The Richardsons have raised more than 200 kids and counting

Published May. 23 2018

Floyd and Deborah Richardson have been married for 39 years. In that time they have raised 217 kids together, and...

Ooltewah farm offers pick-your-own strawberries

Published May. 23 2018

Upon realizing that there wasn't a local strawberry grower within 30 miles, Aubie Smith — whose Ooltewah farm has been...

Signal prepares for vote on Cauthen Way rezoning

Published May. 23 2018

The controversial rezoning of a parcel at 617 Cauthen Way that would take it from low-density residential to highway commercial...


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Meet the District 5 school board candidates

Published May. 23 2018

The two candidates running for the school board's District 5 seat will go head to head during a debate at...

Walker County tackling pothole problem

Published May. 23 2018

Walker County is taking pothole repair seriously, officials say.

Long-lost works of abstract artist surface at local art show

Published May. 23 2018

Area 61 may have closed its doors on East Main Street as it readies a new space over by The...

Bulldogs kick off Rossville's summer reading program

Published May. 23 2018

The Rossville Public Library is launching its summer reading program next weekend with some very special guests.

Chattanooga to raise water quality fees over time to highest of any Tennessee city

Published May. 22 2018

A city panel has endorsed rate increases in Chattanooga's water quality fees over the next five years that will cost...

Chattanooga School for the Liberal Arts students place in international robotics competition

Published May. 16 2018

Chattanooga School for the Liberal Arts sent two teams to the recent Robotics Education & Competition Foundation VEX Robotics World...

Walker County, Ga., examines animal tether regulations

Published May. 16 2018

With the revision process for Walker County's animal ordinance winding down, many residents have given their thumbs up to the...

East Ridge student grows college fund through tips from piano playing all over Chattanooga

Published May. 16 2018

While growing up, 15-year-old Chance Baggett would see the piano in his grandmother's home and wonder what it would be...

Southside ceramics artist launches Wheelhouse Pottery

Published May. 16 2018

Southside resident Emily Lloyd recently launched Wheelhouse Pottery, a ceramics business focusing on clean, simple designs coated in naturally colored...


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Church seeks donations to fund kids' summer camp

Published May. 16 2018

The community outreach ministries of New City Fellowship in Glenwood is seeking donations for Camp GLAD, a summer camp focused...

Signal Mountain gives residents chance to question councilors about water system sale

Published May. 16 2018

The town of Signal Mountain is holding a public input meeting regarding the sale of its water system in the...

Sale Creek Middle students design devices to help disabled children

Published May. 16 2018

Sale Creek Middle School students recently partnered with Siskin Children's Institute to design assistive technology devices while learning about the...

Meet the District 8 school board candidates

Published May. 16 2018

Candidates looking to fill the school board's District 8 seat squared off during a debate last week, but voters still...

Lookout Mountain to host first Pollinator Fest

Published May. 16 2018

Lookout Mountain, Tenn., and Lookout Mountain, Ga. will host their first Pollinator Festival to raise awareness of the vital services...

Cyber Seniors: New program helps senior citizens become internet savvy

Published May. 9 2018

Some computer skills are second nature for today's generation: logging in, opening a web browser, sending an email. But for...

Hixson physician doubles as biblical filmmaker

Published May. 9 2018

A Hixson physician wants to make the Bible come alive through video series filmed on location in Israel.

Audubon Acres expands programs with new hire

Published May. 9 2018

For the first time since 2008, Audubon Acres has more than one employee.

'Kind Katie' film will uplift local economy as well as hearts, producer says

Published May. 9 2018

Two years after a car accident took her life, Katie Beth Carter continues to touch the lives of people in...

District 9 candidates for school board to face off in debate

Published May. 9 2018

Candidates vying for the District 9 seat on the Hamilton County Board of Education will face off during a debate...

Walker animal ordinance revisions scrap ownership caps

Published May. 9 2018

Walker County has once again revised its animal care ordinance and will hold its first formal public hearing about the...