If you’ve driven down Glass Street in the last year or so, it probably looks a lot different than you remember.
It wasn’t too long ago that Rob Eldridge had more in common than usual with his two teenage daughters.
Chilly weather can really dampen one’s sense of adventure, but Blue Moon Cruises is providing a way around it. Throughout the month of January and February, the Blue Moon boat is offering weekend cruises to passengers who want to witness the influx of sandhill cranes.
Chattanooga Police Chief Bobby Dodd and nearly all of his command are retiring at the end of this year — and the city’s Police Department is losing a century’s worth of senior police leadership in the midst of a massive transformation in how Chattanooga fights crime.
Love, peace and burger grease.
Not everyone has the grand family tradition of cooking a giant feast to celebrate the holidays. Luckily, some local establishments will be open on Christmas Day to feed empty stomachs. This is not a complete list — but call ahead to your favorite neighborhood spot; you might be surprised what’s open.
Arthritis may have forced Richard Kennett to stop painting, but instead of giving up on art, he traded his paintbrushes and canvases for frames and matting board.
Wearing their finest dresses and donning masks, Riley Harris and her friends celebrated her birthday with an extravagant masquerade ball in early November.
Don’t let the name fool you.
It’s not every day that elementary students learn about how money flows through a community or practice writing their own checks.
The 12th year of the eight-month Chattanooga Market was a good one, said market officials.
When Angela Hayes and her husband opened the Dollar Store near the heart of downtown on M.L. King Boulevard, it was a deliberate and calculated move. They wanted to bring a service to the area and meet the needs of the community, Angela Hayes said.
Imagine losing a loved one on Christmas, and a time hallmarked with family and joy is instead filled with grief. And when every holiday season comes around, all of those emotions come back too.
If you don’t like fudge, it’s because you haven’t had Rose Francis’ Two Sisters Fudge yet.