If you spend time with the Bethlehem Center’s staff, it doesn’t take long to learn about the surrounding neighborhood’s challenges.
If you’re craving a slice of Southern California life — the sunshine, the colors or the tacos — look no further than El Macho Taco.
Hold the potluck dishes — this is a different kind of Sunday celebration.
Planners gave a green light last week to the first phase of $100 million in proposed housing and commercial space on Chattanooga’s downtown waterfront, including townhouses, single-family cottages, apartments and condominiums.
A year and a half after the Signal Mountain Town Council opened up Norris Field as a practice space for local youth sports leagues, residents of the surrounding neighborhood are still fighting it. Some are even calling for a new sports complex to be built elsewhere in the town.
A flute, violin and guitar may sound like the makings of an ensemble — and they are — but they’re also part of a concerted effort to put instruments in the hands of local children.
The bank is gone, but the sinkhole is still there, and so are many creeks in the neighborhood.
BRA-VO! A Fashion Show celebrating life after breast cancer took the Track29 stage by storm April 6.
It’s been a year and a half since James Chapman found himself doing what a lot of people do — putting off an oil change.
With a little help from the community, the starving artist could become extinct in Chattanooga. ArtsBuild, a local private, nonprofit united arts fund and arts council, wants to provide artists in Chattanooga with low-income housing.
Shortly after Sochi women’s hockey silver medalist Michelle Picard entered the classroom at Marty’s Center, the preschoolers erupted into a “USA” chant.
A mayoral candidate running for office in a rural county nearby. A businessman who took on a leadership role in his company. A nurse who recently returned from a trip to Peru.
Grilled sandwiches, fresh-cut fries and hand-squeezed lemonade are coming to Broad Street this summer.
Where you start doesn’t determine where you end.
Plans for developing a large tract of land adjacent to Erlanger are in the works. An Augusta, Ga., company recently took an option to purchase the tract with the idea of building a mixed-use development.