Teaching middle school is already stressful. Keeping pre-teens happy and busy during P.E. classes can be exhausting.
There’s a new biker gang taking over in Collegedale.
Ever notice the hand-painted signs in Buehler’s Food Market on Market Street downtown?
When Albert Einstein was stumped on an equation, he was known to play his violin. After a music session, he would go back to the drawing board and, more often than not, find success.
Ten years ago, Open Arms Care in Ooltewah presented its first Ride to Provide, attracting a little more than 50 people. Over the past decade, that number has grown five times to 250 cyclists who join in the annual ride.
Dennis Smith has been dreaming of starting a flea market for a decade, and he’s about to see that dream become a reality.
The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency is in the process of creating a new comprehensive plan for the county, but not before listening to the community.
The Ooltewah Harrison Education Foundation is well on its way to reaching 500 members by October.
The Harrison Ruritan Club recently enjoyed an evening of pickin’, grinnin’ and cloggin’ during its Kornfield Kounty Jamboree. The East Ridge Cloggers, along with several local bluegrass bands, put on a downhome show for the club and its visitors.
Last year, Daryl Ford got a little desperate.
By the time spring fever kicks in, the weather starts warming up again and children start looking toward the end of this school year, they should have a new Imagination Station to play on.
Most of the time, no news is good news. But to the dozens of East Hamilton residents anticipating the widening of East Brainerd Road, no update on behalf of the Tennessee Department of Transportation was bad news at the recent District 4 Summit.
Imagination Station will remain open, for now. Though scheduled to be closed for renovations beginning Sept. 2, community outcry has pushed the project back — and sent it back to the drawing board.
This May, Brian Richard was on his way to work after a long weekend when he turned around and drove back home to Ooltewah.
“Balance, rhythm, proportion.”