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WRES looks for land to build station

The daughter of the late Martha McCoy has publicly stated that she does not want to see a fire station built on the McCoy property.

Signal residents rally volunteers for Ironman Chattanooga

Even if you are not quite in shape to swim 2.4 miles, bike two loops on a 56-mile course and run two and a half loops of a 26.2 mile course, you can still be a part of the excitement when the 11th race in the U.S. Ironman series takes place in Chattanooga Sept. 27.

SMMHS students earn national engineering ranking

The gang from “The Big Bang Theory” has nothing on these left-brained phenoms.

‘Fat Shirley’s’ opens at the MACC

Bluegrass musical comedy “Fat Shirley’s: A Trailer Park Opera” is showing at the MACC July 31 and Aug. 1, 6, 7 and 8 at 7 p.m. and Aug. 2 at 2 p.m.

The Signal Mountain Art Academy blends faith, healing with creativity

Signal Mountain native Sherry Thompson is opening The Signal Mountain Art Academy, a faith-based art ministry offering classes in technique for the serious-minded student, as well as art activities and parties for children and adults.

Guthrie’s celebrates golden anniversary

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Guthrie’s restaurant chain — which bills itself as the original golden fried chicken finger restaurant — will have special prices, prizes and giveaways at each store throughout the day Friday, July 31.

Online service may help Signal burglary victims

With the waves of burglaries that continue to hit the community, the Signal Mountain Police Department is now offering one more way for potential victims to recover stolen property.

Powell continues half century of building bridges at McCoy Farm

For more than 50 years, Signal Mountain resident Sam Powell has been building bridges, improving accessibility to the town’s parks and wilderness areas. His current project will benefit generations of nature lovers in Walden as he lends his talents to a new bridge planned for the McCoy Farm property.

St. Augustine’s Highway to Haiti sale starts July 28

Because of construction currently underway at St. Augustine Catholic Church, the church is holding its annual Highway to Haiti yard sale under a tent in front of Price Rite at 2900 Taft Highway.

Police, Fire departments to hold open house

The people who serve and protect Signal Mountain are opening the doors of the town’s Police and Fire departments to the community Saturday, July 25 from 1-5 p.m.

Walden regulates rental of McCoy property

WaldenWith McCoy property rental requests coming in to Town Hall, the Walden Board of Mayor and Aldermen is officially regulating its use.

NNH Thrift Store moves to Dayton Boulevard

After its grand opening earlier this week, the Northside Neighborhood House Thrift Store is settling in at its new location at 3605 Dayton Blvd.

Signal might allow smaller lot sizes

The Signal Mountain Town Council might amend the town’s zoning ordinance to allow residents in existing neighborhoods to subdivide and sell their property in lots as small as a quarter-acre.

Restoration Gardens focuses on restoring health of soil, mind and spirit

The Restoration Gardens booth at the Signal Mountain Farmers Market boasts a beautiful array of colorful vegetables, but the food’s benefits go beyond its superficial qualities; further even than organic certification.

Signal Mountain UMC welcomes new minister

Signal Mountain United Methodist Church has a new pastor, the Rev. Caleb Pitkin. He is replacing the Rev. J. N. Howard, who had come out of retirement to lead the church.