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.
North Chattanooga will have a new restaurant and bar by April 15 if all goes as planned for Beast and Barrel owners Matt Lewis, Ryan Chilcoat and Geoff Tarr. The three are responsible for already-popular local spots including The Terminal, Hair of the Dog Pub and Honest Pint.
Members of Hixson’s Boy Scout Troop 172 completed yard work, mended fences and more at Catholic Charities’ The Home Place on Glenwood Avenue. David Withey, a Soddy-Daisy resident and Notre Dame High School senior, managed the project as a part of his pursuit of the Eagle Scout award.
Whatever your feelings about war, the aircraft involved in past conflicts are an important part of our nation’s history. The Hixson Museum of Flight, which has a mission of preserving historically significant aircraft and supporting Children’s Hospital at Erlanger, is holding two upcoming fundraisers.
Two Soddy-Daisy men are hoping to win the hearts and minds of District 1’s Republicans for the County Commission seat through the upcoming primaries.
Last week, the Chattanooga City Council granted unanimous approval to move forward on $1.2 million in renovations on the Hixson Youth and Family Development Center.
Former Red Bank Mayor Monty Millard passed away Friday, March 21 at a local hospital.
Southern Sqweeze will bring fresh, organic juice to the Riverview neighborhood by mid-April, according to shop owner Kelsey Vasileff.
The term “growler” takes on two meanings in Riverview. Not only does The Growler on Hixson Pike get its name from the beer container customers often lug out of the shop, customers can also bring in a framed picture of their dog, or “growler,” for a free pint of craft beer. The picture is then added to the rapidly growing collection of pups’ portraits on the wall.