The Red Bank City Commission is entering into three agreements with Wiser Consultants to conduct engineering studies, all of which will be paid for with 80-20 matching grants awarded by the Tennessee Department of Transportation.
A Hixson couple is opening a J. Gumbo’s restaurant on Hixson Pike at the end of the month.
Tina Allen, an internationally recognized expert in the field of infant and pediatric massage therapy, is coming to Beyond Technique in Chattanooga to lead two certification courses for therapists as well as a free class for families.
Cat Clinic of Chattanooga’s Dr. Marcia Toumayan recalls several times when her clients were reduced to tears. They couldn’t pay for the care their sick or injured cat needed.
Redevelopment of the former Red Bank Middle School property is being delayed because of environmental concerns at the site. Red Bank City Attorney Arnold Stulce informed city commissioners at their July 7 work session that the second phase of the environmental report on the property recently provided to the city by the Hamilton County Department of Education was inconclusive.
After its grand opening earlier this week, the Northside Neighborhood House Thrift Store is settling in at its new location at 3605 Dayton Blvd.
While still thought of as a somewhat counterculture approach to medicine, the practice of functional medicine is becoming more popular, and Chattanooga is now home to practitioner Dr. Scott Resnick, owner of Chattanooga Functional Medicine in North Chattanooga.
If you frequent Chattz, Brash or Revelator Coffee Company, you’ve likely indulged in one of St. Elmo resident Charity Everett’s pretty pastries.
As the city of Red Bank considers its options for the redevelopment of the former Red Bank Middle School property and other properties in the central business district, city officials are considering changes to the municipality’s beer ordinance.
The Soddy-Daisy High School shooting team is seeing continued success this year, with plans to head to the national competition for the second time.
Soccer players in the city of Soddy-Daisy will soon have a more convenient place to practice and play at new fields the city plans to add to the Soddy Daisy Kids Club on the city’s north end.
It’s bad enough to incur hospital bills in a time of medical ailment, but the subsequent prescriptions, equipment and medical care can lead to surmounting costs.
It’s bad enough to incur hospital bills in a time of medical ailment, but the subsequent prescriptions, equipment and medical care can lead to surmounting costs. Luckily, that’s where Goodwill comes in.
Two multimillion-dollar developments are in the works on the North Shore, and more are likely.
Some of Chattanooga’s brightest coders, developers and tech-minded residents — including North Chattanooga resident David Duncan — holed themselves up at the Tennessee Aquarium for 24 hours to help find solutions to ocean sustainability problems.