Hixson Middle students partner with Shaw to design outdoor classroom

Published Jun. 6 2018

Students at Hixson Middle School got a taste of the working world while developing designs for an outdoor classroom to...

Upgrades for Veterans Park, Prospect Church Road on Collegedale Public Works Department's 2018-2019 docket

Published Jun. 6 2018

Collegedale officials outlined a handful of projects on the horizon for the city's Public Works Department while dissecting the fiscal...

Walden budget calls for tax increase

Published Jun. 6 2018

At their June 12 meeting, Walden officials will take their final vote on the town's budget for fiscal year 2019,...


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Educators invited to apply to Chattanooga's first Digital Fabrication Institute

Published Jun. 2 2018

Teachers from across the region will have the opportunity to get hands-on training using cutting-edge tools at Chattanooga's inaugural Digital...

New book aims to educate about epilepsy

Published Jun. 2 2018

Audrionna Hill, 12, and Satchel Cundiff, 9, have never met, but their paths will soon converge in a book from...

New building at Marion Regional Institute of Higher Education nearing completion

Published Jun. 2 2018

The second building at the Marion County Regional Institute of Higher Education is almost finished, and now it has a...

Nickajack Road on Lookout Mountain closing for construction next week

Published May. 31 2018

Nickajack Road on Lookout Mountain will be closed during the daytime for construction next week.

Signal Mountain Baptist hosts Community Carnival

Published May. 30 2018

Guests will find all the fun of a fair, along with opportunities for fellowship, at Signal Mountain Baptist's first Community...

Local life coach takes method across the country

Published May. 30 2018

The Happy Family Training method, a unique therapeutic technique created by a Chattanooga life coach, is expanding to the West...

LaFayette sees more growth in Honeybee Festival's future

Published May. 30 2018

With all the buzz already surrounding the June 2 event, LaFayette's second annual Honeybee Festival promises to be bigger than...

Walker, Catoosa counties still in need of foster homes

Published May. 30 2018

National Foster Care Month may be coming to a close this week, but local child welfare officials are hoping residents...

Mad Priest launches Kickstarter for new space, concept

Published May. 30 2018

Mad Priest Coffee Roasters owner Michael Rice and Matt Sears of Haskel Sears Design are partnering to introduce a new...


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$10,000 donation will help start grade-level library at Hardy Elementary

Published May. 30 2018

Burlington, through a partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, recently surprised Hardy Elementary with a donation of $10,000 to help teachers purchase classroom...

Interlocal agreement lifts Collegedale sewer moratorium

Published May. 30 2018

More customers will soon have access to Collegedale's sewer system.

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...

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.


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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...