Hosting meetings March 12-13
The conservation easement that would forever forbid development on Signal Mountain park lands is nearing a vote, but first town officials want public input.
Vocational students from across the region recently gathered at Sequoyah High School in Soddy-Daisy for a welding competition, sponsored by the American Welding Society.
Rodney and Susan Bass say the secrets to a successful local business include putting in lots of hours, never buying what you can’t afford and building slow, sustained growth.
Sarah Ketterer’s shop on Etsy.com is splashed with lots of vibrant — even if a bit faded — color.
The Signal Mountain Town Council plans to begin discussing the hiring of a new town manager at its next work session Friday, Feb. 28 at 10 a.m. at Town Hall.
Age is not a style. It’s a frame of mind.
Ivy Academy office manager Ansley Eichhorn and Exceptional Education teacher Holly Slater are embarking on their own educational venture this spring — and it’s going to be sweeter than honey.
Walden Mayor David Epperson says progress on transforming the property of the late Martha McCoy into the new town center is right on schedule.
More than 80 residents — roughly 1 percent of the town of Signal Mountain’s population — make up the town’s 14-plus boards and commissions, which advise the Town Council and, in some cases, make decisions regarding the town’s future.
Several weeks still stand between us and the warm weather of spring.