Cherry Street To Be Closed Saturday

Friday, October 25, 2013

A crane will be used to lift HVAC equipment to the top of the building at 807 Cherry Street, necessitating the closure of Cherry Street.

The closure is scheduled for three hours and will begin on Saturday at 8:30 a.m., and will reopen by 11:30 a.m. the same day. Detours will be posted.


Market Street Mile And Ruby Dress Dash Benefits AMA And Go Red For Women

Presented by Chattanooga Track Club and sponsored by Ruby Falls, the Market Street Mile and Ruby Dress Dash, benefiting the Chattanooga American Heart Association and Go Red for Women, will be held at the Big River Grille on Broad Street on Saturday, July 9, starting at 6:30 a.m. "The Market Street Mile and Ruby Dress Dash in Downtown Chattanooga is an event on a flat, fast, ... (click for more)

Commissioner Ethan White Endorsed By Firefighters Associations

Commissioner Ethan White, candidate for State Representative of Tennessee’s 29th District, has been endorsed by the Tennessee Professional Firefighters Association as well as the Chattanooga Firefighters Association Local 820.   “As a former member of the Tri-Community Fire Department, I understand the issues firefighters face.  I’m honored to have their endorsements ... (click for more)

Man, 50, Dies In Red Bank Home Destroyed By Fire; Case Ruled Arson/Suicide

A 50-year-old man died in a house fire in Red Bank early Friday morning after the homeowner said he was awakened by popping sounds. Red Bank Police Chief Tim Christol said the case is being considered an arson/suicide. He said, " At approximately 12:30 a.m., the Red Bank Fire and Police Departments responded to a residential fire at 604 Bitsy Lane where they discovered a body ... (click for more)

Attorney Gets Misdemeanor Plea In 2nd Case Involving Sexually Harassing Waitress

A Chattanooga attorney who was charged for the second time with sexually harassing a waitress has pleaded guilty in General Sessions Court to a reduced charge. In the latest case, Charles D. Lawson had been charged with aggravated sexual battery after an incident at a local restaurant involving a waitress. Prosecutor Jason Demastus said Lawson pleaded guilty to the B misdemeanor ... (click for more)

Save Coolidge Park - And Response

Last Monday morning while at work a good friend messaged me concerning a matter that I had not heard anything about dealing with Coolidge Park and its future. Apparently that night the City Council was to read an ordinance that would allow the mayor to start negotiations with the relocation of the Medal of Honor Museum. This ordinance would enable the city to lease approximately ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Chicago’s Gun Buyer

In the days following the horrifying massacre of 50 people at an Orlando nightclub, several of the crazies in the media have dashed about trying to prove how easy it is to obtain an assault weapon. Some guy in Philadelphia claims he bought one in seven minutes when, in fact, we would all have been better served if he had written how long it took him to get a psychiatric exam and ... (click for more)