Junior League of Chattanooga recently hosted a reception to honor Hamilton County public school teachers who are the recipients of 31 mini grants from the local organization.
If the town of Signal Mountain doesn’t renew its contract with Tennessee American Water Company soon, it could be facing a spike in rates.
Event organizers of Soddy-Daisy High School’s Breakfast with Santa and Christmas Market Shopping say this year’s event is bigger than ever.
The town of Signal Mountain is looking into its future with an upcoming strategic planning meeting, likely to be held in Feb. 7.
The town of Signal Mountain is forming a task force to take on the woolly adelgid on town park lands.
As Betina Wilson stepped out of her car and into the gravel parking lot of her new thrift shop on Dayton Boulevard, a friend named Brent McCloud asked her, “So, what do you want to name it?”
Lighted Boat Parade follows
In 2012, Chattanooga Room in the Inn housed 142 people experiencing homelessness, 73 of whom were children.
The town of Walden is moving forward with plans to turn the property of the late Martha McCoy into its new Town Center.
The town of Signal Mountain may soon be getting extra help in its development planning process.
The highly anticipated Thanksgiving meal is just more than a week away. If you’re looking for something different than the traditional turkey, or if you just need some ideas for delicious Southern sides, promoter of local food movement Gaining Ground’s got you covered, all with locally sourced and in-season ingredients. Find out more at growchattanooga.org.
The proposal for the planned unit development Palisades Bluff is not moving forward, as of the Nov. 7 town of Signal Mountain Planning Commission meeting.
With only the initial funding of $100, Red Bank Elementary School’s art program was suffering until SpringHill Suites by Marriott stepped in.
Trunk or treats may be long gone by now, but Middle Valley Baptist Church is proving that festival fun doesn’t stop in November.
Go Fish Clothing & Jewelry Co. is hoping for a big impact to result from a small move.
When she shows up at a business with a fresh batch of cookies, Kila Smith says the faces of the employees typically register shock.
Members of Signal Mountain’s Conservation Easement Working Group generally agree that they want to preserve the conservational value of town park lands. But does that mean certain activities should be forever prohibited?
Dallas Bay Baptist Church, in partnership with local businesses and churches, invites community members to strut before they stuff themselves with Thanksgiving dinner.
“Rails, concrete, 38 feet,” as Vice Mayor Susan Robertson put it at the most recent Signal Mountain Town Council work session.
Signal Mountain Police Chief Boyd Veal is now officially wearing two hats within the town. As of the regularly scheduled town meeting Oct. 14, Veal has donned the role of assistant town manager.
The grounds of Loftis Middle School are being filled with antique and show cars, all to benefit the children of Soddy-Daisy.
The Chattanooga chapter of Project Management Institute is teaming up with McConnell Elementary School to pilot a brand new program called “Loan-a-PM.”
As a result of the CollegeBound! campaign, familiar faces are popping into view along the roads of Hamilton County.
It’s been 40-plus years since the members of Soddy-Daisy’s Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 942 served during that war. They don’t often swap war stories unless it’s a funny anecdote, they said. Many of the hard memories of war are left in the past.
At This-n-That Thrift Store, customers can find this and that, and a lot more.
A new multifamily housing option may be coming to North Palisades Drive.
The Signal Mountain Town Council has come to a general consensus regarding the resurfacing of James Boulevard, though official action has yet to be taken.
Some say a healthy smile is priceless. Signature Smiles is bringing a literal sense to the saying with a Day of Free Dentistry Nov. 1.
Learning is about to get greener at Hixson High School.
Walden officials expect to move the town’s seat of government to the nearby town-owned property formerly owned by the late Martha McCoy within the next couple of years, but the town-owned Pumpkin Patch playground will stay put – at least at first.
Holy Spirit Catholic Church is giving the community a head start on buying Christmas décor as well as a chance to help neighbors who are down on their luck.
Walden residents of Key Hulse and surrounding roads have been “crusading” for the chance to ask questions about the potential construction of a new Signal Mountain Christian School campus in the area. At the Walden Mayor and Board of Aldermen’s regularly scheduled meeting Oct. 8, they got their chance.
This year’s Hodgepodge Festival saw bigger crowds and all-around success, said Mountain Arts Community Center Director Barb Storm.
Birthday parties, get-well wishes, anniversaries and even Boss’s Day (which happens to be today) — it’s easy to find reasons to visit Cookies By Design on Hixson Pike.
Value of the MACC discussion continues
The Signal Mountain Town Council is trying to find out how much money costs – as well as whether or not the town can pay the price.
Business isn’t exactly booming on the mountain, if longstanding business J & S Shoes’ closing is any indicator.
Calvary Baptist Church is bringing a new fall event called the Hometown Fair to Red Bank — with the emphasis on “home.”
Kelly Brock, owner of Natural Body Spa and Shoppe, is infusing the spa’s mentality into a new clothing boutique called Verdé, scheduled to open its doors in early October.
Advocates of Signal Mountain’s hemlock trees are preparing to rally the troops against the wooly adelgid infestation.
First, the town of Signal Mountain’s Land Use Plan was adopted by the Planning Commission in 2008. Next came new subdivision regulations to encourage conservation developments within the town. Those revised regulations were passed by the Signal Mountain Town Council earlier this year.
Annual event returns to city hall Oct. 5-6
Hodgepodge is returning to Signal Mountain Town Hall Oct. 5-6 — with plenty of new attractions, said the Mountain Arts Community Center Director Barb Storm.
Ivy Academy students are exchanging their pencils for paddles and their desks for life jackets.
MACC frought with necessary upgrades; could lead to tax increase
The Signal Mountain Town Council, as well as the town as a whole, is being faced with a question: Is the Mountain Arts Community Center valuable enough to maintain?
One of Kim Hoge’s favorite childhood memories involves cruising down Dayton Boulevard with her grandparents, looking out the car window at shops that lined the street.
The majority of the residents who spoke up at the public input meeting on the resurfacing of James Boulevard made themselves clear — they want to keep the rails.
Residents who swing by Signal Mountain Town Hall may notice a new structure between it and the fire hall. More than likely, there’s a dog or two lounging inside.
Two large wooden plaques now occupy the back wall of Soddy-Daisy’s Home Folks Restaurant.
A two-lane track sits tucked away behind Redoubt Park off of Bonny Oaks Drive.
After operating for seven years in the mountaintop community, Signal Mountain Tackle Football won’t see its eighth season, at least not this fall.
Dr. Susan Groesbeck says there’s no time to waste this year. Especially when a year is all you have.
The committee to draft conservation easements on some of Signal Mountain’s green spaces has nearly completed its first draft of the legal document that will establish such easements.