Not many children would know what to do with $400. Some might put it in a savings account, others might buy that new toy they’ve eyed for a while now.
Needs local businesses or vendors as partners
In honor of its five-year anniversary, the Tim Tebow Foundation sought 50 churches nationwide to host its annual Night to Shine Prom for people with special needs — and Stuart Heights Baptist is one of them.
In opening new comic book store Infinity Flux, Hixson resident John Porter sought to create the ideal comic book store atmosphere he always wanted as a kid.
Red Bank resident Jon Baker is evidence that it only takes one person to enact change in local government.
Liquidation sale running until doors close for good
After nearly eight years of business on Frazier Avenue, Go Fish Clothing and Jewelry of Chattanooga is closing its doors Saturday, Jan. 24
At the age of 68, Jerry Howell is still spry in the boxing ring.
The North Chickamauga Creek Conservancy is launching a capital campaign to purchase a piece of property that has become available near Cain Creek that will increase access to the headwaters of the North Chickamauga Creek.
Hixson dentist Kathryn Egan has always had a heart for service, spending her second year out of dental school at University of Tennessee at Memphis working for Indian Health Services, a government program in Alaska, followed by a year and half at the Veterans Affairs office near Eastgate Mall. She then helped establish a nonprofit in Mufreesboro, Tenn., serving the working uninsured.
Kimberly Saldana says she’s always felt a little bit like a gypsy.
Hamilton County has about 12,000 single-family households, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. Valleybrook Church EPC is reaching out to those single parents with its new 13-week Single and Parenting class, to be held weekly on Wednesdays beginning Jan. 14.
The Chattanooga Area YMCA Boys and Girls Outdoor Leadership Development program, known as BOLD/GOLD, needs the community’s help to continue making the outdoors accessible to the city’s youth.
The Meeting House on Dayton Boulevard wants to serve craft beer, but the city of Red Bank will have to change its laws first.
Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom opened this month in Northgate Mall, and though the restaurant is a chain that began in Colorado, it plans on rooting itself in the Chattanooga community.
The Casual Pint recently set up shop on Cherokee Boulevard, offering a meeting place for business associates, a study zone for students, and a big screen for friends wanting to catch the game — all with a craft beer in hand.
The area known as Big Soddy Creek Gulf has officially been designated a park by the city of Soddy-Daisy. The City Commission also established rules and regulations for the new public space during its December meeting.