Family Voices of Tennessee Southeast Partnership connects parents of special needs children with local resources

Published May. 15 2019

When Morgan Koch's 2-and-a-half-year-old daughter was born with traumatic brain injuries, Koch said a lot of her questions about her...

Wally's Restaurant in East Ridge celebrates 30th anniversary [photos]

Published May. 15 2019

Wally's Restaurant, which opened its first location in Chattanooga on McCallie Avenue in 1937, celebrated the 30th anniversary of its...

A day in the life of a crossing guard: Dwayne Blair combines military precision with mission work

Published May. 15 2019

Dwayne Blair took his post in front of Ooltewah Middle School precisely at 6:45 a.m.

With a few restrictions, Signal Mountain residents can now keep miniature goats on their property

Published May. 15 2019

Residents of the town of Signal Mountain with lot sizes of at least 2 acres can now keep miniature goats...

Business Spotlight: If you want to 'come and slack off' JAB Kickboxing is not the gym for you

Published May. 15 2019

Workouts change every day, with each full-body workout featuring 10 stations.

Walker County launches family-friendly outdoor series

Published May. 15 2019

As part of the effort to highlight the outdoor opportunities in Walker County, the local government and chamber of commerce...

Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe's academic decathlon team flexes brains over brawn

Published May. 15 2019

The eight students on Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School's academic decathlon team will not be lining up on the football field...

Public invited to discuss proposed Hamilton County tax increase

Published May. 15 2019

Two of the three Hamilton County commissioners representing the East Hamilton area will hold community meetings to discuss the county's...

North Georgia high-schoolers prepare for graduation

Published May. 15 2019

Karen Hughes was a member of the first graduating class at Ridgeland High School in 1990. Nineteen years later, she...

First Christian Church-Disciples of Christ launches art gallery with 'The Artist's Eye' exhibit

Published May. 8 2019

First Christian Church-Disciples of Christ is launching an on-site art gallery, Palette To Table, with an exhibition called "The Artist's...

Over 100 food, arts and crafts vendors to be featured at 1890's Day Jamboree in downtown Ringgold

Published May. 8 2019

Dr. Ronal Graham has been at the heart of the 1890's Day Jamboree in Ringgold for the past 28 years....

Community garden takes root in Menlo Park

Published May. 8 2019

In what was recently just an empty lot, RISE Chattanooga is bringing people together in Chattanooga's Menlo Park neighborhood through...


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Official says Collegedale needs ballfields

Published May. 8 2019

Barbara Gibson was among the first citizens to arrive at the Collegedale parks and recreation community forum.

6th Cavalry Museum bringing Gen. George Patton's grandson to Fort Oglethorpe this Saturday

Published May. 8 2019

On July 4, 1919, The Chattanooga Daily Times reported on the return of the 6th Cavalry from World War I...

Signal Mountain Town Council votes to to retain ownership of water system

Published May. 8 2019

After more than two years of discussion, the Signal Mountain Town Council has finally decided what to do with its...

Humorist Jeanne Robertson is coming to East Brainerd

Published May. 1 2019

Christ United Methodist Church's women's ministry is hosting humorist Jeanne Robertson for "A Night of Encouragement" Friday, May 3 at...

East Ridge to see biggest investment ever with new soccer stadium

Published May. 1 2019

As the city of East Ridge works toward $2.3 million in improvements to the Camp Jordan athletic complex, a new...

Phase III of the project to widen Apison Pike will move forward in 2020

Published May. 1 2019

When now-Gov. Bill Lee was "candidate" Bill Lee in 2017, he was the only gubernatorial hopeful to visit the Collegedale...

Signal Mountain residents question new grocery store proposal

Published May. 1 2019

The proposal was new. The questions were not.

New Chattanooga organization connects veterans with resources

Published May. 1 2019

When U.S. Army veteran and native Chattanoogan Vincent Spann returned home following his retirement from the armed forces in October...

Author shares insight into her novel at One Book, One Community event

Published May. 1 2019

Joshilyn Jackson has battled autism, raised a family and published eight novels, with another on the way. The New York...

Downtown Chattanooga is 'in the middle of all the action'

Published Apr. 28 2019

David Wiles and wife Lea Anne were looking at moving to Chattanooga and they wanted to live downtown.

North Chattanooga has something for everyone

Published Apr. 28 2019

Convenient to the city core as well as plentiful green spaces, North Chattanooga has something for everyone.