High Cotton Market a large draw during Spring Junk Market

Published Apr. 19 2017

The getting will be good for antique-lovers and junk-explorers this weekend.

LaFayette group working to help former prisoners re-enter society

Published Apr. 19 2017

From 2009 to 2014, the state of Georgia released an average of 20,000 prisoners each year back into their communities,...

Elementary school student works to feed 4,000 people

Published Apr. 19 2017

When Soddy-Daisy Elementary School third-grader Ryan Jenkins submitted an application for a grant from Disney last fall, he and his...


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North Georgia Healthcare Center hosts new fundraiser celebrating 'Greatest Two Minutes in Sports' and a great cause

Published Apr. 19 2017

Pack up your golf clubs and pull out your bow ties — North Georgia Healthcare Center is trying something new...

Local teacher blends character-building with classroom lessons

Published Apr. 19 2017

Three years ago, as Chris Morris was celebrating the end of his third year as a teacher, he could already...

River Gallery celebrates 25 years

Published Apr. 19 2017

With no formal background in art, Mary Portera of the River Gallery managed to turn her once-humble shop and gallery...

Buy-in needed for Enterprise South bus routes to continue

Published Apr. 19 2017

With federal funding for the Enterprise South bus service coming to an end next year, the Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation...

Barbecue benefits Signal 10-year-old with rare bone cancer

Published Apr. 19 2017

A few months ago, 10-year-old Signal Mountain resident Savannah Turner had a weird feeling in her mouth that wouldn't go...

Public invited to 3 upcoming community events provided by green|spaces

Published Apr. 19 2017

Forty thousand LED lights that change based on movements, spread throughout 106 circular pads — that's what makes up "The...

Local barber celebrates 60-year career

Published Apr. 19 2017

Barber Larry Cook remembers the bouffant and pixie cuts of the '50s. He remembers watching hair grow steadily longer and...

Dash and Bash raises nearly $60,000

Published Apr. 19 2017

The Mountain Education Foundation's annual Dash and Bash fundraiser was a huge success again this year, with more than 700...

Signal Mountain Social Services name Keyes Volunteer of the Year

Published Apr. 19 2017

Signal Mountain resident Shirley Keyes can't recall exactly how long she's been volunteering for Signal Mountain Social Services, which aims...

Studio 59 holding fundraiser for Tennessee River Rescue on April 20

Published Apr. 19 2017

Studio 59 Aveda Salon and Spa are inviting area residents to come "Do Good, Feel Good" at a fundraiser to...

Hixson First Baptist looks to bring help, hope to greater community

Published Apr. 19 2017

"How can we bring hope to the people that need it?"

Signal Centers celebrates 60 years with new building

Published Apr. 19 2017

A new building recently added to Signal Centers' campus on Germantown Road means more space and services for those with...

Red Bank applies for victim services coordinator grant

Published Apr. 19 2017

Crime victims in Red Bank, as well as in other small municipalities north of the river, may have an easier...

Walden considers centralized downtown

Published Apr. 19 2017

The Walden Board of Mayor and Aldermen has begun initial talks with the Southeast Tennessee Development District about the possibility...

Red Bank allows outdoor beer consumption at restaurants, breweries

Published Apr. 12 2017

People may now enjoy the rapidly warming weather outside with a cold brew in hand within the city of Red...

Lookout Mountain resident inducted into aviation hall of fame

Published Apr. 12 2017

Tracy Knauss' passion for flight took him on adventures for over 40 years, from hang-gliding down Lookout Mountain to flying...

New Broad Street business offers juice, community space and more

Published Apr. 12 2017

Trailhead, a new juice bar at 3211 Broad St., is serving up blended juice drinks in a space where owner...

Elite Georgia Showcase offers young football players exposure, recruitment potential

Published Apr. 12 2017

Before they became some of the biggest names in high school football, young athletes like Trevor Lawrence, Jeremiah Holloman and...

Happy Carrot brings vegan meal options to East Brainerd

Published Apr. 12 2017

Jackie Sperrazza admits it: She'll occasionally eat dairy when she's dining out. But at her new business, The Happy Carrot,...

Walker County on track to change system of government by 2021

Published Apr. 12 2017

Just over four years — that's the earliest Walker County could see its system of government shift from a sole-commissioner...