Meetings held every Tuesday at McCoy house
Walden Mayor Bill Trohanis is changing the structure of the McCoy citizens committee, a temporary committee appointed by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen that’s been in place since March.
Rylands raising up generation of violinists in Chattanooga
Brainerd resident Dr. Ann Rylands is raising up a generation of talented violinists in Chattanooga.
June is Adopt a Cat Month, and there is no better time to consider adopting a new feline friend, according to Pet Placement Center Manager Kristin Stanford.
Thrive Studio, formerly located on River Street, is settling in at its new location on Dayton Boulevard.
1st conservation subdivision
The Danbury subdivision off James Boulevard is moving forward following the Planning Commission’s approval of the preliminary plat last month.
Though she’s not a member of Fairview United Methodist, local Beverly Gooding recently stopped by the church on Big Ridge to drop off 13 hand-knitted and crocheted shawls.
McCoy property passed over after community discussion
The proposal to use part of the McCoy property for a new, Hamilton County-funded fire station for Waldens Ridge Emergency Services ended before it really began.
Signal Mountain principals say they are disappointed that Mayor Jim Coppinger didn’t support Hamilton County Superintendent Rick Smith’s plan to raise property taxes on a quest to make Chattanooga the “smartest city in the South.”
The gates of Walden’s McCoy property, now called the McCoy Farm by a board-appointed citizens committee, were officially flung open for the first time on Memorial Day, inviting locals inside for a picnic.
The former Crocker Produce location on Signal Mountain Road is again full of vibrant fruits and vegetables — watermelon, tomatoes, pole beans, peaches, apples, honeybell oranges, potatoes, squash and more.