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.
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.
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.
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.
The Red Bank City Commission is entering into three agreements with Wiser Consultants to conduct engineering studies, all of which will be paid for with 80-20 matching grants awarded by the Tennessee Department of Transportation.
Tina Allen, an internationally recognized expert in the field of infant and pediatric massage therapy, is coming to Beyond Technique in Chattanooga to lead two certification courses for therapists as well as a free class for families.
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.
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.
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.
Redevelopment of the former Red Bank Middle School property is being delayed because of environmental concerns at the site. Red Bank City Attorney Arnold Stulce informed city commissioners at their July 7 work session that the second phase of the environmental report on the property recently provided to the city by the Hamilton County Department of Education was inconclusive.