What if you could save six lives in four days? That’s what local company Bradford Health Services is aiming to help do this holiday season — by offering free cab rides for those who have been drinking or are under the influence of any other substances.
Every December, as families deck the halls of their homes, a dedicated group from the community makes sure our fallen heroes are remembered.
After leaving its Southside location on Williams Street, The Camp House has opened the doors of its new space on M.L. King Boulevard.
When New Jersey native David Moon fell in love with a photo of a neglected former theater on Glass Street, he knew there was more to the story. So he began searching for a photo of the Rivoli Theatre from its heyday in the 1920s.
Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise, a local organization dedicated to “building a better Chattanooga,” has moved into a new space that representatives hope will allow for better results.
A year after High Point Climbing and Fitness and Rock/Creek Outfitters moved into The Block on Broad Street, the development is now full with the recent addition of two new ventures.
By this time next year, the old Clemons Bros. building on Chestnut Street downtown could house at least 50 urban loft-style apartments in the top four floors and retail space on the ground level.
When Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy students Carmen Gonzales and Honeydi Velasquez started the GigBridge STEM competition, they likely didn’t know how to use Google Docs, let alone develop an app.
What began as a temporary sponsorship to help local community members have access to healthy food will not have to end with the year, thanks to the support of a local church.
After the books are closed and the school bell has rung, a team of students from Brainerd High School hurries to practice. But instead of padding up for football or lacing up cleats for soccer, they are heading to Little Rock City or to a local climbing gym to practice their belaying skills.
When Robyn Carlton agreed to host student volunteers from a local school, she never imagined the impact the Lookout Mountain Conservancy would have on their futures.
As a family tradition, each Christmas Carter Fowler’s family has him read a story from a book about his grandfather, Calvin Fowler.
Police Chief Fred Fletcher called Chattanooga “a city of action” during his recent speech at the Call to Action conference to help find solutions to the violence that has gripped the city ever tighter.
People experience conflicting emotions over work, love, school and family every day. But seeing the love-hate emotions of work acted out onstage by actors fighting to be heard over each other may completely open people’s eyes.
It’s been years since retired city employee Jacky Cagle knew the ins and outs of East Ridge government. But as a newly elected city councilman, he said he’s ready to jump right back in.