Kelsie Bowman

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Fire Station Feasibility Study calls for new station

The town of Signal Mountain needs a second fire station.

Input wanted on McCoy property renovations

Town of Walden officials and citizens are calling for more public input on the revamping process of the property of the late Martha McCoy.

Blooming Grace aids orphans in Zambia

A typical day for Chloe McAfee and Hanna Massey might include planning a concert at The Camp House or meeting with their college interns via a Skype conference call. Or they might make beaded jewelry to sell for their cause, Blooming Grace.

Signal Mountain amends budget

In an act of budgetary housekeeping, town of Signal Mountain officials are appropriating $115,000-plus of additional expenditures than were originally budgeted for fiscal year 2013-2014.

SMPD gives advice regarding suspicious persons in area

With recent concerns about an alleged prowler at Signal Mountain Little League games, acting Police Chief Scott Ogrodowczyk reminds citizens: Don’t hesitate to call the Police Department.

SDMS teams up with Leadership Chattanooga for mentorship program

Thirty Soddy-Daisy Middle School students are already looking into possible college and career paths. Sounds a little early to be considering such options, right?

North Shore’s Taconooga serves authentic fare

Chattanooga Sandwich Shop. Urban Spoon. Northshore Lunch.

Boy Scout aids house for the homeless with HIV/AIDS

Members of Hixson’s Boy Scout Troop 172 completed yard work, mended fences and more at Catholic Charities’ The Home Place on Glenwood Avenue. David Withey, a Soddy-Daisy resident and Notre Dame High School senior, managed the project as a part of his pursuit of the Eagle Scout award.

Walden negotiates with architect for town center

Town of Walden officials are moving forward with plans to turn the property of the late Martha McCoy into the new town center.

Nolan Elementary recommended for construction

The Hamilton County Commission approved Mayor Jim Coppinger’s recommendations to grant four schools funds for needed construction projects, and Nolan Elementary is on the list.

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