It will be summer of 2016 before Catoosa County sees the launch of a state court.
The city of LaFayette is looking to increase its presence online.
Changes could be coming to the town of Signal Mountain’s sign regulations, potentially making it easier for businesses to get signs approved.
After 122 years in Chattanooga, the Salvation Army of Chattanooga — which just celebrated its anniversary — is still at work serving others in the community.
The campgrounds at Chester Frost are now open for the season. And they’re better than ever.
Three young brothers who helped rescue their sister and mother from their burning house in Catoosa County are being recognized as local heroes.
Gordon Lee Memorial High School has a new award-winning football coach. Well, not new per se.
For a small town library, the Signal Mountain Library “has a lot happening.” And with a small staff, that means help is needed.
The three adults and 9-month-old baby boy who escaped their burning house in East Chattanooga last week need help to recover from the loss of their home and everything inside it.
The Chattanooga Audubon Society’s third annual Birdathon begins April 6, and members are encouraging both avid bird watchers and beginners to participate. “It inspires kids and adults to just get out,” Audubon Sanctuary Manager Kyle Simpson said.
The Family Crisis Center’s inaugural “A Night at the Oscars” mystery dinner fundraiser was a huge success, organizers say.
When Gollywhoppers Sandwich Shoppe announced its closing last year, long-time employee Greg Nakayama knew he was ready to take the chance and open his own shop.
The crack of a bat and the ball is in the air. Sounds familiar. But there is a big difference.
Holistic Health Coach Rebecca Hamilton is a rare find for Northwest Georgia.
Even with the popularity of booking travel online, the travel agency business is cruising along, and even growing, said Lynn Holcomb. The Signal Mountain resident recently purchased an Expedia CruiseShipCenters franchise with her husband, Carl, and opened a location in East Brainerd.
In celebration of National Puppetry Month, the MACC is holding a pop-up Puppet Festival Saturday, April 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Students in the Nolan Drama Club are the first to present “Twisted Time,” an original play by Signal Mountain resident Michael Huseman. Huseman said he was inspired to write the play after a conversation with Nolan teacher Sherry Johnston, who suggested he write something special for his son Zachary Huseman’s last play at Nolan.
Come summer, the east side of Main Street will house several new businesses. Slick’s Burgers and Granfalloon, a coffee shop and event space, are moving in. Partners Amanda Halligan and Chelsea McInturff have been hard at work preparing Granfalloon to open later this month.
For the sixth year, survivors of melanoma and their supporters and families are preparing to gather at the Collegedale Greenway for the Miles for Melanoma Walk, being held Saturday, May 2.
The Collegedale Police Department is one step closer to being outfitted with body cameras.