Sweet Melissa's offers good billiards, good food

Published Aug. 16 2017

After over two decades in the billiards scene, Soddy-Daisy resident Melissa Smith decided it was high time she opened a...

Red Bank considers purchasing resident notification system

Published Aug. 16 2017

Red Bank city commissioners are considering an alert system which citizens could opt into to receive notifications about important information,...

White Oak United Methodist opens new playground to community

Published Aug. 16 2017

Red Bank families will have a new place for their children to play when White Oak United Methodist Church officially...

Nonprofit partnership leads to homeless community eating better

Published Aug. 16 2017

I Love Juice Bar operator Asa Swift hated the waste his juice bars had at the end of every business...

EdTalks to focus on school system inequities

Published Aug. 16 2017

Team members at local nonprofit UnifiEd have long heard of the disparities that exist between Hamilton County's 79 public schools....

Signal residents state case against big box grocer

Published Aug. 16 2017

It was standing room only last week when more than 100 local residents crammed into — and spilled out of...

Mountain Top Toys joins Learning Express family

Published Aug. 16 2017

Along with its 25th anniversary, this year Mountain Top Toys is also celebrating becoming the newest addition to the Learning...

Signal Mountain native helps cancer patients find happiness

Published Aug. 16 2017

Signal Mountain native Amy Brock is taking her experience with breast cancer and turning it into something positive for others...

Signal Mountain Nursery offers hypertufa workshop

Published Aug. 16 2017

Signal Mountain Nursery is offering a workshop to teach people how to make a pot from hypertufa, a man-made rock...

Collegedale couple celebrates marriage, ministry work

Published Aug. 16 2017

Ralph Neall likes to say that before his voice even changed, he knew he wanted to marry his now-wife, Beatrice.

Melon Fest returns to Ooltewah

Published Aug. 16 2017

After over 500 people attended last year's Melon Fest, farmers at the Ooltewah Farmers Market are aiming to be more...

Array of nontraditional school options allow Catoosa students to customize education experience

Published Aug. 16 2017

In an ongoing quest to meet a broader range of student needs, Catoosa County Schools expects to expand its high...

Walker County announces plans for property tax increase, budget cuts

Published Aug. 16 2017

Walker County officials have announced three public hearings to discuss a proposed property tax increase for the upcoming fiscal year,...

Mojo Burrito coming to Cambridge Square

Published Aug. 9 2017

Vegetarians and vegans will have one more option when dining out in Ooltewah with the addition of Mojo Burrito to...

Proposed Catoosa budget sees minor increase, no property tax hike

Published Aug. 9 2017

Catoosa County is looking at minimal changes for its 2018 budget compared to the previous year, meaning no property tax...

Local company offers unique leadership training opportunities

Published Aug. 9 2017

For the past 12 years, Trident Leadership CEO Steve McCloud has taken the concepts combat veterans learn and translated them...

Shoes for Orphan Soles drive underway at 517 Subs

Published Aug. 9 2017

The restaurant regularly rallies the community around worthy causes, including collecting Angel Tree donations for children in need each Christmas,...

From farm to table to the local economy

Published Aug. 9 2017

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture's Pick Tennessee initiative has focused on connecting consumers to local farmers since 1986, but for...

Residents' donation enables new playground, art program at Soddy Elementary

Published Aug. 9 2017

What could be more fun for an elementary school student than a new playground? Try three of them.

UT Extension brings tai chi to Lone Oak Community Center

Published Aug. 9 2017

The University of Tennessee Extension — Sequatchie County is bringing its Arthritis Foundation Tai Chi Program to Lone Oak Community...

Soddy-Daisy plans to keep 2016 property tax rate

Published Aug. 9 2017

Many residents in Soddy-Daisy will likely be paying more in property taxes following city commissioners' unanimous vote at their Aug....


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Education a top concern for Walker County Democrats

Published Aug. 9 2017

Over a dozen individuals showed up for a Walker County Democrats meeting July 27 to discuss the state of public...

Chattanooga Woodworking Academy graduates first class

Published Aug. 9 2017

As the first graduating class of the Chattanooga Woodworking Academy, three students are prepared to craft a future producing the...