For the homeless, going shopping for what you need is typically a non-existent concept. Southern Adventist University and the local Salvation Army are aiming to change that.
When Lookout Valley resident Anthony Baker started driving buses nearly 15 years ago, he never would have thought the students on the bus would teach him something. But they did.
Bella Vita restaurant, occupying the former Niko’s location, is now open for lunch and dinner Monday-Saturday. The menu has a Mediterranean focus with a Southern twist, said general manager Rick Georgeson.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is kicking off the year with an art exhibit featuring local artist Charlie Newton. Not only is it the church’s first exhibit of 2015, but it will celebrate Black History Month, said St. Paul’s communications specialist Jenny Nalley.
What began as chitchat between moms while watching their children’s softball game has grown to a home-schooler ministry program with more than 100 students.
When Monya Alsept moved her family from St. Louis, Mo., to Chattanooga last year, she looked for an American Heritage Girls troop to get her three daughters involved in.
When Janis Hashe first went to a monastery in San Francisco, she didn’t know what she would find. She didn’t grow up in a religious home and, like many people, had visions of Buddhist monks in saffron-colored robes filling her head.
Not long after Pasha Coffee announced it would be closing the doors of the St. Elmo mainstay, the calls started coming in.
City Council members sided with community members in opposition to a controversial proposed Kanku’s convenience store at the corner of Shallowford Road and Tunnel Boulevard.
Chattanooga’s long-awaited Family Justice Center will soon officially have a home.
Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise has a big idea to create affordable housing in the area and it comes in a 500-square-foot package.
Would you jump into an ice-cold pool of water in February? What if it was for a good cause?
When Leila Connell wanted to celebrate the birth of her grandchildren, she said she couldn’t find anything that made a statement, so she took matters into her own hands.
Not many children would know what to do with $400. Some might put it in a savings account, others might buy that new toy they’ve eyed for a while now.
Forty Chattanooga Aerialists perform acrobatic style tricks weekly in East Brainerd.