When it comes to looking "put together," Morgan Griggs knows it doesn't have to be an ordeal.
In the midst of an ever changing energy climate, one group hopes to bring awareness to clean energy sources that could impact Tennessee over the next few decades.
Urban Design Challenge plan not that far off?
More than a year ago, David Hudson, Paul Darr and Justin Dumsday put their heads together and formed a plan to rejuvenate the Southside area of Broad and Main streets as a part of the Urban Design Challenge.
The Chattanooga History Center is the recipient of a grant from the Lyndhurst Foundation that could bring the organization closer to its fundraising goal. The grant matches all individual and corporate donations up to $250,000, according to an announcement by the group.
After an 18-month search, the staff at Elea Blake Cosmetics has found a new home on Chestnut Street.
Seun Erinle is a self-described “blerd,” a black nerd.
Schandra “Sunshine” Loveless knows what it feels like to be one of the best in the world at a sport. She has felt the weight of a gold medal around her neck and has heard the sound of a packed out stadium waiting to see her play.
Though Bradley Johnson says there are no practical applications to pizza tossing, his one-handed handstands and sky-high tosses have earned him a trip to Parma, Italy.
The city of Chattanooga is asking citizens to help preserve “precious” public art around the city.
Penni Evans remembers getting inspired to paint after visiting a gallery in Atlanta.
It feels a little bit like the Sixth Street renaissance in downtown Chattanooga.
As temperatures heat up this spring and summer, a new local business is keeping Chattanooga cool with a line of organic gourmet popsicles sold both at retail locations and out of a traveling pushcart.
Local artists are coming together to support Chattanooga’s autistic community at the Art for Autism fundraiser Saturday, April 6.
Both the North and South Chickamauga Creek greenways are one step closer to an extension.
Before beginning the riding season this spring, hundreds of local motorcyclists will convene at Riverfront Park for an afternoon of fellowship and bike blessings.