The daughter of the late Martha McCoy has publicly stated that she does not want to see a fire station built on the McCoy property.
Cat Clinic of Chattanooga’s Dr. Marcia Toumayan recalls several times when her clients were reduced to tears. They couldn’t pay for the care their sick or injured cat needed.
With the waves of burglaries that continue to hit the community, the Signal Mountain Police Department is now offering one more way for potential victims to recover stolen property.
After its grand opening earlier this week, the Northside Neighborhood House Thrift Store is settling in at its new location at 3605 Dayton Blvd.
The Signal Mountain Town Council might amend the town’s zoning ordinance to allow residents in existing neighborhoods to subdivide and sell their property in lots as small as a quarter-acre.
If you frequent Chattz, Brash or Revelator Coffee Company, you’ve likely indulged in one of St. Elmo resident Charity Everett’s pretty pastries.
The Soddy-Daisy High School shooting team is seeing continued success this year, with plans to head to the national competition for the second time.
Rylands raising up generation of violinists in Chattanooga
Brainerd resident Dr. Ann Rylands is raising up a generation of talented violinists in Chattanooga.
Hixson residents Stacy and Todd Cooper are coming to an end of a long, hard year and a half.
District 2 Hamilton County Commissioner Jim Fields can spend his $100,000 in discretionary funds, but it’s still unclear on whether or not he can use those funds for the mountain’s schools.