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Red Bank commits to study on pedestrian improvements

A change of heart could cost the city of Red Bank more than $40,000.

Alhambra Ladies’ Luncheon and Fashion Show is Aug. 29

Alhambra Ladies’ Luncheon and Fashion Show is featuring “Salad and Silhouettes” Saturday, Aug. 29.

Bi-Lo begins change to Food City

Your local Bi-Lo supermarket is closing.

Soddy-Daisy addresses safety concerns

At their meeting Aug. 6, Soddy-Daisy commissioners addressed several safety concerns in the city, including adding school resource officers to the city’s schools that lack them, as well as giving firefighters and first responders in the city who are certified to carry firearms permission to do so on the job.

Red Bank Elementary transforms library into ‘makerspace’

Volunteer help needed

Red Bank Elementary’s library isn’t looking much like a library these days. In fact, it won’t look like a traditional library ever again.

HHS grad takes first place in national nursing competition

Bailey Harding graduated at the top of her class from Hixson High School as the 2015 valedictorian. But that is not the only top-class recognition she received this summer.

Shear Rebel owner ‘dares to be different’

Shear Rebel Hair Studio owner Arleatha Gipson uses the tagline “Dare to be Different” to describe her business, located in Salons by JC inside Northgate Mall in Hixson.

Financial advisor offers free class in Lakesite

The city of Lakesite is hosting Marty Cabe, financial advisor with Edward Jones in Lakesite, for a free financial workshop in the community room at City Hall Thursday, Aug. 27 from 6-8 p.m. The workshop is open to anyone, though Cabe requests that those who plan to attend RSVP by Friday, Aug. 21 so he can bring enough refreshments for the group.

Rabbit meat gaining in popularity at local markets

Rabbit meat is gaining in popularity among shoppers at local farmers markets, according to Amanda Abair, owner of Three Barns South, a farm in Whitwell, Tenn., which has been selling rabbit at local markets since March.

Users adjust to North Market Street redesign

Area residents who have traveled North Market Street recently may be confused by the traffic changes taking place.

Hixson resident Murphy gets new heart

After a couple days and nights in the Intensive Care Unit, too weak to sit up or say more than a few words — a burden since he loves to chat — Hixson’s Jimmy Murphy has a new lease on life.

Premier Dental gives Hixson Wildcats custom mouth guards

Practice offering 50 percent off mouth guards through October

The Hixson High School football team is one step closer to being game-ready, thanks to Premier Family Dental.

New North Shore restaurant brings Cuban charm to Chattanooga

Drinks sit cold in tin cups and the smell of hot Cuban sandwiches wafts through a storefront window. Mason jar place settings and vintage patio furniture give hints of Tennessee, but otherwise, stepping into Embargo 62 feels like walking into a restaurant in Cuba.

Red Bank open to funding requests from city schools

Red Bank city commissioners are opening up the enrollment period for principals from Red Bank schools to submit requests for funds from the $50,000 the city set aside in this year’s budget to give to city schools.

A GoFundMe page with heart for Soddy man

More than one kind of donor comes to Jimmy Murphy’s aid

Jimmy Murphy and his wife set out late last month from their Hixson home to travel to Texas.