Emily Crisman

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City of Red Bank reports on debt, expenditures

The city of Red Bank recently reported on its debt obligation.

Belanger focuses on family photography

In addition to teaching first-year chemistry at UTC, Dominique Belanger is also a professional photographer.

New kids’ cooking class ‘sprouts’ at MACC

Getting kids involved with cooking encourages them to make healthier eating choices, says Allie Fincher, owner of Sprouts Cooking, which is offering an upcoming kids’ cooking class at the MACC. The class is scheduled for Mondays, Sept. 8-29 from 4-5 p.m. with a registration deadline of Sept. 3.

Change is brewing in Red Bank

Land use plan revealed

A movie theater, library, progressive restaurants and high-end gift shops are some of the things envisioned for the former Red Bank Middle School property.

Lions make change to annual tradition

A big change is taking place with the Signal Mountain Lions Club’s annual Labor Day Barbecue this year. For the first time since the event began, the club will not be cooking its own barbecue.

Meet the Angles, Newcomers of the Month

The Angle family moved to the Chattanooga area last year when Steven Angle became the new chancellor at UTC. The university has a house on Lookout Mountain where the Angles have lived for the past year while they looked for a house of their own.

Nolan set to expand

This may be the last year that Amber Napier has to cram her kids into a too-small classroom at Nolan Elementary.

New market vendor offers pork, chicken, herbal products

Merryfield’s Farm of Whitwell, Tenn., is a new vendor at the Signal Mountain Farmers Market, offering pork, chicken and herbal products to shoppers.

Signal Mountain Health and Wellness adds second doctor

In order to better serve its growing practice, Signal Mountain Health and Wellness has added a second provider, Dr. Gregory Nieckula.

Lakesite, Red Bank to vote on wine in grocery stores

All area petitions must be submitted by Aug. 21

Lakesite and Red Bank have collected the required number of valid signatures on local petitions to put the sale of wine in retail food stores on the upcoming November ballots.

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