Ask and you shall receive.
Jaime Simonds’ never-ending day begins at 5:45 a.m., give or take a few minutes for one of the 11 alarms she has set to jostle her awake.
Candy won’t be the only free handout during this year’s holiday parades.
In 2006, Jennifer Sprain sold her house and moved into a one-bedroom apartment, quit her corporate job and counted on “Good Fortune.”
This December, fifth-graders at CSAS will study more than just Common Core curriculum. They’ll learn firsthand what it’s like to create a budget, stretch a dollar and buy Christmas presents on a budget.
As the next crop of potential small-business owners graduated from LAUNCH’s intensive business-building program last week, program co-founder Hal Browning said it’s a good time to get into the business world.
Eighty thousand bananas, 60,000 apples or 33,000 oranges.
Lighted Boat Parade follows
In 2012, Chattanooga Room in the Inn housed 142 people experiencing homelessness, 73 of whom were children.
Park to open first phase in spring 2014
Montague Park is another step closer to opening its long-awaited sculpture park and beginning a new life.
The highly anticipated Thanksgiving meal is just more than a week away. If you’re looking for something different than the traditional turkey, or if you just need some ideas for delicious Southern sides, promoter of local food movement Gaining Ground’s got you covered, all with locally sourced and in-season ingredients. Find out more at growchattanooga.org.
Brace yourselves for Nature’s Fury is the theme for the first-ever First Lego League Qualifier to be held in the Chattanooga area, with Signal Mountain Middle/High School playing host Saturday, Nov. 23 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The history of Chattanooga is entwined with that of Coca-Cola.
At an annual legislative forum sponsored by the Hamilton County PTA Council, parents, teachers and Hamilton County state legislators shared their concerns about changes in education that will affect the children of the school system.
You won’t see many buckets and rubber bands in tie-dye artist Julie Jones’ studio.
A hike to Glen Falls from St. Elmo this time of year is full of change. Leaves turn colors and trees become bare. It’s only fitting that the season feels like a goodbye for the friends and family of Marc Trovillion.