Pruett’s Signal Mountain Market is looking forward to July 1, 2016.
Signal Mountain Baptist Church and St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church are coming together to hold the community’s first Thanksgiving Hymn Fest Sunday, Nov. 23, with a hymn service from 4-5 p.m. and dinner starting at 5.
Signal Mountain resident Daisy Elliott recently opened her own space, Signal Skin Care, where she offers facials, targeted treatments and brow and lash tinting and waxing. Elliott previously worked out of J. Smith Salon for the past six months.
The Signal Mountain Town Council, with new members now in place, has some figuring to do to get a school resource officer in Signal Mountain Middle/High School.
Signal Mountain resident Katie Hanners is replacing Mike Taylor as the new executive director of the Mountain Education Foundation.
Members of the Signal Mountain High School girls cross country team are the state champions for the second year in a row.
The Signal Mountain Farmers Market, located in Pruett’s parking lot, is holding its Holiday Market and switching over to its winter hours Thursday, Nov. 13.
The time has come to pull the Christmas decorations out of the attic and begin checking names off your holiday shopping list, and Signal Mountain is the perfect spot to get a head start. For three decades, mountain businesses have hosted Sunday on Signal, an event that has expanded to include Saturday as well.
Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series that looks at the need, logistics and plans for having a dedicated SRO officer assigned to SMMHS, a topic of hot debate during the recent Signal Mountain Town Council election. For previous coverage, read the article at community.timesfreepress.com/news/2014/nov/05/signal-and-smmhs-talk-about-need-sro.
We, the undersigned, request that the Walden Town Board stop all further expenditures on the McCoy Property project until the board conducts open meetings to discuss our concerns about how best to proceed with spending more tax dollars on the McCoy property. Since the fiscal year began July 1, the board has spent $79,700 and authorized an additional $19,200 at the 9/9/14 board for architectural drawings just for the McCoy house. This does not include costs for architectural drawings done in previous years. The total expenditure for the McCoy property rehabilitation is over $750,000 to date, considering property acquisition and maintenance and improvements over the past 10 years.
Three homes in the town of Signal Mountain were burglarized last month, bringing the total count of home burglaries in 2014 up to 19, according to Town Manager Boyd Veal.
The Signal Santas, a longtime traditon on Signal Mountain, are looking to include the mountain’s younger set in their annual party that raises funds for Signal Mountain Social Services. Even those who have never had the chance to meet the original organizers, Wanda Lacy and Shirley Miller, may soon receive a call from this year’s committee to join the party.
In his six years at the helm of the Mountain Education Foundation, former Executive Director Mike Taylor said his greatest accomplishment has been getting the community together to bring more resources to the foundation.
During the lunch hour at Signal Mountain Middle/High School, it’s not uncommon to see students clustered around a man in uniform.
The Walden Board of Mayor and Aldermen, newly elected as of last night, is about to face some hard decisions in regards to the McCoy property.