Within the next six weeks, construction is expected to start on the new East Brainerd Elementary School building, which will be located at East Brainerd Intermediate School’s current campus.
When Collegedale turns 45 this fall, its city planner, Kelly Martin, hopes to be able to present a pretty special birthday gift.
Collegedale City Manager Ted Rogers can mark something off his long to-do list: he’s now self-published.
When Roxanne Martin wanted to try something different, she left the day care business for something a little quieter: a coffee shop.
It happened to Ooltewah and Collegedale and now it’s coming to Apison.
Not many 11-year-olds can say they’ve walked the red carpet. But Patrick Sharrock has brittle bone disease and isn’t like other boys his age.
Ooltewah High School freshman AJ Richard doesn’t let nerves get in the way of anything.
When Brandon Maddox attended Riverbend as a kid, he was just learning how to play the guitar. Still, the former Ooltewah resident dreamed of playing a stage at Chattanooga’s favorite festival.
It may not look like much is going on with Apison Pike, but the Tennessee Department of Transportation is a little less than halfway through the right-of-way process required to move forward with the widening of the East Hamilton thoroughfare.
The city of Collegedale recently approved an ordinance to change a section of its code that has come under legal fire.
Ooltewah’s long-awaited Cambridge Square development invites the community to see its progress.
As Fred Flint ended his PowerPoint presentation in a quiet, dimmed room, dozens of hands shot into the air to ask questions. He wasn’t making a business presentation at BlueCross BlueShield Tennessee where he works; he was in Cindy Robinson’s fifth-grade classroom at Hillcrest Elementary School.
When Harrison resident Tom Hancock takes to his bike on a 162-mile, two-day journey, he’ll be thinking of a 9-year-old Sudanese girl.
Though her list of academic accolades is long, Silverdale Baptist Academy senior Savannah Clay has time to spare — time she spends with children and the elderly.
Every evening, two residents of Creekside at Shallowford Senior Living Home can be found sitting at their dinner table early.