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Lakesite promotes government transparency

City documents are now much easier to find in Lakesite, which recently purchased ClerkBase, an online records program. Every word in the documents is indexed and fully searchable, said City Recorder Jodi LaCroix.

Whedbee returns to White Oak UMC

White Oak United Methodist Church is holding its 87th Homecoming event Sunday, Sept. 28. The worship service will begin at 10:45 a.m., though attendees are welcome to come earlier for Sunday school and breakfast goodies. Everyone is invited.

Rivermont celebrates ‘The Star Spangled Banner’

Rivermont Elementary holds a celebration in honor of the bicentennial of the writing of “The Star Spangled Banner.” Principal Marthel Young gave the students a history of the anthem, and students waved American flags as they stood to sing it together.

Baylor English teacher starts his own Little Free Library

As an avid reader, an English teacher at Baylor School for more than 30 years and the father of two boys, North Chattanooga resident Jim Stover has collected a massive amount of books over the years.

Soddy-Daisy holds Punkin Fest and Great Punkin Chase

The city of Soddy-Daisy and Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 942 are holding the annual Soddy-Daisy Punkin Festival and Great Punkin Chase 5k and fun run at Soddy-Daisy North Park Saturday, Oct. 4. The run and walk will start at 10 a.m., along with the festival, which will last all day.

Root opens at 2 North Shore

Root Kitchen and Wine Bar had its grand opening last week, in the corner that Elemental occupied for more than a year and a half at 2 North Shore.

North River YMCA could be super-size school

School board member Greg Martin knows off the top of his head how many steps lead into Alpine Crest Elementary, his alma mater.

Navy officer returns home for promotion ceremony

It was April 1992 when Paul Arp was first commissioned as an ensign into the Navy. Recently the Soddy-Daisy native was promoted to captain, and though Arp has traveled all over the globe during his service, he chose to come back home for the honor.

Lady Trojans seek support for new lockers

Members of the Soddy-Daisy High School girls’ basketball team feel secure during away games, where the opposing teams’ visiting locker rooms have lockers that will hold all their stuff.

Red Bank to hold candidate forum

Red Bank Neighborhood Pride Association is holding a public forum for the candidates running for Red Bank commissioner in the Nov. 4 election, for which early voting begins Oct. 15. The forum will be held at Red Bank Middle School Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 6:30 p.m.

Soddy-Daisy considers backyard chickens

The city of Soddy-Daisy is looking into the possibility of an ordinance that would allow backyard chickens.

Dorsey spends retirement visiting seniors

Since the mid-1980s, North Chattanooga resident John Dorsey has been spending his spare time visiting seniors at nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the community.

Elevation offers local art, custom furniture

Tucked away on River Street, new gallery and shop Elevation adds a touch of diversity to one of Chattanooga’s favorite shopping neighborhoods.

Uniquely Unhinged specializes in the undead

From zombie makeup to shabby chic wall art, Uniquely Unhinged owner Michelle Hatfield does it all.

Red Bank focuses on safety with event

The city of Red Bank is taking a proactive approach to keeping the community safe by hosting the Red Bank Community Safety Expo in the Bi-Lo parking lot Saturday, Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.