Not many 11-year-olds can say they’ve walked the red carpet. But Patrick Sharrock has brittle bone disease and isn’t like other boys his age.
For Yusuf Hakeem, it all started with knocking on doors with his mother as a child. He would tag along with her when she was a voting precinct leader and help people get out of their homes to vote.
Every few minutes, thuds come from a small building behind a home in St. Elmo.
When some people think about school being out for the summer images of vacations, lazy days at the pool and ice cream come to mind.
NFL Hall of Famer and Chattanooga native Reggie White’s blood ran maroon and gold.
The vacant Cumberland Equipment industrial site is a step closer to getting a new life.
Imagine how nice it would be to get a reward every time you rode your bike, walked instead of drove or carpooled with a friend to work.
Signal Mountain resident Allison Durras is putting her culinary degree from the Art Institute of Atlanta to good use as the owner of Baked in Chattanooga, her new restaurant on the North Shore.
New District 8 City Councilman Moses Freeman has been a part of Chattanooga’s evolving political landscape for decades.
With all of the fun events that make summer in Chattanooga so exciting, the Chattanooga Police Department is preparing for one they’ve never managed before.
To some he was a choreographer and teacher. To others he was a father figure.
City of Chattanooga District 1 City Councilman Chip Henderson first fell in love with Lookout Valley when he was 16 years old as a baseball player. He was part of a visiting team from Chickamauga’s Gordon Lee High School.
Hamburgers, tacos and ice cream — oh my!
David White is a tech guy with a heart for community development.
Derelle Roshell believes that “the right way is the right way.”