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CARTA launches survey to improve area transportation

CARTA is partnering with the Regional Planning Agency for a multimodal transportation survey to find ways to improve public transport across the city.

Woodworking Academy graduates 1st class

The Chattanooga Woodworking Academy has graduated its first class of beginning craftsmen.

Funeral home presents check to Chattanooga Autism Center

Heritage Funeral Home’s East Brainerd branch recently presented a check for $1,000 to the Chattanooga Autism Center to help further the nonprofit’s work with local children.

East Ridge now offering free senior activities

The East Ridge Parks and Recreation Department is now offering free activities for seniors in the city. The Active Seniors Program will better the lives of all citizens in the area, said Activities Coordinator Pat Snowden.

Nonprofit begins search for executive director

Chattanooga’s grassRoots midTown is looking for a new executive director to lead in its mission to create connectivity and synergy in the Brainerd area.

Kids and seniors combine for Kindermusik at Morning Pointe of Hixson

Kindermusik of First Baptist Church in downtown Chattanooga and Morning Pointe of Hixson are proving that music can have an impact on any age group.

Battle Academy mentors teach life skills

Battle Academy students get a lot more out of school than just multiplication tables and science experiments, thanks to a crop of local professionals who visit the school as mentors once a week.

Want To Foundation kicks off mentoring program

When Gary Highfield invited students, teachers and Chattanooga professionals to the Mountain City Club last week, it was more than just a meal he hoped they’d share.

South Broad Street could get housing development

For the first time in 20-40 years, the depressed area between St. Elmo Avenue and Chattanooga Creek could soon hold the thriving signs of life.

Ebersole Estate Sale offers unique antiques

Atop Missionary Ridge, the estate of Rick and Anita Ebersole holds a treasure trove of fine European antiques, American furniture and art. And it will all be up for sale during a rare estate showing hosted by Blair’s Estate Sales.

Belvoir Gardens opens in Brainerd

In a sea of churches and small businesses, Brainerd is welcoming a new kind of business to the area that will be perfect for the incoming spring.

Signal artist inspired by local landscape

Signal Mountain resident and artist Liz Nichols recently began painting full time, and her abstract, atmospheric works can be found locally at Sophie’s Shoppe on the North Shore and on exhibit at the Exum Gallery at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church downtown starting March 13.

County mayor discusses public school funding

Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger emphasized the need to focus on childhood education and workforce development during his speech at the Hamilton Place Rotary Club meeting last week.a

Moms introduce Posh Piggies to metro Chattanooga

For more than a decade, Signal Mountain moms have been organizing a biannual consignment sale for infants and children called Little Piggies. Previous owners Tanya Swann and Dominique Gable also held a women’s consignment sale called the Stock Exchange.

Signal moms introduce Posh Piggies to metro Chattanooga

For more than a decade, Signal Mountain moms have been organizing a biannual consignment sale for infants and children called Little Piggies. Previous owners Tanya Swann and Dominique Gable also held a women’s consignment sale called the Stock Exchange.

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