Funded through the sale of a hospital built jointly by Red Bank and Soddy-Daisy, the Red Bank and Soddy-Daisy Foundation recently made $29,000 donations to the two cities.
If you could make the city of Red Bank take any shape you wanted, what would it look like? Have you been to a charming small town recently whose features you wanted to incorporate into your own?
Affecting one in five adults, arthritis is the second most frequently reported chronic condition in the U.S., according to the Arthritis Foundation website. A more frequent cause of activity limitation than heart disease, cancer or diabetes, arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. and a serious threat to the quality of life of millions of people.
The newly opened Fresh Pot Cafe adds a casual option for fresh food — with a gourmet twist — on Highway 153.
When A.J. Javadi opened the first Mattress Center in the Ooltewah/Collegedale area about five years ago, he started out selling big-name brands such as Sealy and Tempur-Pedic.
Trader Dave’s Gun and Swap Shop is a local, family-owned business that prides itself on customer service, said owner Dave Norman.
Judi Hostetter was a young newlywed when she first began painting.
Signal Mountain-based Caribbean Student Environmental Alliance and TenneSEA are asking area residents to recycle their used gear for a good cause in honor of Earth Day. The two organizations’ thrift and consignment store in North Chattanooga, The Gear Closet, is hosting a Gear for Beer drive Saturday, April 26 starting at 2 p.m.
Two North Hamilton residents are vying to be the county’s top executive.
A large black wrestling ring towers above the crowd of 450 cheering fans.
Officials at Sequoyah High School want Hamilton County students to know they have options other than their zoned public school. Open to any rising ninth-graders through 11th-graders in Hamilton County, the school will be holding an open house Tuesday, April 22 from 5 to 7 p.m.
A typical day for Chloe McAfee and Hanna Massey might include planning a concert at The Camp House or meeting with their college interns via a Skype conference call. Or they might make beaded jewelry to sell for their cause, Blooming Grace.
Northside Neighborhood House is moving forward with its five-year strategic plan by establishing a temporary satellite office at Dallas Bay Baptist Church.
Thirty Soddy-Daisy Middle School students are already looking into possible college and career paths. Sounds a little early to be considering such options, right?
Chattanooga Sandwich Shop. Urban Spoon. Northshore Lunch.