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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.

Birthday fundraiser planned for Boys and Girls Club basketball court

Don’t bother buying a birthday present. Misty Anderson doesn’t want them.

CNE to host Highland Park workshop

Tennessee Temple may be leaving the neighborhood, but Highland Park isn’t worried.

Bethlehem Center celebrates a successful summer

When 100 local kids take the stage this week at The Bethlehem Center to perform a rendition of “The Lion King,” their songs, dances, acting and hand-painted backdrops will be an achievement they can be proud of.

Mostly French brings a slice of French living to Main Street

One of Helen Warrender’s favorite pastimes is polishing silver.

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 Metro Weekly for more election coverage. Early voting runs July 18-Aug. 2. The last day to register to vote was July 8.

School Board candidates — District 8

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.

Local task force aims to cut poverty

There’s no simple answer for reducing poverty.

A day in the life of a home-school family

Don’t worry about waking up too early, because school doesn’t really start until 9 a.m. or a little after.

Projects in Alton, Lincoln Parks move forward

Summer isn’t slowing the Chattanooga City Council down. In one of its first meetings since beginning the new fiscal year July 1, the Council moved forward a number of projects.

EBS celebrates Southside grand opening

Looking out the window of his son’s apartment in China, Ted Caldwell couldn’t help but ask, “What are these things?”

BCA adds child care center, online options for students this fall

Belvoir Christian Academy is expecting.

Southern Lit Alliance starts new So Lit Book Club

Things are a little different in the South.

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