The plans for one of the biggest developments Chattanooga has ever seen are set to be revealed at a public meeting Thursday, Dec. 5 from 6-8 p.m. at Hixson United Methodist Church.
Jaime Simonds’ never-ending day begins at 5:45 a.m., give or take a few minutes for one of the 11 alarms she has set to jostle her awake.
The North River Civic Center is hosting an opening reception for its exhibit “Art for the Holidays” Friday, Dec. 6 from 5-7 p.m. The show will be on display at the center until Feb. 28, 2014.
Junior League of Chattanooga recently hosted a reception to honor Hamilton County public school teachers who are the recipients of 31 mini grants from the local organization.
Event organizers of Soddy-Daisy High School’s Breakfast with Santa and Christmas Market Shopping say this year’s event is bigger than ever.
Plenty of gems are hiding in the Briar Patch, Chattanooga’s newest spot for finding antiques, refurbished furniture, gifts and handmade goods. Located at the foot of Signal Mountain across from Baylor School, the Briar Patch will be open from now until Sunday, Dec. 15.
12 Paws Pet Bakery has moved from Signal Mountain to Red Bank, and the store is holding an open house Friday, Dec. 6 from 5-8 p.m. Owner Betty Crawford said she moved the store so she could combine it with the 4 Paws Pet Food Pantry she recently helped start.
A Ferris wheel, a library, a walking track, a solar farm, Coolidge Park-style fountains and an indoor shooting range—these are just a few of the suggestions presented by Red Bank citizens at a recent public meeting called for citizens to give their input on what should be done with the property housing the former Red Bank High School and Red Bank Junior High.
Fundraising efforts at Daisy Church of God during the annual Soddy-Daisy Christmas Parade will benefit Project TEAM, a mission trip to Guatemala planned for July 2014.
Patients of Tennessee Oncology at Memorial Hospital prefer to come in for their treatments on Mondays.
As Betina Wilson stepped out of her car and into the gravel parking lot of her new thrift shop on Dayton Boulevard, a friend named Brent McCloud asked her, “So, what do you want to name it?”
Lighted Boat Parade follows
In 2012, Chattanooga Room in the Inn housed 142 people experiencing homelessness, 73 of whom were children.
The city of Red Bank is cracking down on dog owners who let their dogs roam unleashed in White Oak Park outside the designated dog park area.
The city of Red Bank is holding a public meeting focused on the Affordable Care Act at the Red Bank Community Center Tuesday, Nov. 26 at 7 p.m.
The highly anticipated Thanksgiving meal is just more than a week away. If you’re looking for something different than the traditional turkey, or if you just need some ideas for delicious Southern sides, promoter of local food movement Gaining Ground’s got you covered, all with locally sourced and in-season ingredients. Find out more at growchattanooga.org.