Officials are cautioning East Hamilton residents to prepare for traffic delays in the coming months due to three major roadway projects that are expected to overlap in construction.
Roueche Chorale members are celebrating their 15th anniversary with a special two-night candlelight service at Ridgedale Baptist Church, Thursday and Friday, Dec. 11 and 12, at 7 p.m.
Chantilly Lace Floral Boutique owner Kathy Yuppa has been arranging flowers since she could see over the counter at her father’s floral shop, beginning 50 years ago.
For brides and grooms looking for an alternative to a formal church ceremony, the owners of the newly opened South Branch Stables say their venue has the solution.
Construction to begin in 2015
After years of planning, a private donor has come forward to make the dream of a community center in Collegedale a reality.
Leaders at The Samaritan Center expect the center’s nearly complete $3.1 million renovation and expansion to help grow its mission of helping those in need in the surrounding areas.
In mid-November, the Chattanooga Alzheimer’s Association hosted its second annual Run to Remember 5K and raised more than $9,000.
When Ooltewah’s Steve Ray helped plan the first Spirit of Christmas Parade 15 years ago, he never imagined it would become the event it is today.
If you want to get some Christmas shopping done and feel good about your purchases by keeping your dollars local and supporting your community, mark your calendar for Christmas in the Cove. Even Santa will be there.
“I don’t need any publicity or attention for my work,” Collegedale businessman Franklin Farrow said when asked about his philanthropy work.
Miranda Perez is a mother on a mission to make a difference for students across Chattanooga.
Tyner Academy students listened quietly to Silverdale Baptist Church member Patti Payne. But their eyes — looking eagerly at the pile of instruments behind her — betrayed their true excitement.
Toys are pouring into Chattanooga Family Practice, filling the outer edges of the main boss’s office from the floor to the ceiling. Laura Watkins, whose office that is, said she does not mind sitting in the middle of what appears to be a toy store. It’s all for a good cause: the Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots.
The developer of Enclave at East Hamilton, Bassam Issa, is preparing for the first phase of construction after Hamilton County commissioners voted unanimously to approve the commercial development at their Nov. 19 meeting.
County Commissioner Sabrena Smedley and City Councilman Larry Grohn are teaming up for a public meeting Monday, Nov. 24 to discuss the growth and development coming to the area.