Community News - Metro

Chattanooga police grads hear community concerns firsthand

Published Aug. 8 2018

The newest round of Chattanooga Police Department graduates from the cadet training program learned the value of community involvement after...

Goat yoga arrives in Chattanooga

Published Aug. 1 2018

Goat yoga, a trend that's been sweeping the nation over the past year or two, has arrived in the Scenic...

Local museum fosters respect for people of all religions

Published Jul. 11 2018

Just to the right of the lobby entrance at Siskin Children's Institute, a small room holds hundreds of items prized...

Navy League salutes outstanding service

Published Jul. 4 2018

Every year, the Greater Chattanooga Navy League Council holds a special awards night for the youth programs it sponsors: the...

Free Money School After Hours covers personal finance topics

Published Jul. 4 2018

When starting the process of buying a home for the first time, many people are surprised at all the things...

Chef to the stars returns to Chattanooga, offers his services locally

Published Jun. 20 2018

Evan Leutwiler - the former personal chef of Demi Moore and Jimmy Kimmel - has returned home to Chattanooga to...

Program helps inmates find their artistic side

Published Jun. 20 2018

Discussing the stigma associated with being a criminal offender, inmates at the Hamilton County Jail decided to demonstrate the idea...

New event series focuses on holistic health

Published Jun. 13 2018

After a successful launch last month, local event planner Conscious Community Coordinators is hosting the second Mindful Market Chattanooga on...

Grandson restores family tow truck to benefit Children's Hospital

Published Jun. 6 2018

Jeremy Tankersley, a supervisor of customer service at Miller Industries Towing Equipment Inc. in Ooltewah, worked tirelessly to restore a...

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...

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...

$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...

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...

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...