OutVenture’s popular summer kayak tours will go on, thanks to local businesses and residents, program officials said this week.
Protesters ended early their pro-vegetarian demonstration near Miller Park this morning after they said city officials asked them to leave.
Red Bank regulars flocking back to reopened shake, burger joint.
Forget the NBA playoffs. The best come-back sports stories of the season can be found at the Chattanooga District Senior Olympics this week.
It’s only a scheduling coincidence that La Feria Hispana falls on the eve of the Mexican holiday Cinco de Mayo, but La Paz de Dios officials said the Sunday events at the First Tennesse Pavillion exposes the Chattanooga community to a variety of Spanish-speaking cultures.
COALMONT, Tenn. — A biodiesel program started at Grundy County High School a year ago as a way to spark student interest in alternative fuels may soon help the district curb the cost of running buses.
Despite losing most of the kayak fleet for the city’s OutVenture tours in a Hixson barn fire this weekend, “not having a program is not an option,” Chattanooga Parks and Recreation Administrator Larry Zehnder said today.
Growing up, Pam Kober swore she’d never be a “secretary.” Today, she finds herself not only with 22 years as an administrative assistant at Alstom, but also the president of the Chattanooga chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals.
By Lori YountStaff Writer Just as he did almost 10 years ago, Victor Ellis is bringing the Red Bank High School's Class of 1998 together. A group of alumni, some who hadn't seen each other since graduation, banded together to help raise money for
By Mike O'NealStaff Writer An overflow crowd gathered Friday night in the Tennessee Aquarium's auditorium to hear fish tales with a twist. Instead of "ones that got away," champion spear-fisherman Rodney Fox spoke about his adventures since he
By Karina GonzalezStaff Writer Tennessee lawmakers say they expect to tackle immigration bills this year that deal with everything from driving certificates to a crackdown on certain employers. "It (illegal immigration) was by far the biggest
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