What do you want to see in your community? That’s what a team of city planners recently asked residents around the Chattanooga area.
At Red Bank Middle School, sixth-grade math teacher Terri Holmes is flipping her classroom.
Mango’s Decor and Co. owner Kristy Steele’s whole family, including her grandfather, father and sister, has always been in the furniture business. She helped her sister open Mango’s in Nashville in April.
Red Bank Church of Christ sees serving a free meal as fulfilling the purpose of serving needs in the community, like Jesus did.
Freedom Worship Center and Wimpies Restaurant are teaming up to ensure that locals in need get a hearty turkey dinner this Thanksgiving.
For the first time in months, the Red Bank City Commission finally has a full board after last week’s election.
Locals can get a start on holiday shopping and enjoy some family fun all at the same time at Soddy Elementary’s Holiday Bazaar Fall Festival Saturday, Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The stylists of Friends Cuttin’ Up Hair Salon, located at 5510 Highway 153 in Hixson, recently teamed up with the Pet Placement Center to raise funds for the animal shelter through a cut-a-thon.
Being a caregiver isn’t easy.
Citizens of Soddy-Daisy who crave the convenience of getting their pinot at the same place they buy their frozen pizza can soon do so by driving to nearby Chattanooga, Lakesite or Red Bank, all of which approved the sale of wine in grocery stores last week.
UnifiEd held its final summit on public education recently at Soddy-Daisy High School.
Baking homemade bread can be intimidating, but Hixson resident Pam Johnson is willing to help locals overcome the challenge just in time for holiday baking.
When Jessica West discovered she could go to school to learn about skin care, she was all in.
Developer Duane Horton of the Scenic Land Co., who is behind the Hillocks Farm development at the corner of Boy Scout Road and Highway 153, plans to give the community an update on the project at the North River Civic Center Monday, Nov. 10 from 6-8 p.m.
North Shore residents and business owners gathered at the Tennessee Small Business Development Center last week for the North Chattanooga Summit II.