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By Kelsie Bowman Staff Writer A temporary Walden citizens committee is working to make the McCoy property fit to open to the public by May 25 — specifically for a Memorial Day picnic. The Walden Board

A temporary Walden citizens committee is working to make the McCoy property fit to open to the public by May 25 — specifically for a Memorial Day picnic.

Kids and seniors combine for Kindermusik at Morning Pointe of Hixson

Kindermusik of First Baptist Church in downtown Chattanooga and Morning Pointe of Hixson are proving that music can have an impact on any age group.

Hixson pastor and illusionist Hartley to perform last local show

When Ken Hartley isn’t at Abba’s House fulfilling his role as executive pastor of worship, he can often be found performing illusions around the world.

Brooks Memorial UMC hosting celebration March 28

Brooks Memorial United Methodist Church is hosting its first Spring Break Celebration Saturday, March 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Damage to SMMHS fields will take months to repair

The recent damage done to fields at Signal Mountain Middle/High School will take months to repair, according to officials, leaving some students without field space to practice on.

SDHS inducts nine into Hall of Fame

Students and community members filled the Soddy Daisy High School gym to honor the 2015 inductees of the school’s seventh annual Hall of Fame ceremony.

Kids and seniors combine for Kindermusik at Morning Pointe of Hixson

Kindermusik of First Baptist Church in downtown Chattanooga and Morning Pointe of Hixson are proving that music can have an impact on any age group.

Professional organizer to help community with spring cleaning

The air is warming, the birds are singing — and that means it’s time for spring cleaning. Fortunately for Chattanoogans, local Goodwill stores are offering help to declutter and destress with The Big Spring Clean event March 20-30.

Speed bump conversation continues on Signal

The Signal Mountain Town Council asked for a straight answer from the Municipal Technical Advisory Service regarding the speed bumps in the Hidden Brook neighborhood, but didn’t get one.

Thousands of dragons flying to River Street

East Brainerd resident Barbara Newton’s dying wish was for someone to take over her extensive dragon collection, expand it and relocate it to downtown Chattanooga.

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