The town of Signal Mountain is a new homeowner, but at least one official isn’t happy about the decision.
Every Saturday until Aug. 23, representatives from Signal Mountain Church of Christ will be available to pray with passing motorists who don’t even need to leave their vehicle.
It’s been a great year for Mountain Cove Bluegrass Band, which Signal Mountain Weekly has been covering since the group was formed back in 2008 during lunch breaks at Signal Mountain Middle/High School.
For the fourth year, volunteers from the Alive in You summer program are spending several summer days doing repairs and cleaning at the MACC.
The Signal Mountain Farmers Market is moving from Bachman Community Center to the parking lot at Pruett’s Signal Mountain Market. The market day and times will remain the same — Thursdays from 4-6 p.m.
Recommendation still to come
With rehabilitation plans looming, the town of Signal Mountain recently hired a consultant to conduct a historical survey of James Boulevard.
Civic groups have long been paying the town of Signal Mountain “in kind” for the use of the MACC facilities. Most of the groups, such as the local Lions and garden clubs, pay in kind by doing a service of their choosing for the center or for the community, Town Manager Boyd Veal explained.
An upcoming estate sale in Old Town affords the rare opportunity to purchase a Picasso piece right here on Signal Mountain.
St. Augustine Catholic Church will be putting its new education wing to good use this fall with the opening of St. Augustine Learning Center, a curriculum-based preschool for 3- and 4-year-olds.
Everyone knows that shopping locally puts money back into the community. But one store on Signal Mountain is taking that a step further by putting every cent spent there back into the community.
Nathan Rogers is the type of man who has always served others. The Chattanooga police officer is a combat veteran who spent two years in Iraq and Afghanistan.
After nearly six months as town manager, Boyd Veal seems to have quelled any of the Town Council’s concerns about his ability to do the job.
Meet the Holmes family, July’s Newcomers of the Month. They moved to Signal Mountain in January of last year from Athens, Tenn., for Gregory Holmes’ office management job.
Local woodworker Farrell Eaves just finished the biggest project of his lifetime.
Former Signal Mountain resident Zach Laliberte, who spends most of his time in the Los Angeles area, also works occasionally with the Atlanta Workshop Players.