Catoosa County Schools is adding 20 minutes to the school day to make up for inclement weather days.
It’s not over yet. Amendments to Fort Oglethorpe’s charter are still possible, but it’s unclear where they’ll come from.
The nine-person board that runs financially struggling Hutcheson Medical Center will get one new face — and two familiar ones.
Two hundred ninety-eight thousand dollars. That’s how much a high school dropout costs the community they live in over the course of a lifetime, according to Performance Learning Center principal Dr. Lamar Brown.
Vera Wolfe lost a son in an auto accident. Dustin was a sophomore at Gordon Central High School when he passed away. Then, she almost lost her nephew in a bicycle accident. For those two reasons, the Ringgold resident left the accounting world to enter the medical instruction pathway later in life.
What do a button, bullet and part of a harmonica have in common? If you’re standing inside the newly opened Chickamauga Battlefield Museum & Relics in Fort Oglethorpe, they’re all from the Civil War.
When McConnell Park opens on Highway 41 later this spring, it will meld past and present, and not just through its namesake.
Renovations to three Walker County schools — Rossville and Chattanooga Valley elementaries and LaFayette Middle — are in the works following the Board of Education’s recent approval.
The Chickamauga Historic Preservation Commission is looking at establishing a Local Historic District in the city. The commission is planning a meeting with downtown business owners for mid-March.
Students, teachers and staff at Rock Spring Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school with superhero gear on, a nod to the “Superheroes Wanted” Relay for Life being held there in April as well as the students’ recent achievements.
Being born with no legs, no arm on the left side and a partial arm on the right side might hold most people back. For Clay Dyer, it led him to be an inspiration. He overcomes the odds daily as one of the best pro fishermen around.
Stress hides in the shoulders and neck, moving down the spine to the lower back. Getting a back massage can improve circulation, relax the muscles, improve sleep, boost white blood cell counts and relieve headaches, said Angie Williamson. She operates Angie’s Massage Therapy in LaFayette.
As a janitor at Naomi Elementary School, Logan Cobb sees more than most in regards to the building. As an artist, he tries to bring a different perspective to his drawings of that school and others.
A decrepit block of bedraggled buildings across from the Chattanooga Choo Choo will soon see the first new tenant in more than 30 years.
Rezoning request rescheduled for March 18
About 30 residents of Ashmore Avenue and the surrounding neighborhood showed up to the Feb. 25 Red Bank Commission meeting to protest a developer’s request to rezone 1918 and 1924 Ashmore Ave. from low- to high-density residential.
Hosting meetings March 12-13
The conservation easement that would forever forbid development on Signal Mountain park lands is nearing a vote, but first town officials want public input.
When people said “the mall” in the ’70s and ’80s, they meant Eastgate.
Jennifer Hooper gets her sweet tooth from her dad and her baking skills from her mom. She also gets their help at her new bakery, Sweet Eats, which recently opened on Lee Highway.
Walking through the halls of Bess T. Shepherd Elementary School early on a Friday morning, you might be surprised at what you hear.
The first thing Carolyn Hogan did after selling her business was visit her son at Disney World. After all, 30 years is a long time to go without taking a vacation.