Jaime Simonds’ never-ending day begins at 5:45 a.m., give or take a few minutes for one of the 11 alarms she has set to jostle her awake.
By 9 a.m. Black Friday morning, the crowds had thinned, some displays looked worse for the wear and the longest line in the Hamilton Place area was at Starbucks.
The Collegedale Public library is a lot of things to different people. For some, it’s a place to bring their little ones to read and hear stories each week. For others, the computers are a valuable resource.
Before this year, Tyner Academy’s artistic side has been a bit of a school secret. But this year, four students were selected to have their art shown in a regional show in Knoxville.
The first-ever FIRST LEGO League Chattanooga Area Qualifier Tournament held Nov. 23 at Signal Mountain Middle/High School was an incredible success, said Scott Rosenow, event manager and liaison between TVA Partners in Education and Hamilton County Schools.
Sixty thousand dollars and 1,400 volunteers.
The Pavilion on Panorama may get a small restaurant despite zoning restrictions that originally prohibited an eatery in the mixed-use development located at the corner of East Brainerd Road and Panorama Drive.
Two kids to a shovel, Apison Elementary School students broke ground on Hamilton County’s largest sustainability garden Thursday. Weeks of building vertical gardens and raised beds, and installing rain barrels, aquaponic totes and a keyhole garden, will allow students to get their hands dirty in the 4,000-square-foot space between the wings of the school while learning about science, math and even reading.
Asking for toy, clothing donations for locals less fortunate
While locals are out shopping this Black Friday, New Hope Presbyterian Church hopes they drop an extra toy in their basket.
For the second time in a row, Collegedale’s City Commission meeting was dominated by a property line dispute between two of its residents.
Route could lead to public connector from Hwy. 58 to I-75
A new supplier connection route from Highway 58 at Clark Road to Enterprise South may open up a public connector all the way to I-75.
It’s finally time for everyone to start their Christmas shopping, and that means all of Chattanooga will be swarming around the Hamilton Place area.
The highly anticipated Thanksgiving meal is just more than a week away. If you’re looking for something different than the traditional turkey, or if you just need some ideas for delicious Southern sides, promoter of local food movement Gaining Ground’s got you covered, all with locally sourced and in-season ingredients. Find out more at growchattanooga.org.
From architect to baguette sandwich maestro? That’s not a transition you see every day.
Even though the school is still relatively new, there are some things East Hamilton Middle/High School students still need. Pencil and paper is going the way of chalk, and the school doesn’t want to get left behind.