The Freedoms Foundation had a membership reception on Sunday.
New members include Linda Mines and Sabrena Turner.
Geraldine Charlton is the president.
January 29, 2015
January 28, 2015
The children at Signal Centers, 109 North Germantown Road, are again using a highly scientific method in predicting who will win the Super Bowl. The 9th annual Super Bowl tailgating party ... (click for more)
Chattanooga’s visual arts festival returns to the First Tennessee Pavilion April 10-12. Recognized by the New York Times, the 4 Bridges Arts Festival invites guests to a weekend of "exceptional ... (click for more)
The Pringle and Smith architecture firm of Atlanta designed a number of large and aesthetically pleasing homes in Riverview and on Lookout Mountain. Although some of them can be found ... (click for more)
The children at Signal Centers, 109 North Germantown Road, are again using a highly scientific method in predicting who will win the Super Bowl. The 9th annual Super Bowl tailgating party will be on Friday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. The children started predicting the team winner 3 years ago and although the method changes from year to year, they hold a perfect record of 3-0. ... (click for more)
Chattanooga’s visual arts festival returns to the First Tennessee Pavilion April 10-12. Recognized by the New York Times, the 4 Bridges Arts Festival invites guests to a weekend of "exceptional fine art and craft, local food, children’s art activities and entertainment." Artists from across the county apply for the juried show because they know the atmosphere draws a mix of ... (click for more)
A female student stabbed a male student twice at Lookout Valley Middle High School on Thursday morning. Sheriff Jim Hammond the students are seventh graders. He said the boy was taken by ambulance and went into surgery after the mid-morning stabbing. He said the boy received a superficial wound to the neck and a more serious wound to the stomach. However, ... (click for more)
Chattanooga Police Chief Fred Fletcher has given a maximum punishment to an officer who fired four shots toward a vehicle after he said the driver backed into his vehicle with him standing behind it. Chief Fletcher sustained a finding of “improper use of force – discharge of firearm.” He suspended Officer Alex Olson for 30 days without pay – the maximum suspension allowed ... (click for more)
Shelley Andrews was one of the kindest, most thoughtful and most effective laborers in our community. Her work with the Friends of Moccasin Bend was exemplary. She listened, she learned and she led with dignity and class. Her brave battle with ovarian cancer was a testament to her positive spirit and commitment to her work on behalf of the people of this region. ... (click for more)
Back in October of 2013 a Facebook page called “OAF Nation” was created to “boost the morale” of the heroes who make up our nation’s military.” It was tongue-in-cheek satire, putting funny captions on every-day pictures that showed members of the Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard as they defended our country. Our fighting men and women loved it. It quickly went viral and today ... (click for more)