The city of Soddy-Daisy is looking into the possibility of an ordinance that would allow backyard chickens.
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.
Tucked away on River Street, new gallery and shop Elevation adds a touch of diversity to one of Chattanooga’s favorite shopping neighborhoods.
From zombie makeup to shabby chic wall art, Uniquely Unhinged owner Michelle Hatfield does it all.
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.
As the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency begins collecting input from local residents as part of its Growing Forward revisioning process, attendees at the RPA’s recent workshop held at North River Civic Center expressed skepticism that the workshop would be helpful in creating the type of community they desire.
Attendees at the first installment of the North River Civic Center’s Sunset Concert Series swayed to the smooth jazz and bright swing music of The Ralph Miller Quartet, featuring singer India Galyean.
Middle Valley resident Pat Stewart’s current job is a far cry from her years spent working for Fortune 500 companies.
While it seems like school just started, progress reports are just around the corner. Margie Bagby, owner of the new local franchise of tutoring company Above Grade Level, said parents should immediately seek help for a child who is falling behind.
Imagine taking your grocery bill and cutting it by 40 percent.
The city of Red Bank recently reported on its debt obligation.
Sometimes it’s listed as malnutrition. Other times a heart attack or another type of organ failure.
Larry Bullington doesn’t do anything halfway, but he sure does a lot. He’s self-described as the best-kept secret in town.
Ann Lewis started plucking the chords of a piano when she was as young as 6, and she played for a gospel quartet by the age of 15.
Tie-dye, peace signs and a generally groovy atmosphere — a step inside Hixson Pike’s new Hipster Vibes is like walking right back into the 1960s.