A ceremony has been set for newly elected members of the Signal Mountain Town Council to take the oath of office.
It will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Town Hall.
Re-elected with Bill Lusk, Annette Allen and Bill Wallace.
April 23, 2014
Mrs. Shirley Keyes of Signal Mountain was named at the 2014 Signal Mountain Woman of the Year Wednesday at the annual Signal Mountain Community Guild Dogwood Luncheon. "This year's recipient ... (click for more)
The 1400 block of Jenkins Road will be narrowed to one lane for a sewer rehabilitation project. Flagmen will be onsite to control traffic flow. Hours of operation are 8:30 ... (click for more)
Nonprofit and community benefit organizations, schools, churches, and businesses are participating in a community festival to inform the residents of South Chattanooga about the all of the direct ... (click for more)
Mrs. Shirley Keyes of Signal Mountain was named at the 2014 Signal Mountain Woman of the Year Wednesday at the annual Signal Mountain Community Guild Dogwood Luncheon. "This year's recipient was selected because she is an example of volunteerism," said Lara Buchheit, chairman of the Woman of the Year selection committee, as she made the announcement, which is the highlight ... (click for more)
The 1400 block of Jenkins Road will be narrowed to one lane for a sewer rehabilitation project. Flagmen will be onsite to control traffic flow. Hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. on both Wednesday and Thursday. Flagmen will be onsite to control traffic flow. The 2300 block of Center Street will ... (click for more)
A Catoosa County man convicted of the sexual abuse of five young girls and possession of child pornography has been sentenced to life plus 250 years. James Martin Ferris, 34, was found guilty after a recent trial. The day after his conviction, Judge Ralph Van Pelt set the sentence. Ferris on June 5, 2013, was indicted by the Catoosa County Grand Jury on 46 counts. ... (click for more)
A Criminal Court jury on Tuesday night found 22-year-old Imari Glover not guilty of the charge of attempted aggravated robbery. The trial only lasted several hours, and the panel deliberated about two hours. According to police, Glover and two friends made plans to rob the Moe's Southwest Grill on Gunbarrel Road on Nov. 17, 2010. However, they were stopped by police ... (click for more)
Why spend $20 million or more on an unproven system to run from the Southside of Chattanooga when we already have the beginnings of a system? The question apparently has surfaced of why the Choo Choo City doesn't have a rail line. We do have a rail line with the Tennessee Valley RR Museum and their hardware. And they already make runs from the Southside to close to Enterprise ... (click for more)
Clemson’s football program, which has won 11 games in each of the past two years and was ranked 8 th in the nation after whipping Ohio State in this year’s Orange Bowl, has just been “blind-sided.” The Freedom from Religion Foundation claims Coach Dabo Sweeney and his staff are doing far too much “to promote Christianity to their student athletes.” Clemson promptly roared back ... (click for more)