Alexian Brothers Senior Neighbors, 250 E 10th Street, Chattanooga, 37402, will host an AARP Safe Driver Class on Thursday, July 19, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
For information, call Beverly Boyers at 755-6106.
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A public open house of Memorial's South Tower will be held this Sunday, from 1-4 p.m. A variety of health screenings will be offered including: cardiac risk assessment, ... (click for more)
Members of Tennessee’s House of Representatives and Senate issued joint resolutions honoring Orange Grove Center for its 60 th anniversary as a provider of services to children and adults with ... (click for more)
Drums Alive is the name of the exercise program now being offered several times a week at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga. It allows the residents to exercise to the beat of their own drums. ... (click for more)
A public open house of Memorial's South Tower will be held this Sunday, from 1-4 p.m. A variety of health screenings will be offered including: cardiac risk assessment, blood pressure and body mass index (BMI), peripheral artery disease (PAD) screening, and balance and flexibility games. Tour Memorial’s new state-of-the science operating rooms for ... (click for more)
Members of Tennessee’s House of Representatives and Senate issued joint resolutions honoring Orange Grove Center for its 60 th anniversary as a provider of services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Hamilton County. Senate Joint Resolution No. 319 was adopted on April 16, in the Senate by Tennessee State Senators Todd Gardenhire (R-Chattanooga) ... (click for more)
Police said a Highland Park woman helped crack a mystery about a rash of recent gasoline thefts involving the cutting of expensive gas lines. Thomas Bouch was arrested after Bridgitte Brody told of looking out a window of her house last Thursday and seeing a white male standing by a 24-seat van at Tennessee Temple University. She said the man had a rubber tube near ... (click for more)
Attorneys argued before the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati Tuesday morning on whether former Sheriff Billy Long should get a further reduction in his sentence. He was initially sentenced by Federal Judge Sandy Mattice to serve 168 months in federal prison after his conviction on a variety of charges related to his involvement with Eugene Overstreet. That ... (click for more)
The public needs to intervene on the absolutely absurd Wilson Air Waste (WWW) at the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport. What this all comes down to is our elected officials have appointed board members to oversee the budget and decision making at the airport, and they clearly do not respect public resources. Contrary to the Airport Authority CEO’s statement ... (click for more)
I'm betting the chances are good you overlooked a story in Monday's editions of the Chattanooga Times Free Press about our newest heroes in Franklin County. I say they are our heroes because the proud little county that stretches from Sewanee to Tullahoma is on the very brink of running its meth dealers far away from the land Davy Crockett once trod. Because our state legislature ... (click for more)