Kiwanis Club of Ooltewah-Collegedale members hosted student carolers from Cleveland’s Trousdale School for their annual holiday dinner.
At its first regular meeting since the election, the Walden Board of Mayor and Aldermen addressed a packed agenda in front of a full house at Town Hall.
Our last Newcomers of the Month for 2014 are Jim, Michelle, Ridley and Watson Vaughn.
Signal Mountain Middle/High School is implementing a Teacher of the Month initiative to recognize one middle school teacher and one high school teacher each month.
Former town of Signal Mountain Youth and Community Relations Officer Heath Gunter is back at Signal Mountain Middle/High School full time until the end of the school year.
Since last December, the Soddy-Daisy Food Bank’s clients have increased by 26 percent, said Director of Operations Ray Woodall.
Soddy Daisy Middle School was brimming over with teachers, students and parents at its fall semester Academic Night.
This is a busy time of year for John Crider.
Every piece of furniture in Mike Newsom’s home has a story. The specialty foreman does custom furniture and woodwork.
When Jillyn Parker decided to join her work’s Toastmasters International Club to hone her public speaking techniques three years ago, she had no idea how far she would go.
Frank and Joey Chamberlain began their romance as high school sweethearts in the 1940s — and until a few years ago, they thought that was also where it ended.
Eight-year-old William Joel is especially thankful this holiday season for something many people take for granted — a personal bathroom.
For dog lovers Jeff and Sharon Martin, Happy Tails Country Club was always the place they could trust to bring their family pets while travelling.
Collegedale resident Alex Loza is eager to make an artistic contribution to the city — and is asking for the community’s help to do so. Loza recently received approval from the Tennessee Department of Transportation to paint three murals on several of the city’s bridge walls.
Kellie Carter is on a mission to give back to the community. She calls it A Village Project - Chattanooga, and with the support of the community, she wants to make a difference.
Fred Astaire Chattanooga has taught Chattanoogans how to dance since 1991, and has held lessons at several locations throughout the years.
What if you could save six lives in four days?
Leaders of Chattanooga’s Southside joined together to discuss the future of the area in an economic discussion forum.