Hutcheson Medical Center officials are seeking to put a positive spin at being left at the altar without an acceptable suitor.
Ask and you shall receive.
The plans for one of the biggest developments Chattanooga has ever seen are set to be revealed at a public meeting Thursday, Dec. 5 from 6-8 p.m. at Hixson United Methodist Church.
Jeff Long was front and center at Fort Oglethorpe’s most recent special-called City Council meeting.
Officials say Ringgold’s selection into Georgia’s Main Street Start-up Program will allow the city to more easily recruit businesses, build downtown events and entice tourists.
Fort Oglethorpe’s Copy Cafe copies, prints, packs and ships from its new location at 1122 Battlefield Parkway, across from the Chick-fil-A.
The year 2026 — that is when the kindergartners Catoosa County Schools Superintendent Denia Reese visited recently at Woodstation Elementary will graduate.
Jaime Simonds’ never-ending day begins at 5:45 a.m., give or take a few minutes for one of the 11 alarms she has set to jostle her awake.
By 9 a.m. Black Friday morning, the crowds had thinned, some displays looked worse for the wear and the longest line in the Hamilton Place area was at Starbucks.
The Collegedale Public library is a lot of things to different people. For some, it’s a place to bring their little ones to read and hear stories each week. For others, the computers are a valuable resource.
Before this year, Tyner Academy’s artistic side has been a bit of a school secret. But this year, four students were selected to have their art shown in a regional show in Knoxville.
The first-ever FIRST LEGO League Chattanooga Area Qualifier Tournament held Nov. 23 at Signal Mountain Middle/High School was an incredible success, said Scott Rosenow, event manager and liaison between TVA Partners in Education and Hamilton County Schools.
Sixty thousand dollars and 1,400 volunteers.
Candy won’t be the only free handout during this year’s holiday parades.
In 2006, Jennifer Sprain sold her house and moved into a one-bedroom apartment, quit her corporate job and counted on “Good Fortune.”
This December, fifth-graders at CSAS will study more than just Common Core curriculum. They’ll learn firsthand what it’s like to create a budget, stretch a dollar and buy Christmas presents on a budget.
The North River Civic Center is hosting an opening reception for its exhibit “Art for the Holidays” Friday, Dec. 6 from 5-7 p.m. The show will be on display at the center until Feb. 28, 2014.
Junior League of Chattanooga recently hosted a reception to honor Hamilton County public school teachers who are the recipients of 31 mini grants from the local organization.
Event organizers of Soddy-Daisy High School’s Breakfast with Santa and Christmas Market Shopping say this year’s event is bigger than ever.
Plenty of gems are hiding in the Briar Patch, Chattanooga’s newest spot for finding antiques, refurbished furniture, gifts and handmade goods. Located at the foot of Signal Mountain across from Baylor School, the Briar Patch will be open from now until Sunday, Dec. 15.