The town of Signal Mountain has a new town manager — Police Chief Boyd Veal.
The glow of the luminaria bags at Relay for Life events represents a life that’s been affected by cancer.
Anyone who visits the Mizpah Cemetery might pass by the grave of Hermann Wygoda and see the inscription “A man of honor.” Though apt, the epitaph barely scratches the surface of the man’s legacy.
The Walden Mayor and Board of Aldermen are working on ways to slow speeding drivers in some of the town’s problem areas.
Destiny Prince is good at succeeding.
It started its invasion in Walden, but the woolly adelgid is already exploding throughout Walden’s Ridge, affecting countless hemlock trees in the town of Signal Mountain as well, according to town of Signal Mountain Tree Board chair Noah Long and member Barbara Womack.
More than 100 years ago, Tennessee Valley families were preparing to trek up the W Road on Memorial Day to stay on Walden’s Ridge for the summer, according to LaVonne Jolley, editor of the Chattanooga Regional Historical Journal as well as a resident of the mountaintop community.
Last night, Signal Mountain residents had an opportunity to meet the three final candidates for town manager. The Town Council is expected to vote on the new manager May 13 at the regular Town Hall meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Taqqiya Ronco went to college, got a degree and started work at a large company.
The Signal Mountain Town Council has its mind on money.