Plans to rehabilitate James Boulevard continue, now with the aid of Alexian Village.
Progress is being made on the hallway at the MACC memorializing Sarah Montgomery Lewis Wilhite.
Amy Graves, who spent more than a decade as a senior educator at the Tennessee Aquarium, is offering several mommy-and-me workshops at the MACC Thursday, Oct. 16.
Signal Mountain resident Steve Wixson doesn’t strum the guitar, craft beautiful medleys on the piano or play the trombone. He plays bones.
Alexian’s Fall Festival will be bigger and better than usual this year, said activities co-director Samantha Parker. Alexian did not hold its annual Bluegrass Festival this past June, so its budget was combined with the Fall Festival, she said.
When the seasons change, so does the Clothes House, a thrift store that raises money for Signal Mountain Social Services.
Four of the five candidates for Signal Mountain Town Council went head to head in an MBA-sponsored candidate forum at the MACC Sept. 9.
After a two-year hiatus, Bachman Community Center is bringing back its fall festival, and organizers say it is going to be bigger and better than ever.
People with an interest in Signal Mountain public schools came out in droves to support the Mountain Education Foundation at its recent fundraiser featuring author and educator June Scobee Rodgers, widow of Challenger Space Shuttle Commander Dick Scobee.
Not every kid has fun at recess. In fact, kids who are new or different often dread times of free play, which they often spend sitting alone or wandering the playground, hoping someone will ask them to play.
The 2014-2016 edition of the Signal Mountain Directory put out by the Signal Mountain Community Guild is now available at local stores including Signal Mountain Pharmacy, Wild Hare Books, Pruett’s Signal Mountain Market and the Signal Mountain branch of SunTrust.
Signal Mountain Fire Chief Eric Mitchell recently received the town’s latest ISO rating, and it contained good news.
The Signal Mountain community has seen a rash of home burglaries in the past few weeks, and town officials are asking residents to stay alert.
Signal Mountain Middle/High School’s student exchange program with Hamm, Germany, is in need of 11 host families for students arriving to Signal Sept. 27.
To host Sept. 17 talk on Israel/Palestinian conflict
Signal Crest United Methodist Church has a new senior pastor in Dale Wyrick, a native of southwest Virginia who previously served as pastor at Spring City United Methodist Church in Spring City, Tenn.