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Nonprofit hosts fashion show to benefit women in India

When Susan Mathews met trafficked women on a recent trip to India, she knew she had to find a way for her nonprofit, Love Without Reason, to help them.

A long road likely ahead for Davidson overhaul

Small repairs being studied to alleviate some issues

A complete overhall to fix Davidson Road would cost much more than is currently in the budget, according to Chattanooga Department of Transportation Administrator Blythe Bailey.

American Legion hosts flea market

The Collegedale American Legion Post 257 is hosting its Spring Flea Market this weekend at Collegedale Community Church.

CARTA to take downtown dwellers to Enterprise South

Next month, CARTA will expand its bus routes to help downtown residents get to two of Chattanooga’s largest employers.

Birdathon a sign of spring

The colors you see in the budding trees may be another sign of spring: birds.

Smith calls for more financing, improvements for schools

Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Rick Smith wants Chattanooga residents to help him rebrand the city on behalf of its youngest citizens.

Boys and Girls Club needs help of local men and women

The Boys and Girls Club of Chattanooga is hosting its annual Stake ‘N Burger Dinner Monday, April 27 to honor the club’s teen members and raise funds for the organization.

Nonprofit hosting fashion show to benefit women in India

When Susan Mathews met trafficked women on a recent trip to India, she knew she had to find a way for her nonprofit, Love Without Reason, to help them.

A long road likely ahead for Davidson overhaul

A complete overhall to fix Davidson Road would cost much more than is currently in the budget, according to Chattanooga Department of Transportation Administrator Blythe Bailey.

Davidson Road disrepair is dangerous, residents say

Traveling over the crest of Davidson Road heading west, Alan Reimann’s young daughter was nearly hit head-on by a car forced into her lane as she was learning to drive. Her father said that near-accident two years ago is one of many, and concern is growing among residents, especially as the East Brainerd area continues to develop quickly.

New school gets new flag from officials

County Commissioner District 7 Sabrena Smedley and state Rep. Marc Gravitt presented a new flag to the new East Brainerd Elementary School to celebrate their upcoming opening in the fall.

Rain or shine, East Brainerd Elementary’s safety patrol is prepared

Just in time for spring, East Brainerd Elementary School’s safety patrol team no longer has to let rain keep them from doing their job.

‘The Music Man’ comes to CA

Collegedale Academy students are preparing for this year’s play, “The Music Man,” being performed April 11-13.

Recording musician offers instrument lessons

A musician for nearly 30 years, Brian Brewer never expected to become a teacher.

CARTA expands to Enterprise South

Next month, CARTA will expand its bus routes to include two of Chattanooga’s largest employers, both located at Enterprise South.

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