Rumors have been swirling around Walden as to the fate of the Pumpkin Patch. Mayor David Epperson assures citizens the playground’s future is secure, though the playground might see changes in coming years.
The Hamilton County Republican Women hosted a fashion show and luncheon at the Heritage Landing Clubhouse to benefit the Honoring the Sacrifice Foundation.
Are you intrigued by the swirly designs of traditional henna tattoos? Or maybe you’re looking for a competition-winning painted face for this year’s Halloween festivities.
Plans to rehabilitate James Boulevard continue, now with the aid of Alexian Village.
When East Ridge resident Jerome Foster isn’t installing sun roofs or door seals on brand-new Volkswagen Passats, he likes to paint. And recently, his talent brought him some notoriety among his fellow 2,400 Volkswagen employees, as well as funds for United Way.
The women of the Waters family are closer than most.
About 130 years ago, the Edgemon family bought a piece of property from the Tallant family in what is now Ooltewah, and on it they built a small springhouse.
With innovations in technology, the definition of the word “play” has changed dramatically over the last decade. When you tell a kid to go play, they might pull out their video game controller or sit on the couch with their iPhone.
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation is in the midst of holding public hearings with each state park, and recently it held one at Harrison Bay State Park.
Four of the five candidates for Signal Mountain Town Council went head to head in an MBA-sponsored candidate forum at the MACC Sept. 9.
Signal Mountain Fire Chief Eric Mitchell recently received the town’s latest ISO rating, and it contained good news.
It was April 1992 when Paul Arp was first commissioned as an ensign into the Navy. Recently the Soddy-Daisy native was promoted to captain, and though Arp has traveled all over the globe during his service, he chose to come back home for the honor.
Ooltewah United Methodist Church is again inviting all area seniors age 50 and up to its Senior Health Fair, being held Thursday, Sept. 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Volunteers still needed
Bark in the Park is coming back to Heritage Park Saturday, Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the eighth annual pet-centered event is in need of volunteers.
The Egg and I is bustling with business on Gunbarrel Road, serving up its specialty — eggs — in 41 different fashions.
The Signal Mountain community has seen a rash of home burglaries in the past few weeks, and town officials are asking residents to stay alert.
Nolan Elementary is getting help from within the mountaintop community to design a new wing for the overcrowded school.
Tucked away on River Street, new gallery and shop Elevation adds a touch of diversity to one of Chattanooga’s favorite shopping neighborhoods.
Ever notice the hand-painted signs in Buehler’s Food Market on Market Street downtown?
Dennis Smith has been dreaming of starting a flea market for a decade, and he’s about to see that dream become a reality.
Residents differ in opinions
Residents of Arden Way continue to drive home the need for traffic calming measures on the residential road as Signal Mountain officials research a solution.
Attendees at the first installment of the North River Civic Center’s Sunset Concert Series swayed to the smooth jazz and bright swing music of The Ralph Miller Quartet, featuring singer India Galyean.
Middle Valley resident Pat Stewart’s current job is a far cry from her years spent working for Fortune 500 companies.
Imagine taking your grocery bill and cutting it by 40 percent.
As Walden officials move closer to construction on the McCoy property, some residents are speaking out in opposition.
On the heels of a recommendation for a new fire station within the town of Signal Mountain comes a strategic plan for the Fire Department.
Tie-dye, peace signs and a generally groovy atmosphere — a step inside Hixson Pike’s new Hipster Vibes is like walking right back into the 1960s.
Ann Lewis started plucking the chords of a piano when she was as young as 6, and she played for a gospel quartet by the age of 15.
Larry Bullington doesn’t do anything halfway, but he sure does a lot. He’s self-described as the best-kept secret in town.
Sometimes it’s listed as malnutrition. Other times a heart attack or another type of organ failure.
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.