State highway officials are calling on residents for input as they go through an environmental assessment of changes to Tennessee’s interstate gateway. But construction on the proposed $89 million retooling of the Interstate 75/I-24 interchange is not likely to start this year.
There are three candidates vying for East Ridge mayor.
At first glance, a dentist’s office is a strange place for an art show. But Greater Brainerd Dental won’t let that stop its annual 5612 Art Expo, being held this year Saturday, Oct. 18.
Members of Silverdale Baptist Church are celebrating the congregation’s 125th anniversary by giving back to the community, as they believe the 13 original members would have done.
While art downtown promotes growth of the city, it can be much more difficult to find downtown residences affordable to the artists involved.
It’s no secret that education these days is geared toward math and science, and the Explorers Homeschool Academy has found a way to make it fun.
St. Elmo resident Matt Monahan has a penchant for keeping fish in his freezer. But they aren’t always used for eating. Instead, Monahan practices gyotaku, the art of printing fish on fabric and paper.
It’s not easy being a nonprofit these days. It’s a part of the gig; not profiting from what you do, but instead helping others.
Oct. 9, the Camp House will have a packed house of people from all over the country. Except most of them will be tuning in from live streams as locals enjoy the Q Commons event.
The Hamilton County Republican Women hosted a fashion show and luncheon at the Heritage Landing Clubhouse to benefit the Honoring the Sacrifice Foundation.
Zeke Arter waited 20 minutes in line for his first Maple Street Biscuit. He was visiting Jacksonville, Fla., and his wife had dragged him to the spot. It was March 2013.
Editor’s note: This is one in a series of stories about the six candidates in the Nov. 4 East Ridge City Council election. Check upcoming editions of Metro Weekly for more election coverage. The last day to register to vote is Oct. 6 and early voting begins Oct. 15.
When Chattanooga resident Susan Mathews had her first baby 14 years ago, she never imagined he would inspire a new charity and impact the lives of children on the other side of the world.
Chattanooga Invista employee Judy Ciulis says the nylon manufacturer regularly rents cars at Lovell Field, so she’s looking forward to a $1.5 million upgrade that would almost double the lot’s size.
The rusty rails that rest throughout the heart of Chattanooga may be revitalized if a new federally funded study shows a proposed light-rail route is feasible for the Choo Choo city.