The city of Soddy-Daisy passed a resolution at its May 15 meeting authorizing orders of removal of unruly people from the city’s parks.
With its main building constructed in 1937 and the gym and library added in 1971, the old Red Bank Middle School is ready for retirement, said principal John Pierce. Built to be heated with coal, the building still has old-time radiators, the roof leaks and walls are crumbling, he said.
When it comes to color, Dana Hamilton knows what she wants.
Natural health runs in the family for Alison Campbell, a Hixson resident who along with her husband Chris recently purchased The Family Herb Shop from her parents.
J. Smith Salon is now home to a new stylist, Katie Eggebrecht.
MACC will begin holding a new nature program for children certain Fridays beginning May 31. Although not affiliated with the Tennessee Aquarium, the program will be led by longtime aquarium employees Susie Grant and penguin keeper Amy Graves.
A Red Bank resident says she fears for her safety following a random drive-by shooting on McCahill Road, and stood before the City Commission at its May 7 meeting to request more police presence in the neighborhood.
To help fund her “girls trips” to Florida twice a year, Signal Mountain resident Kelley Adams uses her second favorite Christmas present she’s ever received — a monogram machine (her first favorite is her German Shepherd).
Signal Mountain resident Allison Durras is putting her culinary degree from the Art Institute of Atlanta to good use as the owner of Baked in Chattanooga, her new restaurant on the North Shore.
It may be called Miss Bea’s Tree, Miss Bee’s Tree or Miss B’s tree; all the Signal Mountain Tree Board has been able to find out about the tree’s name has been gleaned from teachers at Thrasher Elementary, where the huge white oak shades the playground.