Road closed for next 4 weeks
Roberts Mill Road is now closed and could be for the next four weeks, sending any traffic up and down the mountain to the W Road or Signal Mountain Boulevard/State Route 8.
Sarah carefully peaked out through a crack in the entrance of the tent. Her husband stood near three strange men as they lounged beneath a tree and ate the bread she’d kneaded for them.
Cars have always been a big part of Alex Lamontagne’s life, and now they’ve helped him win $1,000.
The Soddy-Daisy High School Marching Trojans are kicking off the year at this Friday’s game with a new band director and a renewed competitive spirit.
Do you want to be able to buy wine at Pruett’s Signal Mountain Market? Sign the petition.
So far, five Signal Mountain residents are vying for three Town Council seats, and the Mountain Business Association wants voters to make an informed decision when they cast their ballots in November.
Young Life Chattanooga is hosting a benefit for local sportsmen and women, but it doesn’t involve golf clubs. It requires a shotgun.
Every once in a while, a Signal Mountain police officer will come across a child or an elderly person who is lost and unable to communicate. The person has a disability, perhaps autism or dementia.
The rows of fruits and vegetables at what used to be Crocker Produce will soon be replaced with pristine landscape displays.
Northside Neighborhood House has found a way to combine education, family bonding time and good food with its Family Dinner Nights. At the latest event, families learned why family meals are important while chowing down on homemade tacos. They also learned some helpful tips for organizing meals, courtesy of UTC clinical instructor Melissa Powell and her students.
Balance Studios is planning an end of summer celebration for families Saturday, Aug. 9 called BalanceFest.
With 20-plus years of plumbing experience under their belts, Soddy-Daisy resident Phillip Bean and Harrison resident Jeremy Palmer decided to start their own business from scratch.
After receiving a complaint at its regularly scheduled July 14 meeting, the Signal Mountain Town Council is seeking to slow down cars on Arden Way in Hidden Brook.
Walden officials are one step closer to making construction at the McCoy property a reality.
After 40 years in business, Terry Conley of Conley’s Service Center in Hixson is passing the torch.
The backpack is a staple of school life. On Aug. 7, the first day back to class, kids and parents will carefully pack it full of supplies such as pencils, notebooks and paper. They might even slide a ruler inside or a scientific calculator.
The town of Signal Mountain is a new homeowner, but at least one official isn’t happy about the decision.
Recommendation still to come
With rehabilitation plans looming, the town of Signal Mountain recently hired a consultant to conduct a historical survey of James Boulevard.
On a July Sunday 61 years ago, Don Lasley was baptized at Oak Street Baptist Church.
When tiny clay body parts began arriving at her home in Red Bank last year, Gail Raines’ kids told her it was creepy.
The former Partyville Inc. on Hixson Pike was recently host to a new kind of party – the grand opening of Integrity Elite All Stars.
Civic groups have long been paying the town of Signal Mountain “in kind” for the use of the MACC facilities. Most of the groups, such as the local Lions and garden clubs, pay in kind by doing a service of their choosing for the center or for the community, Town Manager Boyd Veal explained.
Joshua Cummings has a special skill. He can bring things back to life.
The owners of Chattanooga Shoe Company are taking their focus on quality and putting it in a second venture called The Baggery.
Three local soap box derby champions are representing Chattanooga at the annual All-American Soap Box Derby World Championship in Akron, Ohio, July 20-26.
The sky is literally the limit for the Falling Water Radio Control Flying Club.
After nearly six months as town manager, Boyd Veal seems to have quelled any of the Town Council’s concerns about his ability to do the job.
The town of Signal Mountain is in the market to buy a house — located right next to the Signal Mountain Library.
Roger Vandergriff has spent nearly his entire academic and professional life at Hixson High School, but this past year he walked through its halls for the last time.
Lakesite resident Paula Bonner has always wanted to speak a second language. She’s worked in other countries and traveled quite a bit, but the languages never stuck with her, she said. Not even what she learned in her high school Spanish classes.
Editor’s note: This is one in a series of stories about contested races in the August county general election. Check upcoming editions of North Hamilton Weekly for a roundup of other area candidates. Early voting runs July 18-Aug. 2. The last day to register to vote was July 8.
This year has held change for the Choo-Choo City Chapter of USA Dance, but the nonprofit is still dancing on.
Gene Guin grew up in a rough little Arkansas town, and he turned out just as rough.
Heaven & Ale is celebrating one year in business this month with a party July 5, and the community is invited to join in the fun.
The Signal Mountain Town Council unanimously approved the town’s budget for fiscal year 2014-2015 at its June 9 regularly scheduled meeting.
Maria Marshall remembers so much about growing up on Meadowood Drive. The now 38-year-old can recall summertime kickball games and flashlight tag after dark. Then there were the snowball fights and all the major and minor bicycle crashes in the road.
East Ridge resident the Rev. Tom Law has helped start three missions during his 70 years of life, and he wants the community to know about the upcoming fourth.
The town of Walden’s budget for next fiscal year is official, but it’s not what was unofficially approved on first reading.
In its budget for fiscal year 2014-2015, Walden must include a new line item.
Locals gathered at the Bakewell Community Center for its last open jam session of the summer. The crowd listened to old favorites and bluegrass on the back lawn of the community center and ate their fill of hot dogs and other snacks.
The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is hosting its CTC Youth Theatre Awards Saturday, June 21, and it has a lot of talent to celebrate.
Reminisce back to the day your parents took the training wheels off your bike. That first time you rode on just two wheels was probably exhilarating … and terrifying.
If you enter Tessa Clift’s shop The Lazy Daisy Boutique, you’ll likely be greeted with a cheerful hello and a cold beverage. And odds are, she won’t let you leave without a hug.
Since the town of Signal Mountain decided earlier this year to wash its hands of managing the local Hodgepodge fair, Town Manager Boyd Veal said he’s been receiving inquiries about it.
In an effort to make the Mountain Arts Community Center a more attractive event venue, town of Signal Mountain officials are considering allowing alcoholic beverages there.
North Shore resident Tracey Tapscott says there’s something special about coming home to a yard full of flourishing plants. She’s proud of her blooming peonies, glad that her perennials are making her home more beautiful.
Along with building a second fire station, town of Signal Mountain officials are now looking at the possibility of hiring more firefighters as well.
The town of Walden’s contract with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is up for renewal at the end of the current fiscal year June 30, and town officials have concerns they want addressed.
Abba’s House is bringing a bit of magic to the community this summer with its new Musical Theatre Camps for kids.
Uptown Art Studio and Sprouts Cooking are teaming up to give local kids a creative experience using two sure ways to a child’s heart — vibrant paints and yummy food.