The town of Walden is in limbo when it comes to its fiscal year 2013-2014 budget.
It’s that time again.
Warm weather means more nature lovers on the trails around Signal Mountain and Walden. In turn, this invariably means more accidents, injuries and the need for local emergency services, said Andrew Fisher, a longtime volunteer with Waldens Ridge Emergency Services.
Donna Shearer, founder of the nonprofit organization Save Georgia’s Hemlocks, is coming to Bachman Community Center Saturday, June 22 to lead a free Hemlock Help Clinic and Facilitator Workshop.
In response to demand for learning one of the world’s fastest-growing sports, the MACC is holding its first-ever disc golf camp this summer.
For the first time ever, family members living overseas were able to see Signal Mountain High School students graduate live this spring. This is just the beginning of the uses for the school’s new broadcast TV equipment, including a summer program being offered through the Mountain Education Foundation Monday-Friday, June 17-21.
Summer is here, and a host of new books are being released just in time to accompany Signal Mountain residents on upcoming beach vacations. Whether one prefers to check out a copy from the library or purchase a new book of their own, many options are available without leaving the mountain.
The Signal Mountain Town Council did not decide to make changes to its current laws regulating the sale of liquor, and area businesses seem to be on the same page.
Aimee Randolph, principal at Thrasher Elementary for the past five years, is leaving the school to become the lead director of instruction at the Hamilton County Department of Education.
About three years ago, Mary Firth decided she wanted to start a bike ride on Signal Mountain to raise money for cancer research. Two of her siblings had passed away from cancerous brain tumors and, at the time, Firth was living with melanoma.
The Walden Mayor and Board of Aldermen are working on ways to slow speeding drivers in some of the town’s problem areas.
J. Smith Salon is now home to a new stylist, Katie Eggebrecht.
MACC will begin holding a new nature program for children certain Fridays beginning May 31. Although not affiliated with the Tennessee Aquarium, the program will be led by longtime aquarium employees Susie Grant and penguin keeper Amy Graves.
Signal Mountain resident and artist Melanie Underwood, of Sunshine Girl Designs, is offering art camps this summer at Bachman Community Center, where she is holding seven sessions from May-August.
Signal Crest United Methodist Church is bringing families together in a unique way through the upcoming Kidz Blitz FX Live performance being held in the church’s Crest Center Friday, May 31. Tickets will be available at the door starting at 6 p.m. before the doors open at 6:30 p.m.