“Tremendous growth and tremendous growing pain” are what East Hamilton residents should expect in the next few years in terms of construction and roadwork, according to officials.
When Pat and Brandon Sigler opened Sigler’s Craft Beer and Cigars last year, they aimed to bring the downtown beer scene to East Hamilton with their own twist. Now, celebrating their one-year anniversary, it’s clear they have successfully done just that.
Students at Westview Elementary School received a much-needed gift from two local politicians last week.
As Bess T. Shepherd Elementary’s fifth-grade basketball team stared out the school’s front door, they wondered what the man they were waiting for would look like.
JahReese Radden has known she wanted to be a nurse since she was a little girl.
When Brett Elliott left the Navy submarine force in Hawaii last June, he knew he wanted to run his own business. Now, with business partner Greg Gawron, he is doing just that with their car repair shop German Autohaus.
What began as a four-week stay in Chattanooga for two Colombian children left a lasting impression on both them and their host family.
Cornerstone Community Bank’s Ooltewah branch employees showed their gratitude for the Collegedale Police Department with a cake and card for the officers on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.
Neighbors of a proposed 230-unit apartment complex at the corner of Shallowford Road and Jenkins Road showed up to last week’s Chattanooga-Hamilton County Planning Commission meeting and asked that the project’s rezoning request be denied a recommendation.
The Collegedale Commons development now has a clearer layout and configuration.
For many people, 190 feet may sound like the size of a room.
Born just five months and a mile and a half away from the gunshots that began World War II, Klaus Luehning found his way from his native Danzig (now Gdańsk, Poland), to Ooltewah.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” says Joanne Wynne. And, with the new Reversing Diabetes initiative she is spearheading along with her church, she’s aiming to practice what she preaches.
As a Zumba instructor and mother of a 2-year-old, Mari Smith knows the difficulty of juggling a busy schedule and raising a young child.
Forty Chattanooga Aerialists perform acrobatic style tricks weekly in East Brainerd.