The town of Signal Mountain is a new homeowner, but at least one official isn’t happy about the decision.
Every Saturday until Aug. 23, representatives from Signal Mountain Church of Christ will be available to pray with passing motorists who don’t even need to leave their vehicle.
It’s been a great year for Mountain Cove Bluegrass Band, which Signal Mountain Weekly has been covering since the group was formed back in 2008 during lunch breaks at Signal Mountain Middle/High School.
For the fourth year, volunteers from the Alive in You summer program are spending several summer days doing repairs and cleaning at the MACC.
The Signal Mountain Farmers Market is moving from Bachman Community Center to the parking lot at Pruett’s Signal Mountain Market. The market day and times will remain the same — Thursdays from 4-6 p.m.
Recommendation still to come
With rehabilitation plans looming, the town of Signal Mountain recently hired a consultant to conduct a historical survey of James Boulevard.
“Lunch money” will be a term of the past for students at 47 Hamilton County schools this fall, thanks to a federal program that covers the cost of all students’ breakfasts and lunches in select schools, regardless of family incomes.
On a July Sunday 61 years ago, Don Lasley was baptized at Oak Street Baptist Church.
When tiny clay body parts began arriving at her home in Red Bank last year, Gail Raines’ kids told her it was creepy.
The former Partyville Inc. on Hixson Pike was recently host to a new kind of party – the grand opening of Integrity Elite All Stars.
Editor’s note: This is one in a series of stories about contested races in the August county general election. Check upcoming editions of North Hamilton Weekly for more election coverage. Early voting runs July 18-Aug. 2. The last day to register to vote was July 8.
Tennessee Temple may be leaving the neighborhood, but Highland Park isn’t worried.
When 100 local kids take the stage this week at The Bethlehem Center to perform a rendition of “The Lion King,” their songs, dances, acting and hand-painted backdrops will be an achievement they can be proud of.
One of Helen Warrender’s favorite pastimes is polishing silver.
Editor’s note: This is one in a series of stories about contested races in the August county general election. Check upcoming editions of Metro Weekly for more election coverage. Early voting runs July 18-Aug. 2. The last day to register to vote was July 8.
Developers to host community meetings
You didn’t have to speak to the 40 East Hamilton residents who turned out for the July meeting of the Chattanooga Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission to know why they were there.
When it rains during the summer, Sue Henley’s little grandson runs up to her with a worried look on his face. “It’s raining sideways,” he’ll cry. “Will they be OK?”
Less than a year after opening, Sweet Eats is getting a new home — only minutes away from its first location.
When Ooltewah resident Janet Miller was a little girl, her mother and aunt, Irma and Marie, would take her to New York city from her home in Philadelphia to shop for fabrics and textiles. Both women were seamstresses, and from an early age instilled a sense of fashion into a young Janet.
Editor’s note: This is one in a series of stories about contested races in the August county general election. Check upcoming editions of East Hamilton Weekly for more election coverage. Early voting runs July 18-Aug. 2. The last day to register to vote was July 8.