It could be the first dance at your wedding this spring. Perhaps it’s the father-daughter dance at your baby girl’s senior prom. Or maybe you’re just looking for a new hobby in order to stay active.
Rezoning request rescheduled for March 18
About 30 residents of Ashmore Avenue and the surrounding neighborhood showed up to the Feb. 25 Red Bank Commission meeting to protest a developer’s request to rezone 1918 and 1924 Ashmore Ave. from low- to high-density residential.
The Pediatric Healthcare Improvement Coalition for the Tennessee Valley wants to hear about your experience with pediatric health care in the Chattanooga area.
Rodney and Susan Bass say the secrets to a successful local business include putting in lots of hours, never buying what you can’t afford and building slow, sustained growth.
Sarah Ketterer’s shop on Etsy.com is splashed with lots of vibrant — even if a bit faded — color.
Vocational students from across the region recently gathered at Sequoyah High School in Soddy-Daisy for a welding competition, sponsored by the American Welding Society.
Red Bank Commissioner Ken Welch is leaving the city and his elected position for a nursing job in Arcada, Calif.
Artist and sculptor Bryan Rasmussen, who is exhibiting at Graffiti Gallery through March 15, sees each of his pieces as an object of meditation.
Creates Zoning Review Board
What changes would you like to see in the city of Red Bank?
It’s true: Merv’s has finally reopened after an extensive renovation. The distinct red-wall-proclaimed “Best Burger in Tennessee” purveyor is back in business.
Age is not a style. It’s a frame of mind.
Ivy Academy office manager Ansley Eichhorn and Exceptional Education teacher Holly Slater are embarking on their own educational venture this spring — and it’s going to be sweeter than honey.
As Hillocks Farm developer Duane Horton’s rezoning request passed on first reading Feb. 11, District 1 Chattanooga City Councilman Chip Henderson said he would like to see the community review committee he and fellow Councilmen Jerry Mitchell and Ken Smith set up continue to assist with future developments.
Several weeks still stand between us and the warm weather of spring.
The library of Red Bank High School is currently dotted with the paintings and drawings of junior Jordan Smith.