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Meet Signal’s new police chief: Mike Williams

Signal Mountain has a new police chief, and his name is Mike Williams.

Stuart Heights to host Night to Shine prom for special needs

Needs local businesses or vendors as partners

In honor of its five-year anniversary, the Tim Tebow Foundation sought 50 churches nationwide to host its annual Night to Shine Prom for people with special needs — and Stuart Heights Baptist is one of them.

Danbury decision deferred until February

A decision on the proposed Danbury subdivision was again deferred at Thursday night’s Signal Mountain Planning Commission meeting.

Boxer Jerry Howell stays in the ring

At the age of 68, Jerry Howell is still spry in the boxing ring.

Bell resigns as Walden mayor

Ken Bell has resigned as Walden’s mayor.

Go Fish closes Jan. 24

Liquidation sale running until doors close for good

After nearly eight years of business on Frazier Avenue, Go Fish Clothing and Jewelry of Chattanooga is closing its doors Saturday, Jan. 24

Signal looks ahead to capital projects in 2015

Three capital projects will be on the forefront of Signal Mountain officials’ minds in 2015 – a new fire substation, the rehabilitation of James Boulevard and a new public works building.

The Gypsy Picker sells high-end items at low price

Kimberly Saldana says she’s always felt a little bit like a gypsy.

Camera conversation drops off

Signal Mountain town officials say the rash of home burglaries on the mountain seems to have cleared up.

BOLD/GOLD seeks scholarships to send kids outdoors

The Chattanooga Area YMCA Boys and Girls Outdoor Leadership Development program, known as BOLD/GOLD, needs the community’s help to continue making the outdoors accessible to the city’s youth.

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