A meet and greet with Joe Manuel, candidate for chancellor for Hamilton County, will be held on Thursday, Nov. 14.
The event will be held at the North River Civic Center from 5-7 p.m.
Refreshments and light hors d'oeuvres will be served.
April 20, 2015
Ponsford, Ltd. is using new laser technology to clean and restore the New York Peace Monument at Point Park on top of Lookout Mountain, which is part of the National Park Service in the Chickamauga-Chattanooga ... (click for more)
Citywide Services will be closing the Wilcox Tunnel from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. on both Thursday and Friday, for routine maintenance. Detours will be posted. (click for more)
After a day full of exciting and exhilarating competition that focused on the arts, humanities, and sciences, on Saturday, Chattanooga ACT-SO was handed out over a dozen medals to local Academic ... (click for more)
Ponsford, Ltd. is using new laser technology to clean and restore the New York Peace Monument at Point Park on top of Lookout Mountain, which is part of the National Park Service in the Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park. The bronze sculpture “Reconciliation” by sculptor Hinton Perry adorns the top of this historical monument which was donated by the state of New York. ... (click for more)
Erlanger Health System's good financial news keeps coming - with the announcement on Monday of a profit of $11.4 million for the past three months. Brit Tabor said the hospital has a profit of $25.3 million for the first nine months of the fiscal year. Kevin Spiegel, hospital president, said more good news is projected for the fourth quarter. Mr. Tabor said, "Our market ... (click for more)
Erlanger Health System will be getting a new electronic medical records system costing just short of $100 million, Erlanger CEO and President Kevin Spiegel said Monday. He said the old Legacy IT system was the hospital's #1 dissatisfaction source. The hospital board is to be asked to approve the system, which will be paid for over several years, at the May board meeting. ... (click for more)
In a recent article, Commissioner Tim Boyd is quoted as being shocked at the "high" salaries of central office personnel. While I agree that their salaries are significantly more than what a classroom teacher could ever hope to make, I believe that his shock and disgust are misplaced. Those salaries, when compared to private-sector jobs, are hardly out of line. Superintendent ... (click for more)
In what was described as “a scene from some sick horror movie,” Giles County sheriff’s deputies and animal welfare officers raided the farm of known “Big Licker” Jeffery Alan Mitchell near Pulaski, Tn., last week and confiscated 55 Tennessee Walking Horses, all horribly malnourished and some that were so emaciated they could no longer walk. By Sunday, the horses were receiving medical ... (click for more)