For many neighborhoods, increasing communication can be an integral part of increasing safety.
The local chapter of SCORE, a nonprofit association providing education and mentorship to small businesses through experienced volunteers, is holding a free Small Business Workshop in the main conference room of the Business Development Center Wednesday, Sept. 2 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Alhambra Ladies’ Luncheon and Fashion Show is featuring “Salad and Silhouettes” Saturday, Aug. 29.
The senior member of the Tri-State Military Vehicle Club, 93-year-old Chattanooga resident James Gribble, spent his years in the Air Force in a dangerous position. He flew 20 missions as a ball turret gunner, crouched in a small pod on the underbelly of a B-24 bomber in Europe during World War II.
Your local Bi-Lo supermarket is closing.
District 6 Chattanooga City Councilwoman Carol Berz is hosting a community summit meeting Friday, Aug. 28 at University of Phoenix to discuss development updates in the area.
Rabbit meat is gaining in popularity among shoppers at local farmers markets, according to Amanda Abair, owner of Three Barns South, a farm in Whitwell, Tenn., which has been selling rabbit at local markets since March.
As a proud matriarch with two daughters, four granddaughters and one great-granddaughter, Lillian Samuel has sewn more than a few dresses for her brood.
It’s time for the neighbors to get to know each other in East Lake.
With all of the new businesses popping up along Main Street in Chattanooga, it was only a matter of time before a boutique opened its doors.
A dancer since age 3 and mentor to many, a local woman is looking to inspire future generations of dancers at her new dance studio on Cromwell Road.
Miller Park is set to undergo extreme renovations beginning next summer, but not without input from the community.
Ellen Heavilon believes that the more people acknowledge the positive things in their lives, the easier it is to notice them.
Local artist Kevin Bate is enlisting volunteers from the community to help him memorialize the five fallen servicemen from Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez’ July 16 shooting rampage via a mural that borders McCallie Avenue.
Even if you are not quite in shape to swim 2.4 miles, bike two loops on a 56-mile course and run two and a half loops of a 26.2 mile course, you can still be a part of the excitement when the 11th race in the U.S. Ironman series takes place in Chattanooga Sept. 27.