River City Company launches online housing tool
It’s now a little easier to live downtown — or find a place, at least.
Sometimes, ministry at church just isn’t enough for youth these days, in Chattanooga Youth Network Executive Director Tony Souder’s experience. Children are overlooked, or even generalized in terms of needs and wants, and often don’t have more than a superficial connection to ministry, he says.
In a few years, mountain bikers may play underneath the Olgiati Bridge.
The Craftworks Building, an old warehouse at 201 W. Main St. in the booming Southside, has a new tenant: The Feed Co. Table & Tavern.
If you’re searching for a fun — and furry — way to spend your weekend, look no farther than the Humane Educational Society of Chattanooga’s eighth annual Paws for the Cause fundraising party. It’s being held this Saturday, Aug. 1 at Chattanooga’s newest event venue on Lee Highway.
One of Chattanooga’s biggest and best-known hotels and entertainment facilities will soon make way for downtown’s biggest apartment complex.
More than 83 years after the first Krystal restaurant open its doors at Seventh and Cherry streets in downtown Chattanooga, the site is making a comeback.
Hamilton Place’s Bonefish Grill celebrated the restaurant’s reopening following renovations last week with a fundraiser for the Salvation Army.
If you frequent Chattz, Brash or Revelator Coffee Company, you’ve likely indulged in one of St. Elmo resident Charity Everett’s pretty pastries.
The local YMCA’s Summer Feeding Program continues to expand, with the number of sites growing from around 20 at its inception five years ago to about 75 this summer. The program, which aims to serve nutritious meals to at-risk youth during the summer months, feeds children attending area summer camps and vacation Bible schools, and also sends staff members to local parks to bring meals and organize activities every day except Sundays.
While the Salvation Army’s culinary school is free for its indigent, sometimes-homeless students, it costs the organization $2,400 to give each student training, uniforms and the top-notch knife set presented to them at graduation.
The Humane Educational Society has seen its fair share of dog days this summer.
Rylands raising up generation of violinists in Chattanooga
Brainerd resident Dr. Ann Rylands is raising up a generation of talented violinists in Chattanooga.
It’s bad enough to incur hospital bills in a time of medical ailment, but the subsequent prescriptions, equipment and medical care can lead to surmounting costs.
Although Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Rick Smith did not receive the funding he requested for the 2015-16 fiscal year, he isn’t done advocating for his school improvement plan. And until the next fiscal year, he said he intends to focus his efforts on teacher and principal leadership training.