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TAW to pass costs on to customers

In 2011, Tennessee American raised customers’ rates 14.8 percent. In 2012, the utility raised rates 12.72 percent.

NRCC offers oil painting classes for seniors through grant

Judi Hostetter was a young newlywed when she first began painting.

Residents call for new sports complex, solution to Norris Field traffic

A year and a half after the Signal Mountain Town Council opened up Norris Field as a practice space for local youth sports leagues, residents of the surrounding neighborhood are still fighting it. Some are even calling for a new sports complex to be built elsewhere in the town.

Fresh Pot Cafe adds fresh option to Highway 153

The newly opened Fresh Pot Cafe adds a casual option for fresh food — with a gourmet twist — on Highway 153.

Gospel singing to benefit local in need of kidney transplant

In 2011, Charles Adamson was told he was on a three-year waiting list for a much-needed kidney transplant. Today, he’s closer than ever to the surgery, but there are still funds to raise.

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.

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