The MACC is holding a pottery gnome workshop for parents and children with instructor Lolly Durant Friday, March 6 from 6:30-8:30 p.m., and Saturday, March 7 from 10 a.m. to noon. The deadline to sign up is Wednesday, March 4.
Signal Mountain resident Charlene Nash uses her knowledge of soil and agriculture to help small farmers in Africa increase their production, and therefore their quality of life, through her nonprofit organization, Soil Resources Initiative.
As Signal Mountain resident Sandy Croft approached a half century in age, the chemical distribution company she had worked at most of her life, where she’d met her husband Robert, laid her off.
Adams Automotive and Performance is expanding its offerings to include performance parts.
Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series outlining the purpose and duties of the various boards involved with the government in the town of Signal Mountain.
Despite protests from nearby residents, the city of Soddy-Daisy has issued a Certificate of Compliance to Ashish Chaudhari, who plans to open a liquor store in the Green Pond neighborhood.
Dr. Josh Yother, who became principal of Skyuka Hall this past August, is breathing new life into the small school designed for children who learn differently.
While Signal Mountain brothers W.O. and Marvin Johnson have enjoyed good health for most of their lives, in recent years, both have been forced to undergo rehabilitation at Siskin Hospital for Rehabilitation after suffering from strokes.
Nursery to hold class
Signal Mountain Nursery owners Mark and Kim Bonastia remind the community that now is the time to prune, clean beds and fertilize.
Traffic may not be as big an issue as opponents think
The construction of the new Ganns Middle Valley Elementary School, which will be complete in time for the school to open August 2015, should only improve traffic patterns surrounding the proposed development at Thrasher Pike and Middle Valley Road, according to District 3 School Board Representative Greg Martin.