If you live in District 6 and have a concern, Councilwoman Carol Berz wants to hear from you. Community involvement was the theme of her town hall meeting at the Tyner Recreation Center last week.
Local fifth-grader Christopher Allen has always loved maps and geography, and that interest has carried him to the National Geographic State Bee where he is a semifinalist.
Ever since Robyn Sandin was a little girl, she knew she wanted to be a doctor. Now, she and her business partner have opened a new lifestyle-oriented doctor’s office, TLC Primary Care, in Ooltewah.
Collegedale commissioners have adjusted the speed limit on Little Debbie Parkway to accommodate the growth along the road — and the traffic that comes with it.
Big projects are coming to the East Brainerd area.
Members of St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church in Ooltewah are looking for shoes to donate to Chattanooga’s Community Kitchen for the church’s annual Walk in Love collection event.
Signal Mountain resident Charlene Nash uses her knowledge of soil and agriculture to help small farmers in Africa increase their production, and therefore their quality of life, through her nonprofit organization, Soil Resources Initiative.
The air is warming, the birds are singing — and that means it’s time for spring cleaning. Fortunately for Chattanoogans, local Goodwill stores are offering help to declutter and destress with The Big Spring Clean event March 20-30.
Councilwoman Carol Berz invites Tyner-area residents to attend a town hall meeting Thursday, March 19.
Plans for the Collegedale Commons development grow grander by the minute. The community center, which will be built next to Collegedale City Hall on Swinyar Drive, is in the very early stages of fundraising and design, but it’s already drawing attention from Collegedale officials.
B Woody wants to change the way people view their food, and hopes her new business GreenHouse Cafe Market will help her do just that.
Hamilton Place will celebrate National Quilting Day by raising funds for the nonprofit The Next Door Chattanooga, which serves women in crisis.
Judith Nembhard knew from the beginning that her younger son was not like other children.
East Brainerd residents showed up in full force to voice their concerns to Skyfall developer Rick Harris last week at Westview Elementary. Harris’ proposal of the 35 single-family home subdivision raised a number of questions from worsening traffic to storm water runoff concerns.
Mel Vandergriff has 16 bird feeders surrounding his home.