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Backstreet Betty’s celebrates 10 years

Ten years ago, Betty True took a chance.

Lookout Wild Film Festival is back and better in second year

Some people love the outdoors. Some people love film. And some just love good stories.

Market Street to see development

A decrepit block of bedraggled buildings across from the Chattanooga Choo Choo will soon see the first new tenant in more than 30 years.

CAP program starts for 25 girls in Chattanooga

It’s not easy to admit you need a little help, especially if you’re a teenager like Hixson High School students April Elaster and Monkia Bridges. High school life brings a lot of pressure. Boys, friends, drama. Drugs, sex, alcohol. Things like college and a bright future seem far off and covered up by the hype of teenage life.

The good times roll year-round at Meaux’s Daiquiris

Aletha Bass is still homesick for boudin, daiquiris and live New Orleans jazz.

Bud’s hosts benefit for Charlie Espy

For nearly two decades, Charlie Espy has faithfully served the customers of Bud’s Sports Bar.

Public forums focus on pediatric health

The Pediatric Healthcare Improvement Coalition for the Tennessee Valley wants to hear about your experience with pediatric health care in the Chattanooga area.

Kickstarter campaign to reopen Moccasin Bend Brewing Company now underway

If you’ve ever been to Moccasin Bend Brewing Company, you might have noticed it doesn’t look like other breweries and tasting rooms around town.

Flying Squirrel helps STEM School Chattanooga

After-work drinks took on a new meaning recently at the Flying Squirrel.

Local Boys and Girls Club honors Carlisha McKenzie

Carlisha McKenzie says she must be doing something right.

Bryan Rasmussen creates objects of contemplation

Artist and sculptor Bryan Rasmussen, who is exhibiting at Graffiti Gallery through March 15, sees each of his pieces as an object of meditation.

Mountain surveillance delayed by cold

The recent winter conditions have not only delayed schools, but also new safety measures on Lookout Mountain.

Celebrate Black History Month through local events

Jerome Martin remembers being let out of school early the day Martin Luther King Jr. was shot.

Chattanooga Wiener Walkers get going

When Signal Mountain residents Chris and Michelle Welch take their dogs out, people notice.

Dipped Fresh transitions to online, catering business

Dipped Fresh has closed its doors on River Street, but customers of the gourmet deli and dessert shop shouldn’t worry.