Proposal coming March 10
Citizens of Walden recently led a forum about the future of the McCoy property, resulting in two basic sentiments: proceed slowly and get the property open to the public as is.
Last year, the St. Vincent de Paul Outreach Ministry of Soddy-Daisy’s Holy Spirit Catholic Church gave away $15,000 worth of food and rent money to residents in need.
A quick drive down Frazier Avenue reveals some changes to the street’s retail stores.
Walden officials are considering getting citizens involved with the McCoy property in a more official way.
For years, Signal Mountain youth sports leagues have warred over field space, and now town officials say they are stepping in the right direction.
In 1952, Kenneth Beattie sent his sweetheart Eileen a diamond ring through the mail from his post at the Barksdale Air Force Base in Bossier City, La.
After 10 years in business, The Big Table on the NorthShore is still operating under the same home-cooked mission and, largely, with the same menu.
Playing tennis on the Hixson High School courts isn’t ideal.
Concerned Walden citizens are hosting a forum to discuss what they want for the future of the McCoy property Tuesday, Feb. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mountain Opry.
Twenty years ago, a group of enthusiastic Walden residents gathered and constructed the Pumpkin Patch playground in a matter of five days. And now, they want to do it again.
At a recent Lady Trojans’ basketball game, some of the teammates seemed a little too young to be in high school.
The Signal Mountain Police Department is again down a patrol officer, but new Police Chief Mike Williams said he’s not concerned.
With the election of new council members in Signal Mountain has come changes in the town’s commissions and boards.
Since it opened in 2013, OPA Restaurant on River Street has quickly become a popular spot for truly authentic and delicious Greek food.
Hixson resident Lorri Love is a couponer. Actually, her mom, Flo Simon, calls her a magician because Love is so good at finding the best deals. If Love is standing behind you in the grocery store check-out line, she’ll likely help you save too, Simon laughed.
When Monya Alsept moved her family from St. Louis, Mo., to Chattanooga last year, she looked for an American Heritage Girls troop to get her three daughters involved in.
The town of Walden is looking for a way to slow traffic at the intersection at the top of the W Road. At the recent town meeting, Mayor Bill Trohanis asked Volkert representative Jim Floyd to introduce the idea of a traffic circle.
Signal Mountain has a new police chief, and his name is Mike Williams.
Needs local businesses or vendors as partners
In honor of its five-year anniversary, the Tim Tebow Foundation sought 50 churches nationwide to host its annual Night to Shine Prom for people with special needs — and Stuart Heights Baptist is one of them.
A decision on the proposed Danbury subdivision was again deferred at Thursday night’s Signal Mountain Planning Commission meeting.
Ken Bell has resigned as Walden’s mayor.
Three capital projects will be on the forefront of Signal Mountain officials’ minds in 2015 – a new fire substation, the rehabilitation of James Boulevard and a new public works building.
At the age of 68, Jerry Howell is still spry in the boxing ring.
Liquidation sale running until doors close for good
After nearly eight years of business on Frazier Avenue, Go Fish Clothing and Jewelry of Chattanooga is closing its doors Saturday, Jan. 24
Kimberly Saldana says she’s always felt a little bit like a gypsy.
Signal Mountain town officials say the rash of home burglaries on the mountain seems to have cleared up.
The Chattanooga Area YMCA Boys and Girls Outdoor Leadership Development program, known as BOLD/GOLD, needs the community’s help to continue making the outdoors accessible to the city’s youth.
In the past, speeding has been one of the most common and consistent complaints made by Signal Mountain residents, according to Town Manager Boyd Veal.
Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom opened this month in Northgate Mall, and though the restaurant is a chain that began in Colorado, it plans on rooting itself in the Chattanooga community.
The Casual Pint recently set up shop on Cherokee Boulevard, offering a meeting place for business associates, a study zone for students, and a big screen for friends wanting to catch the game — all with a craft beer in hand.
One Walden resident has big plans for the McCoy property.
With new council members in place, both towns of Signal Mountain and Walden are seeking ways to better communicate with their citizens.
Ivy Academy teacher Jim Watson recently received an award that no other classroom teacher has received before.
Tiger Society Martial Arts has evolved over the years, continuously adding new systems to its repertoire along the way.
St. Alban’s Hixson Market, at 7514 Hixson Pike, shared delicious treats and lots of local wares at its second annual Holly Jolly Market event.
At its first regular meeting since the election, the Walden Board of Mayor and Aldermen addressed a packed agenda in front of a full house at Town Hall.
Former town of Signal Mountain Youth and Community Relations Officer Heath Gunter is back at Signal Mountain Middle/High School full time until the end of the school year.
Since last December, the Soddy-Daisy Food Bank’s clients have increased by 26 percent, said Director of Operations Ray Woodall.
Soddy Daisy Middle School was brimming over with teachers, students and parents at its fall semester Academic Night.
This is a busy time of year for John Crider.
Sequoyah’s Women in Nuclear program and local Girl Scout Troops teamed up for a “Get to Know Nuclear” event at the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant’s Training Center.
Hamilton County’s oldest congregation just got a new pastor.
After only two years, the Northshore Gallery of Contemporary Art, formerly known as Graffiti, is closing its doors Dec. 20.
Do you want Signal Mountain officials to install license plate cameras in the town?
Heavy traffic is not just a problem at the district’s Nolan Elementary and Signal Mountain Middle/High School, but the traffic surrounding those schools — both serviced by a single small road — has become a topic of hot debate locally due to safety concerns.
Three years ago, Hixson High School teacher and wrestling coach Garrick Hall started a physical education class geared specifically for his students with disabilities.
The Good Shepherd Food Ministry of Soddy-Daisy First Baptist Church just received a big surprise — worth $20,000.
Police officers working overtime may become a common sight in the town of Signal Mountain.
Thanks to a Junior League of Chattanooga mini-grant, third-grade teacher Stacey Culver is sending her North Hamilton County Elementary students home with a “Bag of Knowledge” each week.
The North River Civic Center is celebrating its 10th birthday, and the staff invites the community to celebrate, too.