Emily Crisman

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Local artist creates ‘Celebration of Signal Mountain’ series

Signal Mountain artist Val Gibson’s collection of 10 scenes from Signal Mountain, “A Celebration of Signal Mountain,” is now available at Cutting Corners Framing in 5-by-7-inch prints as well as in note card form.

Angels await at 517 Subs on Signal

In an effort to make giving to children in need through The Salvation Army more convenient for mountain residents, 517 Subs has hosted an Angel Tree for the organization for the past six years.

McCoy Farm hosts inaugural Christmas market

Following the success of the McCoy Farm’s Memorial Day event, the community group working to upgrade the property into a true town centerpiece is holding a Christmas market at the farm Sunday, Nov. 29 from 2-5:30 p.m.

N. Hamilton municipalities unite to hire lobbyist

Several Hamilton County municipalities, including Soddy-Daisy, Red Bank and Lakesite, feel they need an advocate at the state level.

Hixson students benefit from Girl Talk program

Being a teenager can be tough, but having a mentor to guide you can make dealing with these difficult years a little easier.

Red Bank awards grant funding to bankroll projects in city schools

Red Bank commissioners voted 4-1 at their Nov. 3 meeting to award nearly $50,000 in what the board is calling “education grants” to schools within the city’s limits.

Last call for MOST’s Christmas tree delivery orders

The Men of St. Timothy’s group from St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church is preparing to make the drive to Boone, N.C., to pick up trees for its seventh annual Christmas Tree & Wreath Sale.

City postpones Frazier bike lane project

The city of Chattanooga is postponing the expansion of its protected-bike-lane network to Frazier Avenue. Initially scheduled for this fall, the project has been moved to the summer of 2016, City Transportation Director Blythe Bailey told a packed room at the third North Chattanooga Summit held recently at the Business Development Center.

Signal Santas preparing for annual event

If you’re a woman living on the mountain, do not be surprised if you get a call from a stranger in the next few weeks. The Signal Santas, a group of women who have gathered in one another’s homes during the holidays since 1992, are continuing to recruit new blood to keep the longstanding tradition alive.

Alexian Village recognizes veterans

The community is encouraged to attend a Veterans Day program at the Alexian Village Town Hall Wednesday, Nov. 11 starting at 1 p.m.

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