Hamilton County commissioners’ vote to allow beer sales closer to churches in the county’s unincorporated areas will have a positive impact on at least one local business.
For Central High School teacher Chip Strickland, teaching kids teamwork and critical thinking skills is of the utmost importance.
Rolling Thunder Chapter 2 Tennessee President Kenney Hensley is leading a pack of 12 of the chapter’s 50 members on a tribute motorcycle ride to Washington, D.C.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Ooltewah-Collegedale Kiwanis Club and the 100th anniversary of the International Kiwanis Club, local members focused, as always, on their mission of giving back.
When county Mayor Jim Coppinger and his staff sit down with commissioners June 2 to go over the budget, he’ll have a daunting task: to whittle down the nearly $39 million in budget increases requested this year.
Businesses brace for construction impact
Businesses along East Brainerd Road say they are having to adjust to big changes in their traffic patterns — and profits — caused by the long-awaited road widening project.
A fender bender seven months ago led to Tyner United Methodist Church’s discovery of a church cornerstone with a time capsule dating back to 1923.
Roy Exum is keeping the memory of his late grandfather, founder of the Chattanooga Free Press Roy McDonald, alive.
A year ago, when 23-year-old Noah Falkie, then a college senior, was reading an article on pet food, he realized how simple it could be to make his own treats for his dog, Fanny.
It was standing-room-only at a meeting last Thursday night to discuss the disrepair of Davidson Road.
City officials will hold a meeting of East Brainerd community members at East Brainerd Church of Christ Thursday, May 14 at 6:30 p.m. to find out what can be done about Davidson Road, which residents say they have had issues with for years.
Come rain or shine, the Ooltewah Veterans of Foreign Wars post want to see you at their annual spring flea market Sunday, May 17.
Even a much-loved book deserves a second chance at life.
Mountain Shadows community members are calling for a new playground with updated and handicap-accessible equipment.
Collegedale Commons, even in the form of a scaled-down model, is exciting to the community — as evidenced by the buzz generated during the recent unveiling.