What if you could save six lives in four days? That’s what local company Bradford Health Services is aiming to help do this holiday season — by offering free cab rides for those who have been drinking or are under the influence of any other substances.
Sequoyah’s Women in Nuclear program and local Girl Scout Troops teamed up for a “Get to Know Nuclear” event at the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant’s Training Center.
Hamilton County’s oldest congregation just got a new pastor.
Established by James Shepperd in 1953, Hixson Barber Shop is a true old-fashioned barber shop. Walking through the doors is like stepping back in time.
After only two years, the Northshore Gallery of Contemporary Art, formerly known as Graffiti, is closing its doors Dec. 20.
The Hixson Chamber Council invites the public to “Taste of Hixson,” an expo featuring Hixson restaurants and businesses being held at North River Civic Center Wednesday, Dec. 17 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Soddy-Daisy Police Chief Phil Hamrick and Lt. Jeff Gann say some crimes, such as theft, happen more frequently during the holiday season. They recently shared safety tips to help keep citizens and business owners safe this Christmas season.
Three years ago, Hixson High School teacher and wrestling coach Garrick Hall started a physical education class geared specifically for his students with disabilities.
The city of Red Bank is moving its annual Christmas Parade, traditionally held on Dayton Boulevard the first Friday night in December, to Saturday, Dec. 6.
The Good Shepherd Food Ministry of Soddy-Daisy First Baptist Church just received a big surprise — worth $20,000.
Following the November passing of a referendum allowing package liquor sales, the city of Soddy-Daisy is in the process of establishing regulations relating to such sales.
The Stuffing Strut is back for its second year at Chester Frost Park Thanksgiving Day beginning at 8 a.m.
Thanks to a Junior League of Chattanooga mini-grant, third-grade teacher Stacey Culver is sending her North Hamilton County Elementary students home with a “Bag of Knowledge” each week.
The North River Civic Center is celebrating its 10th birthday, and the staff invites the community to celebrate, too.
In 1974, 12 artists gathered and decided to open a gallery. Forty years and a couple of locations later, the gallery’s doors are still open.