Hosting meetings March 12-13
The conservation easement that would forever forbid development on Signal Mountain park lands is nearing a vote, but first town officials want public input.
Signal Mountain residents no longer have to drive down the mountain to shop at one of the North Shore’s boutiques.
Signal Mountain resident Travis Close is bringing Chattanooga a new way to enjoy beer at parties and events.
The word cotillion may call to mind images of teacups, gloves and old-fashioned customs, but the need for good etiquette is anything but a thing of the past, says Dawn Jumper. An etiquette consultant, she said the No. 1 etiquette concern today has to do with cellphones.
It’s true: Merv’s has finally reopened after an extensive renovation. The distinct red-wall-proclaimed “Best Burger in Tennessee” purveyor is back in business.
WRCB-TV meteorologist Paul Barys does not predict a big snow this week, but there may be a few flurries toward the end of the week.
After his day job at Chattem, Signal Mountain artist Grant Ferguson has little time to market his art, he said.
Mountain Fellowship has a new home at Bachman Community Center.
The Signal Mountain Town Council plans to begin discussing the hiring of a new town manager at its next work session Friday, Feb. 28 at 10 a.m. at Town Hall.
Proceeds to help fund scholarships
Whether you are a seasoned gambler or have never played craps, blackjack or poker, Alexian has a fun night planned to help raise funds for its scholarship fund Friday, Feb. 28 from 7-10 p.m.
Walden Mayor David Epperson says progress on transforming the property of the late Martha McCoy into the new town center is right on schedule.
When Signal Mountain residents Chris and Michelle Welch take their dogs out, people notice.
Signal Mountain resident Tracie LeSar first became involved with the Project Access initiative that provides health care to people who are at least 150 percent below the poverty level without access to health insurance, six years ago.
Thanks to a grant from Target, award-winning children’s author and poet Jeff Nathan is coming to Nolan Elementary Tuesday, Feb. 25. He will spend the day engaging in age-appropriate activities with all grade levels and then hold an evening event open to the public from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
If you were to create a superhero, what qualities would he or she have? This is a question participants in the upcoming superhero puppet making class at the MACC will answer as they create their own superhero character and turn it into a puppet.