One public hearing remains
A Sept. 11 public hearing will be the last chance for Walker County citizens to have their voices heard on the county’s proposed property tax increase.
It’s been 125 years since Union and Confederate soldiers reunited on the grounds of the Gordon-Lee Mansion in friendship. In true Southern fashion, food was involved — barbecue.
The paving of Foster Mill Drive that was to be completed this fall will have to be pushed back to spring 2015.
After 50 years without a fair, the Walker County Fair is making a comeback.
The Signal Mountain community has seen a rash of home burglaries in the past few weeks, and town officials are asking residents to stay alert.
Signal Mountain Middle/High School’s student exchange program with Hamm, Germany, is in need of 11 host families for students arriving to Signal Sept. 27.
To host Sept. 17 talk on Israel/Palestinian conflict
Signal Crest United Methodist Church has a new senior pastor in Dale Wyrick, a native of southwest Virginia who previously served as pastor at Spring City United Methodist Church in Spring City, Tenn.
Longtime Signal Mountain artist Carolyn Wright is delighted to finally have the opportunity to show her work in the community, she said. Her exhibit at the MACC’s Gallery 5 opens Friday, Sept. 12 with a reception from 5-7 p.m. and runs through Oct. 24.
Nolan Elementary’s new assistant principal is Signal Mountain resident Vicki Anderson, who comes to the school from Allen Elementary, where she spent six years as assistant principal.
Nolan Elementary is getting help from within the mountaintop community to design a new wing for the overcrowded school.
The city of Soddy-Daisy is looking into the possibility of an ordinance that would allow backyard chickens.
Since the mid-1980s, North Chattanooga resident John Dorsey has been spending his spare time visiting seniors at nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the community.
Tucked away on River Street, new gallery and shop Elevation adds a touch of diversity to one of Chattanooga’s favorite shopping neighborhoods.
From zombie makeup to shabby chic wall art, Uniquely Unhinged owner Michelle Hatfield does it all.
The city of Red Bank is taking a proactive approach to keeping the community safe by hosting the Red Bank Community Safety Expo in the Bi-Lo parking lot Saturday, Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency is in the process of creating a new comprehensive plan for the county, but not before listening to the community.
What started off as a sweet thing to do for her great-nephew has Ringgold resident Sandy Stephens signing books as a published author.
Chattanooga’s Art120 needs help making the Flying Doughnut Incident a reality. During Park(ing) Day Sept. 19, the art-education nonprofit will bring its very own doughnut-slinging bicycle to Miller Plaza for a day of doughnut launching.
Teaching middle school is already stressful. Keeping pre-teens happy and busy during P.E. classes can be exhausting.
There’s a new biker gang taking over in Collegedale.