divide in Red Bank by creating a free Wi-Fi network. The goal is to get local businesses and organizations with Wi-Fi to join the network in order to help provide Internet access to students outside of school hours.
By Kelsie Bowman Staff Writer A temporary Walden citizens committee is working to make the McCoy property fit to open to the public by May 25 — specifically for a Memorial Day picnic. The Walden Board
A temporary Walden citizens committee is working to make the McCoy property fit to open to the public by May 25 — specifically for a Memorial Day picnic.
Shortly after the Signal Mountain Community Guild formed more than 80 years ago, the organization began accepting nominations from community members for its Woman of the Year Award presented annually at the group’s Dogwood Luncheon each spring. The deadline to submit nominations for the 2015 Woman of the Year is Wednesday, April 8.
Signal Mountain Social Services is now offering several college scholarships open to anyone in need who is a permanent resident of the 37377 ZIP code.
Editor’s note: This is the eighth in a series outlining the purpose and duties of the various boards involved with the government in the town of Signal Mountain.
The recent damage done to fields at Signal Mountain Middle/High School will take months to repair, according to officials, leaving some students without field space to practice on.
Catoosa County officials aren’t sure Hutcheson Medical Center can be saved.
Chickamauga’s Levi Mitchell, 5, likes to ride his bicycle and read Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle books. His favorite food is pepperoni and cheese pizza. His favorite superhero, Batman.
LaFayette’s Queen City Bistro is adding “ambiance” to the downtown LaFayette Square.
If you live in District 6 and have a concern, Councilwoman Carol Berz wants to hear from you. Community involvement was the theme of her town hall meeting at the Tyner Recreation Center last week.
Local fifth-grader Christopher Allen has always loved maps and geography, and that interest has carried him to the National Geographic State Bee where he is a semifinalist.
Ever since Robyn Sandin was a little girl, she knew she wanted to be a doctor. Now, she and her business partner have opened a new lifestyle-oriented doctor’s office, TLC Primary Care, in Ooltewah.
Unschooled on the subtleties of hospital finances, Catoosa County officials hired an expensive tutor.
Many locals may be familiar with the Cracker Barrel in Ringgold, but not realize what is located beside it.
Steps 2 Hope Executive Director Mark Wilson needs to recruit 1,100 volunteers to build a home for wounded war veteran Jason Smith. The home build in Ringgold will take seven days.
CARTA is partnering with the Regional Planning Agency for a multimodal transportation survey to find ways to improve public transport across the city.
The Chattanooga Woodworking Academy has graduated its first class of beginning craftsmen.
Heritage Funeral Home’s East Brainerd branch recently presented a check for $1,000 to the Chattanooga Autism Center to help further the nonprofit’s work with local children.