Howard hosts Art Car Fashion Ball with Art120

Published Apr. 25 2018

Art120 is partnering with The Howard School for this year's Art Car Fashion Ball, to be held at Chattanooga Choo...

Soddy-Daisy family collects shoes to fund adoption

Published Apr. 25 2018

Reading Ephesians 5:1 — "Follow God's example, therefore, as dearly loved children" — Soddy-Daisy residents Alex and Megan Vaughn felt...

Dunkin' Donuts distributor continues to create area jobs

Published Apr. 25 2018

Since opening its doors in January, BMG Bakery has created more than 70 jobs for area residents, and that number...

U.S. 41 sewer project gets SPLOST funding

Published Apr. 25 2018

Fort Oglethorpe has finally secured funding for the second phase of its sewer project along U.S. Highway 41.

Union workers renovate Harrison Bay pier

Published Apr. 25 2018

Thanks to a little elbow grease from local union members, anglers and recreational boaters will now have safer, more reliable...

Bible Express train teaches lessons of salvation

Published Apr. 25 2018

New Haven Baptist Church is inviting kids and adults of all ages to climb aboard the church's free Bible Express...

Class builds custom holders to help local veterinarian

Published Apr. 25 2018

Ooltewah High School teacher Karen Haynes took her dog in for a routine checkup at Sale Creek Veterinary Clinic and...

Wiedmer: Vols fans should hope Pruitt is poor-mouthing

Published Apr. 21 2018

Tyler Holt and his wife, Haley, drove more than 270 miles from Waynesboro, Tenn., to watch Saturday's Orange and White...

Musical promotes acceptance of others

Published Apr. 18 2018

To be accepting of other people, regardless of what one may have heard, or assumed based on appearances, is a...

New restaurant promises authentic Mexican cuisine in Ringgold, Ga.

Published Apr. 18 2018

Ringgold has a new contender for fans of Mexican cuisine.

Georgia lawmakers hit the brakes on distracted driving with hands-free bill

Published Apr. 18 2018

As Catoosa County coroner, Vanita Hullander has seen severe consequences from texting and driving.

Heritage House hosts free classic movie screenings

Published Apr. 18 2018

Heritage House is harking back to the golden age of cinema with its classic and international film series. The screenings...


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Active-shooter training planned for local churches

Published Apr. 18 2018

Despite the news of shootings nationwide, many church families don't consider themselves to be at high risk, said local deacon...

The Laughing Buddah opens in Hixson

Published Apr. 18 2018

After working as a nurse for over 30 years, Mary Jo Thrun is starting a new chapter in her life...

Boyd Buchanan is first independent school in state to start Future Farmers of America program

Published Apr. 18 2018

When students and faculty at Boyd Buchanan School sit down for lunch in the cafeteria, they know exactly where their...

Signal Mountain prepares to vote on water system sale

Published Apr. 18 2018

On May 14, the Signal Mountain Town Council is expected to vote on whether to sell the town's water system,...

English language learners public school pilot sees success

Published Apr. 18 2018

As the Hispanic community in Chattanooga grows, the Hamilton County Department of Education, Chattanooga State Community College and local nonprofit...

Clean Cuisine

Published Apr. 15 2018

The following restaurants received scores of 90 or better out of 100 on the Hamilton County Health Department inspections conducted...

Chattanooga Florist celebrates 85 years

Published Apr. 11 2018

For 85 years, Chattanooga Florist has brightened local residents' days with beautiful blooms.

Soddy-Daisy Wall of Honor accepting applications

Published Apr. 11 2018

The Soddy-Daisy Wall of Honor board is looking for more local veterans, active military and first responders to add to...

Local family moves into Chattanooga's first Faith Build Home

Published Apr. 11 2018

Nine area churches recently celebrated the culmination of 16 weeks of work to not only build a home for a...


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Plans for LaFayette's $10 million housing development take shape

Published Apr. 11 2018

The long commute may soon be over for employees at Roper Corp. and other Northwest Georgia manufacturers.

Chattanooga officials hope to cool tensions between residents and developers with new study

Published Apr. 11 2018

The Chattanooga City Council is backing a study that officials believe could help ease tensions between residents and incoming developers.