East Brainerd resident Diane Clement knows how hard it can be to find affordable custom framing. She used to take her own items to a local mom and pop shop in the area, but it has since closed.
Apison resident Herb Goronzy is tired of seeing “crummy” storage buildings on people’s property, saying he doesn’t like seeing ugly metal buildings that have been bolted together.
For decades there have been rumors of buried treasure left behind at Audubon Acres in East Brainerd by Spanish explorers and stories of suspicious sounds from the woods at night.
It’s not over yet. That was Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Rick Smith’s overarching message for schools in East Hamilton County regarding growth, building and rezoning during his recent annual “State of the Schools” address.
Local funding is the biggest roadblock in expanding Chattanooga’s public transportation offerings, according to Chattanooga Area Regional Transport Authority Executive Director Tom Dugan.
From their own service and the stories of those they support through the organization, members of Collegedale’s American Legion Desmond T. Doss Post 257 know both first- and secondhand some of the struggles military families face.
The Collegedale Beer Board recently approved Rite Aid’s beer permit request that will allow the retailer to sell beer at its 9413 Apison Pike location.
Downtown Apison along First Street once was a bustling area with a gas station, grocery store and antique store. Now children ride their bicycles along the street not knowing what once was, but one family wants to change that.
As shoppers walk from store to store inside Hamilton Place Mall Nov. 4, bells will begin ringing simultaneously at 6:45 p.m. from Center Stage. The sound is meant to remind people that Christmas time is coming and people are in need.
With a five-year survival rate of only 6 percent, it can be hard to find hope when someone is diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, but a local group is working to change that.
Chattanooga Area Food Bank is hosting its first ever Hunger Wipeout Obstacle Challenge to help end childhood hunger.
Two Hamilton County high school volleyball teams will host Pink Out matches Sept. 22 to raise scholarship funds for the MaryEllen Locher Foundation.
Chattanooga’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure isn’t just about raising funds for breast cancer research and prevention, it’s also about honoring an estimated 400 survivors.
AAA Auto Club South is partnering with Budweiser to offer free, confidential rides to both members and non-members 24 hours a day during Labor Day weekend Friday, Sept. 2-Tuesday, Sept. 6.
Chattanooga’s chapter of Slow Food is on a mission to show that the value of food isn’t determined by a value menu and that eating locally can be cheaper than expected.