Two multimillion-dollar developments are in the works on the North Shore, and more are likely.
Some of Chattanooga’s brightest coders, developers and tech-minded residents — including North Chattanooga resident David Duncan — holed themselves up at the Tennessee Aquarium for 24 hours to help find solutions to ocean sustainability problems.
While reporting on current road projects in the city, Soddy-Daisy City Manager Janice Cagle informed city commissioners at their June 19 meeting that the Tennessee Department of Transportation requested that the city lower the speed limit on Dayton Pike between its intersection with Hatlin Drive and its intersection with Porter Road.
The Hamilton County Parks and Recreation Department is partnering with organizations such as Read 20, the Chattanooga Nature Center, Creative Discovery Museum and Tennessee Student Educational Alliance to offer a mini-camp with a Great American Campout theme July 8-10.
Rylands raising up generation of violinists in Chattanooga
Brainerd resident Dr. Ann Rylands is raising up a generation of talented violinists in Chattanooga.
County lawmakers continue to haggle over $900,000 in discretionary funding for commissioners. But it is certain the upcoming fiscal year’s budget for the county will not include the $34 million in enhancements proposed by Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Rick Smith.
June is Adopt a Cat Month, and there is no better time to consider adopting a new feline friend, according to Pet Placement Center Manager Kristin Stanford.
Thrive Studio, formerly located on River Street, is settling in at its new location on Dayton Boulevard.
About a decade ago, WWE wrestler Diamond Dallas Page blew his back out in a match and was told his wrestling career was over. While lying in bed one day, his ex-wife walked in sweating from yoga practice and he was inspired to give it a shot.
Students may be out for the summer, but several new principals are already settling in for the coming school year.
The Hixson Youth and Family Development Center is now open after undergoing $1.3 million in renovations.
Though she’s not a member of Fairview United Methodist, local Beverly Gooding recently stopped by the church on Big Ridge to drop off 13 hand-knitted and crocheted shawls.
Special guests of Harvest Grocery in Hixson enjoyed the new store’s pre-opening VIP night last week, where they got to sample items from a variety of local vendors.
The Red Bank City Commission has authorized a contract with the Tennessee Department of Transportation to make pedestrian safety improvements along Dayton Boulevard from Meadowbrook Drive to Greenleaf Street.
Lakesite commissioners unanimously approved the city’s budget for fiscal year 2015-2016 at their May 19 meeting. It was expected to pass on second reading after a public hearing June 16.