North Hamilton

Soddy-Daisy officials shuffle positions

Soddy-Daisy City Manager Hardie Stulce announced his resignation at the City Commission’s July 17 meeting. Mayor Janice Cagle also announced her resignation and Vice Mayor Rick Nunley was named mayor.

Low Impact Rain Design Challenge winners named

Everyone knows a heavy rain in Chattanooga could linger for a few days after the clouds have subsided. But when new stormwater runoff regulations take effect this December, developers will have to mitigate standing water on their property if it’s new construction or if a certain percentage of the property is redeveloped.

1N3 seeks community support for Chattanooga Teen Maze

Bonny Oaks area resident Tiki Finlayson, co-founder of local nonprofit 1N3, wants to change the sobering statistic that one in three people is affected by drunk driving.

Soddy-Daisy Healthcare offers free CNA training

For those looking for a career as a certified nursing assistant, Soddy-Daisy Healthcare offers a free CNA education program to the community.

Neighborhood auto service provider sees new ownership after 40 years

After 40 years in business, Terry Conley of Conley’s Service Center in Hixson is passing the torch.

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Signal Mtn

Signal seeks to slow cars on Arden Way

After receiving a complaint at its regularly scheduled July 14 meeting, the Signal Mountain Town Council is seeking to slow down cars on Arden Way in Hidden Brook.

McCoy property gets closer to construction

Walden officials are one step closer to making construction at the McCoy property a reality.

The Nail Bar opens on Signal

Fans of Pretty Nails at the foot of the mountain will be pleased to learn that the owner of that nail salon’s son, Wayne Huynh, and his girlfriend Jeanny Khinsavath have opened The Nail Bar in the former Three Black Sheep space on Signal Mountain.

517 collects shoes for orphans

Starting Aug. 1, 517 Subs will again be collecting new athletic shoes for orphans in Third World countries.

Signal buys James Blvd. property for $115,000

The town of Signal Mountain is a new homeowner, but at least one official isn’t happy about the decision.

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Walker

LaFayette’s Twin Lakes Nursery yields blueberries, raspberries

Twin Lakes Nursery in LaFayette is all about berries.

Veterinarian Ben Benson makes house calls

In the middle of the country with no surrounding businesses, Villanow Animal Clinic sits in an old fire hall building.

Charles Lusk battles Lou Gehrig’s disease

Mingling with former classmates at his recent Rossville High School Class of 1959 reunion, Rossville’s Charles Lusk was optimistic.

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East Hamilton

School Board candidates — District 5

Editor’s Note: This is one in a series of stories about contested races in the August county general election. Check upcoming editions of East Hamilton Weekly for more election coverage. Early voting runs July 18-Aug. 2. The last day to register to vote was July 8.

Low Impact Rain Design Challenge winners named

Everyone knows a heavy rain in Chattanooga could linger for a few days after the clouds have subsided. But when new stormwater runoff regulations take effect this December, developers will have to mitigate standing water on their property if it’s new construction or if a certain percentage of the property is redeveloped.

1N3 seeks community support for Chattanooga Teen Maze

Bonny Oaks area resident Tiki Finlayson, co-founder of local nonprofit 1N3, wants to change the sobering statistic that one in three people is affected by drunk driving.

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Catoosa

Fort O raises rates for water, sewer

Residents of Fort Oglethorpe can expect to pay a little more when they open their next combined water and sewer bill.

Arms Around Ringgold comes to Oakwood’s Gateway Mall

Arms Around Chickamauga’s Oakwood Baptist main campus is adding an Arms Around Ringgold event this year.

Ringgold plans repairs for city water plant

Ringgold City Council is making plans to repair the clear-well water tank at the city water plant.

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Metro

Low Impact Rain Design Challenge winners named

Everyone knows a heavy rain in Chattanooga could linger for a few days after the clouds have subsided. But when new stormwater runoff regulations take effect this December, developers will have to mitigate standing water on their property if it’s new construction or if a certain percentage of the property is redeveloped.

1N3 seeks community support for Chattanooga Teen Maze

Bonny Oaks area resident Tiki Finlayson, co-founder of local nonprofit 1N3, wants to change the sobering statistic that one in three people is affected by drunk driving.

1 Million Cups fosters entrepreneurial community

Every Wednesday, a small group rides the elevator up to the 13th floor of the First Tennessee building.

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